Concept Analyst is quick. This is because of the user-friendly and automated modelling features and the Boundary Element Method it uses to solve the numerical model. More technical details can be found on the Technical information page, but a full understanding of the method is not required to use the software. Essentially, the Boundary Element Method is an apt tool for 2D linear elastostatic stress analysis that allows for rapid analysis.

Quick build & analysis

Many of the labourious and time-consuming requirements of numerical analysis of this nature are automated in Concept Analyst with the philosophy to produce the fastest possible results. This cuts down the manual input required and the need for the complete understanding of the analysis method.

The result is a series of user-friendly mouse-strokes from start to finish. First define the model then let Concept Analyst prepare it for analysis itself, solving and processing the results for you. Concept Analyst will also generate a thorough and customisable report file, complete with summary and conclusions should you wish! Once you are familiar with Concept Analyst building and analysing models can be done in seconds. more...

See the quick start guide for instructions on how to use Concept Analyst.

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