ADINA System ADINA System 9.6.0

ADINA System ADINA System 9.6.0 | 1.0 Gb

ADINA R&D Inc., is pleased to announce the availability of ADINA System 9.5.4 is a fully integrated modular system - with a full pre and post processor, and structural, heat transfer, fluid dynamics and electromagnetics modules, forming the multi physics suite. The system is designed for full multi domain coupling based on one user interface.

ADINA 9.5.4 Release Notes - Date: January 2020

This file (relnotes_954.pdf) lists the new and updated features that are available in ADINA System 9.5.4, as compared with ADINA System 9.4.4. There are new commands and new and changed parameters associated with the new and updated features. The release notes refer to the commands and parameters in the command-line formats.

The ADINA system has been developed in recent years into a complete system for the analysis of solid, fluid and coupled problems. Fluid flows can be modeled as Navier-Stokes incompressible, slightly compressible and fully compressible flows. They can also be modeled as porous medium flows. Structures can be modeled as 2D/3D solids, beams or shells. The response of the structure can be linear or nonlinear, and can also include contact effects. The fluid and structure can be coupled through their interface (FSI), porous media (PFSI) or thermal materials (TFSI). Both iterative and direct solution procedures can be used for solving the fully coupled system. These capabilities, together with the extensive boundary conditions and material models, and the user-friendly graphical system for pre- and post-processing (AUI), make the ADINA system a powerful tool for engineers and researchers.

ADINA is also used as the Siemens NX Nastran non-linear solvers (sol 601 and 701), and has translators for Siemens FEMAP pre and post processor if the user wishes to take advantage of FEMAP. The Siemens NX Nastran can be imported and exported from ADINA.

Proceanic's Structural Analysis Group carried out a collision analysis for a Floating, Storage, Production, and Offloading (FPSO) vessel. The analysis considered a variety of collision cases including a supply vessel colliding with the side of the FPSO (as shown in this video) and a shuttle tanker colliding with the rear of the FPSO.

ADINA R&D, Inc. was founded in 1986 by Dr. K.J. Bathe. The exclusive mission of the company is the development of the ADINA System for linear and nonlinear finite element analysis of solids and structures, heat transfer, CFD and electromagnetics. ADINA also offers a comprehensive array of multiphysics capabilities including fluid-structure interaction and thermo-mechanical coupling. Some of the nonlinear structural analysis capabilities of ADINA are offered as Solution 601/701 of NX Nastran by Siemens PLM Software.

Product: ADINA System
Version: 9.6.0
Supported Architectures: x64
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Language: english
System Requirements: PC / Linux *
Supported Operating Systems: *
Size: 1.0 Gb

Minimum Requirement Linux

Operating System Linux kernel 2.6.18, glibc 2.5 Linux kernel 2.6.32, glibc 2.12 (AVXversion)
Hardware About 500 MB free disk space CD-ROM drive if installing from CD
Software Intel Fortran compiler (optional) version 11 (or 14 for AVXversion) to customize the user-coded subroutines
Memory 256MB (more recommended)

Minimum Requirement Windows

Operating system: 64-bit Windows 7 or higher
Memory: 256 MB RAM or more
Disk space: 500 MB for typical installation
Optional: OpenGL 3.3 compatible graphics card with at least 1GB memory for fast graphics mode display
Optional: Intel Visual Fortran 14-only needed for customization of user-supplied subroutines.