Finite Element Analysis and Numerical Modelling using CivilFEM. January 14, 2020

Date and time:  Tuesday, January 14, 2020.

Language: English

Duration: 60 minutes

Register now. First Session 10:00 AM (London time) 

Register now. First Session 3:00 PM (London time)



This webinar is aimed for specialists with Engineering background and interested in a professional training in the Finite Element Method, with a focus on Civil/ Structural and Geotechnical/ Geomechanical Engineering. The goal of this webinar is to give participants a brief understanding of the various capabilities of CivilFEM powered by Marc®, for the use in Finite Element Analysis and Numerical Modelling. CivilFEM can be applied directly in civil/ structural & geotechnical/ geomechanical engineering consulting companies, scientific research institutes/ universities and any other design & build civil & structural engineering contractors.

The unique features of CivilFEM Powered by Marc® are presented in comparison with other commercial FEA software available on the market:

  • Nonlinear analysis for concrete & steel;
  • Geotechnical/ geomechanical nonlinear materials + construction stage process/ activation and deactivation of elements + large displacements + other nonlinearities;
  • Code checking and design;
  • Multiphysics analysis (thermal-structural and seepage structural analysis).

This webinar includes a general overview showing examples and/ or videos about the most important capabilities of CivilFEM, inclusive of the latest material models of Soil Hardening and Hoek & Brown.

Webinar concludes with a presentation of the training and technical support, as well as consultancy, offered as a CivilFEM Support Distributor (CSD), beside the commercial side of licensing.

Join this webinar to learn about:

  1. CivilFEM powered by Marc®
  2. CivilFEM Solution
  3. CivilFEM Versions: Introduction, Advanced, Expert, NPP
  4. Object oriented & Structural Elements
  5. Soil-Structure Interaction and Geotechnical/ geomechanical material models
  6. Construction Stages
  7. Seismic Analysis
  8. Seepage
  9. Heat Transfer
  10. Pre-stressed Reinforced Concrete
  11. Forensic Analysis


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