MSC MARC v2014 WIN64-MAGNiTUDE | 1.45GB
Marc is a powerful, general-purpose, nonlinear finite element analysis solution to accurately simulate the response of your products under static, dynamic and multi-physics loading scenarios. Use Marc to tackle manufacturing and product development problems in a single modeling environment, with one solver.
Nonlinear and Multiphysics Solution
Marc, optimized for nonlinear analysis, delivers comprehensive, robust solution schemes to solve problems spanning the entire product lifespan, including manufacturing process simulation, design performance analysis, service load performance and failure analysis. These include:
Nonlinear analysis that incorporates all forms of nonlinearities (Material, geometric, boundary condition including contact)
Coupled thermomechanical analysis
Electrostatics and Magnetostatics coupled with structural response
Manufacturing processes like sheet metal forming, hydroforming, extrusion, blow molding, welding, quenching, curing, cutting etc.
Investigate interaction between multiple components with Marc's superior and intuitive contact modeling capability.
Set up a contact model easily in 1-D, 2-D or 3-D, analyze and visualize the ever-changing component interaction.
Gain modeling efficiency by avoiding the need for additional contact elements, contact pairs or slave-master definitions.
Set up and investigate self-contact without additional modeling effort.
Analyze effects of friction and related material changes with ease.
Choose from an extensive library of metallic and non-metallic material models, and a collection of over 200 elements for structural, thermal, multiphysics and fluid analyses to accurately model the materials used in your designs.
Isotropic, orthotropic and anisotropic elasticity
Isotropic and anisotropic plasticity
Hyperelasticity (elastomeric materials)
Time-dependent and time-independent behavior
Powder metals, soils, concrete, shape memory alloys
Solder, viscoplasticity, creep
User defined material models
Failure and Damage
Select from a comprehensive set of failure models to study degradation and failure of metals, concrete, composites, and elastomers.
Damage accumulation in elastomers
Composite failure analysis
Laminate bond failure
Low tension cracking and crushing
Crack propagation under monotonous, low cycle and high cycle loads
User defined failure models
Achieve higher accuracy with less modeling effort with the help of automatic remeshing schemes that ensure high mesh quality in large deformation problems.
Automatic remeshing for 2D and 3D models
User specified criteria for mesh controls
Beneficial to manufacturing process simulations and self-contact analyses
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