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License Packages

    Femtet® Basic is the base license package that is required. The others are optional. Please try and purchase the one(s) suitable for your requirement. See also FAQs regarding the license usage.

    License Packages Descriptions Installation Packages
    Femtet® Basic Includes all the basic functions for simulations.
    1) Solid modeler
    2) Mesher
    3) Solvers(*1)
    4) Post processor
    5) Macro
    6) Tutorial and analysis examples
    7) Import/export of Parasolid and DXF data
    Femtet®
    Femtet® Accelerator (optional) Accelerates the calculation by using
    1) Multicore CPUs
    Femtet® Advanced Mechanical (optional) Can handle the following
    1) Transient analysis
    2) Nonlinear materials ( multilinear materials, elastoplastic materials, creep materials, viscoelastic materials )
    Femtet® Advanced Magnetic (optional) Can handle the following
    1) Transient analysis (NewFeature)
    Femtet® Academic(*2) Includes the following
    1) Femtet® Basic
    2) Femtet® Accelerator
    3) Femtet® Advanced Mechanical
    4) Femtet® Advanced Magnetic
    CAD Data Translator (optional) Can import/export CAD data.
    See the compatible data formats.
    CAD Data Translator
    (*1) Solvers are available for electromagnetic field analysis, magnetic field analysis, electric field analysis, mechanical stress analysis, thermal analysis, piezoelectric analysis, acoustic analysis and multiphysics analysis.
    (*2) Femtet® Academic is available only to those who belong to educational organizations such as schools and universities. Please use it for non-commercial purposes.

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    Solid Modeler / Mesher / Post Processor

    The solid modeler, the automated mesher and the post processer are the basic functionality for simulations.

    Solid Modeler/Post Processor

    Solid Modeler

    Solid Modeler Image


    Post Processor

    Post Processor Image


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    "Hertz", Solver for Electromagnetic Waves Analysis

    The solver for electromagnetic waves analysis is called "Hertz". It solves various electromagnetic field problems for filters, antennas, waveguides, resonators, etc. Various characteristics such as propagation constants, S-parameters, etc can be acquired as well. The figure below shows the TE01-mode electric field distribution in a cylindrical dielectric resonator.



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    "Gauss", Solver for Magnetic Field Analysis

    The solver for magnetic field analysis is called "Gauss". It calculates the magnetic field distribution of magnets, coils and transformers. The current induced in the conductor can be solved by harmonic analysis. The coupling coefficients and inductances can be acquired as well. The figure below shows the eddy current induced on a conductive shell when the alternating magnetic field is applied.



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    "Coulomb", Solver for Electric Field Analysis Solver

    The solver for electric field analysis is called "Coulomb". It calculates the electric field distribution when a voltage is applied on conductors or dielectric materials. Static and harmonic analyses can be performed. The capacitances and the electrostatic forces across the electrodes can be acquired as well. The figure below shows the current density vectors in a U-shaped conductor when AC voltage is applied.



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    "Galileo", Solver for Mechanical Stress Analysis

    The solver for mechanical stress analysis is called "Galileo". It calculates the stress distribution and the deformation under pressure, mechanical load, acceleration and thermal load. Harmonic and resonant analyses can be performed as well as static analysis. The figure below shows the resonance of a tuning fork.



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    "Watt", Solver for Thermal Analysis

    The solver for thermal analysis is called "Watt". It calculates the temperature distribution in and on solid bodies. Steady-state and transient analyses can be performed. Nonlinear materials can be handled. Thermal stress can be calculated from the results. The figure below shows the transient analysis of heat conduction when a heating element is placed on a substrate. You can see how the temperature distribution stabilizes steadily.



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    "Rayleigh", Solver for Piezoelectric Analysis

    The solver for piezoelectronic analysis is called "Rayleigh". It solves various piezoelectric problems for crystals, ceramics, SAW devices etc. The acoustic impedance can be acquired as well as the vibration distribution. The figure below shows one of the vibration modes of a Langevin vibrator.



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    "Mach", Solver for Acoustic Analysis

    The solver for acoustic analysis is called "Mach". It calculates the sound pressure and the directivity of sounding devices such as loudspeakers. Combined with "Rayleigh", it can solve the acoustic waves generated by a piezoelectric device. The figure below shows the interference of acoustic waves coming from two sources.



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    Multiphicis Analysis

    Multiphysics

    Multiphysics

    The table below summarizes the multiphisics functions. The second solver uses the results of the first one.

    Cascaded analyses
    (Solver 1 to Solver 2)
    Parameters to be passed Usage of passed parameters
    Electric field analysis
    →Thermal analysis
    Current density To calculate Joule's loss
    Magnetic field analysis
    →Thermal analysis
    Current density To calculate Joule's loss
    Electromagnetic waves analysis
    →Thermal analysis
    Current density To calculate Joule's loss
    Thermal analysis
    →Mechanical stress analysis
    Temperature To calculate the thermal strain
    Electric field analysis
    →Mechanical stress analysis
    Electrostatic force
    or electrostriction
    For loading
    Magnetic field analysis
    →Mechanical stress analysis
    Electromagnetic force For loading
    Piezoelectric analysis
    →Acoustic analysis
    Displacement For a sound source

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    Macros

    The simulation process can be automated with macros.

    Macro(VBA) Program Sample
    Macro Program Sample

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    Advanced Mechanical (optional)

    Transient Analysis: A cell-phone board falls onto the ground

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    Nonlinear Analysis: Evaluation of the fatigue life

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    Advanced Magnetic (optional)

    Transient Analysis: Motor analysis

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