A brief descripton of the different ADINA System modules is presented below:
- ADINA Structures
The premium finite element program for linear and highly nonlinear analyses of solids and structures.
- ADINA CFD
CFD program for the analysis of compressible and incompressible flow with state-of-the-art capabilities for moving boundaries and automatic remeshing.
- ADINA EM
The ADINA EM module provides capability for solution of the general Maxwell's equations, governing electromagnetic phenomena. The resulting electromagnetic effects can be also coupled with fluid flows.
- ADINA Thermal
Module for the heat transfer analysis of solids and field problems.
- ADINA FSI
The ADINA FSI (fluid structure interaction) program is the leading code used by industries for fully coupled analysis of fluid flow with structural interaction problems. This module is available to users who license both the ADINA Structures and ADINA CFD modules.
- ADINA TMC
This module provides capabilities for thermo-mechanical coupled (TMC) analysis, including analysis of contact with heat transfer. By licensing both the ADINA Structures and ADINA Thermal modules, the user automatically has access to this module.
- ADINA Multiphysics
The ADINA Multiphysics package includes all ADINA solvers for solids and structures, heat transfer, CFD and electromagnetics as well as multiphysics capabilities such as fluid-structure interaction, thermo-mechanical coupling, porous media, piezoelectric, Joule heating and many more!
- ADINA User Interface
The ADINA User Interface program (AUI) provides complete pre- and post-processing capabilities for all the ADINA solution programs.
- ADINA Modeler
The ADINA Modeler (ADINA-M) is an add-on module to the AUI that provides solid modeling capabilities and direct integration with all other Parasolid-based CAD systems.
- CAD/CAE Interfaces
Through the ADINA Modeler, users can directly import Parasolid-based (e.g., NX, SolidWorks, and SolidEdge) CAD geometry. We also provide interface programs to major systems such as I-DEAS and Femap. Where a direct interface is currently not available (e.g., CATIA), the geometry can be imported via our IGES interface.