Scan&Solve™
Finite Elements without Meshing

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In Situ

Scan&Solve™ can be integrated with any CAD or geometric modeling system that supports the required queries: more...

Deterministic and Scalable

Will it mesh or not? Will the mesh be good enough? The suspense is over. The Scan&Solve™ process is fully deterministic, more...

Robust and Tolerant

If the geometric model is good enough for your solid modeling system, then it is good enough for Scan&Solve™. more...

Fast and Parallelizable

Despite the perceived computational overhead at run-time, performance of Scan&Solve™ is approaching that of mesh-based FEA systems, more...

Accuracy and Multi-Resolution

With Scan&Solve™ geometric control of accuracy is separated from the analysis accuracy. An important consequence of this separation is that one can perform rough/precise analysis on coarse/accurate geometric models, allowing for both conceptual studies and detailed analysis within the same computational framework. In particular, analysis of geometrically imprecise models may lead to more realistic results in engineering analysis, quantification of these results in terms of geometric errors and uncertainty, and application of engineering analysis to tolerance, sketched, and conceptual models.

Full Automation and Cloud-Ready

Full automation of engineering analysis challenges the established economic assumptions more...

Seamless Integration of Design and Analysis

Integration of engineering design and analysis has remained an elusive goal, not in small part due to meshing and data model translations more...

Analysis of Scans, Images and Other Acquired Models

A wealth of digital data has been acquired over the last several decades, but by all indications, digital acquisition is still in its infancy. more...