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The FEM Workbench provides modern Finite Element Analysis (FEA) workflow for FreeCAD. Mainly this means all tools to make an Finite Element Analysis are combined in one GUI.

FemWorkbench.jpg

The steps to do a FEA in FreeCAD FEM Workbench GUI are:

  • Preprocessing
    • Modeling the geometry, in which FreeCAD is already a nearly full-grown software.
    • Create an Analysis:
      • Create an FEM Mesh out of the geometrical model.
      • Add Constraints such as loads and support fixes to the analysis model.
      • Add a Material to the analysis model
  • Solving
    • Solve the system of equations from within the FreeCAD GUI.
  • Postprocessing
    • View Results inside FreeCAD GUI.

The above mainly describes how a FEA analysis is done inside FreeCAD FEM Workbench. For further documentation refer to the GUI Tools described later here.

As of FreeCAD version 0.15 the FEM-Module can be used on Windows, Mac OSX and Linux platforms. Since FEM Workbench makes use of external software, the amount of manual intervention until the FEM workbench is ready to use will depend on the OS that you are using. Check out FEM Install.

Tools

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Reason for deletion: This template is not used any more. It is used by some obsolete translations but the content is already available in FEM Workbench.

(2018 November) This template is obsolete. The tools should be placed in the actual page FEM Workbench. This facilitates the translation of pages.

Menu: Model

  • Fem-analysis.svg Analysis container: Creates a new container for a mechanical analysis. If a solid is selected in the tree view before clicking on it, the meshing dialog will be opened next.

Materials

Element Geometry

Electrostatic Constraints

Fluid constraints

Mechanical constraints

Thermal constraints

Menu: Mesh

Menu: Solve

Menu: Results

Menu: Utilities

Context Menu

Preferences Menu


Tutorials

Tutorial 1 FEM CalculiX Cantilever 3D

Tutorial 2 FEM Tutorial

Tutorial 3 FEM Tutorial Python

Tutorial 4 FEM Shear of a Composite Block

Coupled thermal mechanical analysis tutorials PDF's

Video Tutorial 1 Forum post with you tube link

Video Tutorial 2 Forum post with you tube link

Further video Tutorials Forum post with you tube link

Links

FEM Install for a detailed description how to set up a working FEM Module.

FEM Mesh for further Information about the FEM Mesh in FEM Module.

FEM Solver for further Informations about FEM Solvers in FEM Module,

FEM CalculiX for further Information about CalculiX, the most used and best develop solver in FEM Module.

FEM Project for more detailed informations about the Units, Limitations and the Development of FEM Module.

FEM Concrete for informations about analysis's of concrete structures.