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Centre pédagogique

  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Introduction to FEA
  • Intro to Kinematics & Dynamics
  • Heat Transfer
  • Vibration AnalysisStructural Analysis
  • Strength of Materials
  • Senior Capstone Design
  • Advanced Dynamics
  • Computer Simulation in Biomechanics
  • and more
  • Analysis of Machinery
  • FEA for Solid Mechanics
  • Robotics
  • Design Optimization
  • Vehicle Design
  • Aircraft Design
  • Ship Design
  • Computational Acoustics
  • Pavement Engineering

"I am very happy with the benefits my students and I drive from using Adams in our coursework and research. Hexagon has been very willing to work with me to help me achieve my goals for incorporating simulation into our engineering curriculum." Prof. Dan Negrut, Maschinenbau Professor, University of Wisconsin

Software offerings

Hexagon’s academic products offer educators a complete multiphysics solution (Structures, Fluids, Acoustics, Materials, Additive, Generative Design, and more). Check out some of our software tools offered for educational usage:

Our academic software offerings are intentionally simple yet scalable, targeted yet flexible – with similar products bundled together to help maximize your simulation capability while minimizing your cost and administrative work. Each of our university software bundles is network-licensed via a consistent set of 'User Packs' designed to meet each university customer's specific objective:

  • 50 for larger group use (such as a class); and
  • 150 for use by multiple classes in a department or across multiple departments campus-wide.

University bundles:

  • University Structures Bundle: Provides linear and non-linear finite element analysis (FEA) capabilities for structural and thermal simulations, impacts and fluid-structure interactions, and more; based on the latest versions of MSC Apex, MSC Nastran, Patran, Dytran, and Marc.
  • University Motion Bundle: Provides capabilities for a wide variety of multibody motion and mechanical system simulation, including hydraulics and controls, using a geometric modeling approach or a schematic, block-diagram modeling approach; based on the latest versions of Adams and Easy5.