MARC

Marc is a powerful, general-purpose, nonlinear finite element analysis solution to accurately simulate the response of your products under static, dynamic and multi-physics loading scenarios. Marc’s versatility in modeling nonlinear material behaviors and transient environmental conditions makes it ideal to solution for your complex design problems. With its innovative technologies and modeling methodologies, Marc enables you to simulate complex real world behavior of mechanical systems making it best suited to address your manufacturing and design problems in a single environment. With the solution schemes that are smarter and designed to provide the performance that you need by taking full advantage of your hardware, combined with an easy to use modeling solution, you can truly discover and explore nature’s inherent nonlinearities. Whether your designs involve large deformation and strains, nonlinear materials, complex contact or interaction between multiple physics, Marc is capable of helping you solve the problems giving you insight into product behavior.


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  1. Gambirasio, Luca; Chiantoni, Guido; Rizzi, Egidio: On the consequences of the adoption of the Zaremba-Jaumann objective stress rate in FEM codes (2016)
  2. Tanaka, S.; Suzuki, H.; Ueda, S.; Sannomaru, S.: An extended wavelet Galerkin method with a high-order B-spline for 2D crack problems (2015)
  3. Radermacher, Annika; Reese, Stefanie: Model reduction in elastoplasticity: proper orthogonal decomposition combined with adaptive sub-structuring (2014)
  4. Wollscheid, D.; Lion, A.: The benefit of fractional derivatives in modelling the dynamics of filler-reinforced rubber under large strains: a comparison with the Maxwell-element approach (2014)
  5. Sadamoto, Shota; Tanaka, Satoyuki; Okazawa, Shigenobu: Elastic large deflection analysis of plates subjected to uniaxial thrust using meshfree Mindlin-Reissner formulation (2013)
  6. Shutov, A.V.; Landgraf, R.; Ihlemann, J.: An explicit solution for implicit time stepping in multiplicative finite strain viscoelasticity (2013)
  7. Hadoush, A.; Van Den Boogaard, A.H.: Efficient implicit simulation of incremental sheet forming (2012)
  8. Korobeĭnikov, S.N.; Reverdatto, V.V.; Polyanskiĭ, O.P.; Sverdlova, V.G.; Babichev, A.V.: Surface topography formation in a region of plate collision: mathematical modeling (2012)
  9. Kapadia, S.; Anderson, W.K.; Burdyshaw, C.: Channel shape optimization of solid oxide fuel cells using advanced numerical techniques (2011)
  10. Freund, Michael; Ihlemann, Jörn: Generalization of one-dimensional material models for the finite element method (2010)
  11. Gu, ChongShi; Li, Bo; Xu, GuangLei; Yu, Hong: Back analysis of mechanical parameters of roller compacted concrete dam (2010)
  12. Cardoso, Rui P.R.; Yoon, Jeong Whan: Stress integration method for a nonlinear kinematic/isotropic hardening model and its characterization based on polycrystal plasticity (2009)
  13. Kim, Ji Hoon; Liu, Wing Kam; Lee, Christopher: Multi-scale solid oxide fuel cell materials modeling (2009)
  14. Korobeynikov, S.N.; Reverdatto, V.V.; Polyanskii, O.P.; Sverdlova, V.G.; Babichev, A.V.: Computer simulation of underthrusting and subduction due to collision of slabs (2009)
  15. Hou, Lei; Han, Yuehong; Qiu, Lin: FEA solution for flows in crash impact (2008)
  16. Mallon, N.J.; Fey, R.H.B.; Nijmeijer, H.: Dynamic stability of a thin cylindrical shell with top mass subjected to harmonic base-acceleration (2008)
  17. Ambroziak, A.: Identification and validation of damage parameters for elasto-viscoplastic Chaboche model (2007)
  18. Ambroziak, A.: Modeling of continuum damage for application elasto-viscoplastic Bodner-Partom constitutive equations (2007)
  19. Ignatieva, M.A.; Kadyrov, R.F.; Mazo, A.B.: Calculation of the temperature field of a plate when electron-beam welding (2006)
  20. Bontcheva, N.; Petzov, G.: Phase transformation during metal forming processes (2005)

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