COSMOS/M is a complete, modular, self-contained finite element system developed by Structural Research and Analysis Corporation (SRAC) for personal computers and workstations. The program includes modules to solve linear and nonlinear static and dynamic structural problems, in addition to problems of heat transfer, fluid mechanics, electromagnetics and optimization. Modules for such special analysis options as fatigue are also available. The system is constantly developed and maintained by using state-of-the-art techniques and up-to-date hardware capabilities.This chapter introduces the COSMOS/M product line and outlines the features of its various modules.
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