nemesis is an experimental finite element code. nemesis consists of two parts: a C++ core, embedding the Python interpreter, capable of undertaking a wide variety of static/transient/eigenvalue problems accounting for material and/or geometrical nonlinearities, and extras, a set of Python scripts that access the core and exploit usability in simple or more complicated tasks, including pre- and post-processing. Some of the available features in nemesis are: bar/beam/triangle/quad/brick elements, uniaxial elastic/hardening/cyclic/viscoplastic materials, von Mises/Mohr-Coulomb multiaxial elasto-viscoplastic materials, initial/modified/full Newton-Raphson and BFGS algorithms, load/displacement/arc-lenght controls and connection to sql databases.

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  1. Panagiotopoulos, Christos G.; Manolis, G.D.: Velocity-based reciprocal theorems in elastodynamics and BIEM implementation issues (2010)