Streamline creation of analysis ready models
MSC Software’s Patran provides a rich set of tools that streamline the creation of analysis ready models for linear, nonlinear, explicit dynamics, thermal, and other finite element solutions. From geometry cleanup tools that make it easy for engineers to deal with gaps and slivers in CAD to solid modelling tools that enable the creation of models from scratch, Patran makes it easy for anyone to create FE models.
Meshes are easily created on surfaces and solids alike using fully automated meshing routines, manual methods that provide more control, or combinations of both.
- Direct Access of CAD Geometry
- Advanced Geometry Creation, Editing and Feature Recognition
- Support for Multiple FEA Solvers
- Post-processing and Reporting Tools for Easy Results Evaluation
- Patran Command Language
Patran’s comprehensive and industry tested capabilities ensure that your virtual prototyping efforts provide results fast so that you can evaluate product performance against requirements and optimize your designs.
Access through MSC One
Get Patran on its own or through MSC One: flexible, expanded product software solution that lets you take advantage of the broad range of MSC Solution’s range of products including Sinda, Nastran, Adams, Marc, scFLOW, scSTREAM, and more.
Call Lynsey Watts on 01993 883555 or send us your requirements, and using our 20+ years’ experience in providing MSC solutions to the UK market, we will work with you to make sure you get the right packaging to minimise your costs.
MSC One Datasheet
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Apex to Patran solution
Use MSC Apex with Patran and Achieve up to 10x Faster CAD to Mesh Process
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