Matlab FEM Toolbox for Solid Mechanics is primarily intended for intermediatelevel users
allowing them to explore the power of FEM. It works under Windows, it is capable of solving linear
problems in solid mechanics, and it offers extensive visualization features. Input data are
described in a file with intuitive structure, which is illustrated using several examples
included in the \fem\input directory.
FEM Toolbox is a free and opensource software, which is distributed under the
BSD 2Clause License.
The Toolbox was written by Anton Zaicenco.



Basic Features:
 Static, dynamic, modal analysis, and heat transfer for linear systems;
 Simple User Interface with input model visualization;
 Input file based on the data structures (nodes, elements, constraints, etc.);
 Result visualization: mode shapes, deformations, response animations
 Max tested model size: 307,686
DOFs for static and modal analysis.


Download v.2.1.2:


Solver:
FEM Toolbox can use its own function to solve the system of linear
equations, where the coefficient matrix is symmetric positive definite
and is stored in sparse format.
The solver is based on a templated C++ library for sparse matrices
developed by the author, and can be compiled both under Linux and Windows.
Read more in Algorithms.




