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Product overview: 

FlexPDE is the original 'scripted finite element model builder' in use in hundreds of corporations and universities around the world. It reads systems of partial differential equations presented by the user, creates a finite element model of the system, solves it and presents graphical output, all in a convenient interactive environment.

The system may have as many equations as required and may be 1D, 2D or 3D in space; steady-state, time-dependent or eigenvalue; linear or nonlinear; from simple Poisson equations to complex nonlinear reactive systems.

FlexPDE knows nothing about specific areas of application; it deals strictly with the mathematics of a PDE system. If you can pose a system of PDE's and initial/boundary values that represent your problem, then it is likely that FlexPDE can solve it.

As a contribution to quality science education, PDE Solutions Inc makes its limited Student Version of FlexPDE freely available. The student version has the full 1D, 2D and 3D capability of the professional version, with limitations only in the size of the finite element mesh and the number of simultaneous equations.

Company overview: 

PDE Solutions Inc. was formed in 1995 by the creators of the PDEaseTM software package. The company provides computational tools for the solution of partial differential equation systems in engineering and science.

Distributors: 

Purchase directly from PDE Solutions via fax or email or online at www.pdesolutions.com/store/merchant.mvc .

For a listing of international resellers, see www.pdesolutions.com/resellers.html .

Phone: 
+1-509-891-0160
Address: 

10620 E 46th Ave, Spokane Valley,

WA 99206-9240, USA

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