Calculation of structures, machine parts and mechanisms

Russian CAE system for automated calculation and design of mechanical equipment and structures in the field of mechanical engineering, developed taking into account the latest advances in computational mathematics, the field of numerical methods and programming, as well as theoretical and experimental engineering solutions.

APM WinMachine Engineering is built according to a modular design  , which ensures ease of use for specific industry-specific mechanical engineering tasks.

All modules are divided into four thematic groups:

  • Graphic tools (2D and 3D preprocessor for preparing geometry for calculations);
  • Machine parts and connections (calculations of typical machine parts, mechanisms, as well as their connections, both detachable and non-detachable);
  • Finite element analysis (analysis of strength, stability, intrinsic and forced dynamics of structures under static and dynamic force and temperature influences);
  • Databases (arrays of reference information in text and graphic forms on material parameters, standard sections of rolled metal, etc.).

In addition, in addition to the basic capabilities of the product, additional functionality (options) is available :

  • Thermo: calculation of unsteady thermal conductivity;
  • Non-linear: non-linear calculations;
  • Composite : calculation of structures made of composite materials;
  • Fatigue : endurance calculation;
  • Harmonic : harmonic analysis;
  • TopOpt : topology optimization;
  • APM FGA liquid and gas flow APM FGA;
  • APM EMA electromagnetic fields APM EMA


calculation of structures made of composite materials


endurance calculation


harmonic analysis


topology optimization


liquid and gas flow APM FGA


electromagnetic fields APM EMA

    Calculations for structural strength: 
    • analysis of stress-strain state (statics);
    • sustainability;
    • nonlinear analysis;
    • forced vibrations;
    • crack resistance;
    • fatigue.

    Calculations of connections in structures:
  • threaded;
  • welded;
  • rivet;
  • connections of bodies of revolution.

    Design and verification calculations of machine parts: 
    • mechanical transmissions;
    • shafts and axles;
    • rolling bearings;
    • plain bearings;
    • elastic elements of machines;
    • cam mechanisms;
    • transmission of translational motion.

    Kinematic and dynamic analysis of lever mechanisms: 
    • modeling of mechanism operation;
    • determination of the dependence of linear and angular kinematic parameters on time;
    • determination of the dependence of forces and moments on time.

    Generation of finite element meshes: 
    • automatic generation of FE meshes on surface and solid 3D models;
    • constant or variable (adaptive) partition step;
    • additional functions for pre-partitioning edges and surfaces;
    • the ability to “manually” edit the created FE mesh;
    • work with rod, plate and solid FE.

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