By DTU Mechanics/Informatics


Use the FFEM App to draw a structure and watch how it responds elastically as you distort it with the touch of your fingers.

The Finger Finite Element (FFEM) App is an interactive finite element device that solves the 2D linear elasticity drawback for aircraft stress.

The app has been developed by Master college students Søren Madsen and Nis Peter Lange as half of a special course at DTU MEK/Compute. (Technical University of Denmark)

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