ADINA: Premier simulation software for advanced analysis
ADINA is widely used in industry and academia to solve the most difficult problems in solids & structures, heat transfer, fluids, electromagnetics, FSI and multiphysics. Read more.
ADINA: Helping design better bridges and buildings
ADINA was selected for its powerful and reliable analysis capabilities for the design of the Cooper River Bridge in Charleston, South Carolina. Here, ADINA Structures was used to evaluate the response of the bridge under seismic loading. Read more.
ADINA: Designing for the most demanding environments
The robust contact capabilities and the reliable element formulations make ADINA the preferred solution program for the most difficult problems in industry. Read more.
ADINA: meeting the challenges of automotive design
ADINA is routinely used for safety studies in the automotive industry, providing insight into the mechanics of air bags, roof crush, and tires, as well as headlamps, shock absorbers, hydraulic engine mounts, and exhaust manifolds. Read more.
ADINA: Engineering to keep our skies safer
ADINA is widely used in the aerospace and defense industries to solve their highly nonlinear structural mechanics problems. Here, ADINA was used to study the failure limits of a suspension lug as part of defense structure. Read more.
ADINA: Predicting collapse in deepwater pipelines
The collapse analysis of pipes is important to a number of industries, most notably the oil and gas industries. Here, ADINA was used to perform a benchmark study against laboratory results, and predictions made by ADINA Structures closely match test data. Read more.
ADINA: designing for safety in nuclear reactors
ADINA FSI was used to study the fluid-structural response of a pipe break in pressurized water reactor in Sweden, leading to safer, more robust design alternatives. Read more.
ADINA: giving insights in biomechanics research
ADINA contributes to the understanding of cerebrospinal fluid dynamics and its complex interaction with brain tissues, giving insight into the causes of central nervous system abnormalities. Read more.