FEM open source

Hi everybody,
there are a lot of open source software around. Does anyone knows about a
good FEM opensource?
Thanks,
Walter
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"Walter" wrote in news:C7LUd.979858$ snipped-for-privacy@news4.tin.it:
Try z88, if you only need static deflections and stresses.
There's also Impact if you want to do non linear analysis, although I think it is still in beta. Both available from Sourceforge.
Cheers
Greg Locock
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Greg Locock
I've used the CalculiX solver for elastic problems, which conveniently takes Abaqus input files. It also has a pre and post processor, but I can't comment on these as I generated the mesh with Geompack (free but not open source), and wrote it to an Abaqus INP file and analysed the results using VBA scripts in Excel.
Joe
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