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A general purpose CAE Post processor


Large-scale support with over 100 million nodes ・ High-speed visualization and animation ・ Many post processing functions
Jupiter-Post is a finite element method (FEM) analysis post that features large-scale support, high-speed visualization and animation. With numerous post processing functions Jupiter-Post is able to operate any large-scale models with over 100 million nodes and large man-hour reductions through automation.

With one software on Windows platform, you can read solver analysis results, examine detailed results, perform many post processing functions, and easily process FEM results.

Jupiter-Post has been developed since 2002. We will provide thorough support and unique customization to the developer.

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Jupiter-Post | Introduction page of dynamic analysis function
Advanced graphics processing enables high-speed animation and operation of large models.

High-speed animation with multiple views in same database.

Reduce time considerably for comparing the results of the before/after countermeasures with different solvers.

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Analysis results

Acoustic analysis results
All ship model analysis results
Rich interface
Solver interface
Abaqus, ADVC, Ansys, MSC Nastran, NX Nastran, LS-Dyna, Actran, Recurdyn, PERMAS, MARC, μ-E&S, SunShine
Other interfaces * 1
Univ, STL, User Data CSV

*1:It is an interface for limited functions and model data.
Graphic performance
High-speed result display and animation are possible even on large-scale models.
Various result display
It includes synchronization and comparison of multiple results and graphs, display controls such as contours and vectors, cross-section display with a 3D mouse, and report output.
Abundant post processing functions (partial excerpt)
Computation functions such as result summation and envelope
Frequency response analysis and time history response analysis from eigenvalue analysis results
Strain gauge function to calculate the amount of strain in the direction of the strain gauge
Automatic search for peak points from analysis results
Fast Fourier transform of cylindrical deformation such as bore
MAC function to compare the output mode of the measuring instrument and the FRF and FEM analysis results
Distance calculation function between surfaces of mating surfaces
Fatigue strength evaluation function by stress recovery linked with mechanical analysis

事例 Case Study

  • Automotive industry: Display results of a large-scale solver with 100 million nodes.
  • Automotive industry: Unification of in-house software environment by integrating into a dedicated structural analysis system.
  • Automotive industry: Strain evaluation of drive system parts by strain gauge function.
  • Shipbuilding industry: Evaluation time is greatly reduced by result processing and automatic report creation specialized for ship hull structural strength calculation.