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Noran Engineering
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20% Discount Available On FEA Software
08 December, 2010
NEi is offering the basic or expert version of NEi Works for in-CAD finite element analysis with a 20% discount for a limited period
Milliflect antenna tested by Noran
11 April, 2008
Noran Engineering. performed an analysis using NEiNastran on a 16.6 ft. composite antenna reflector for Milliflect Corporation.
NEiNastran from Noran used by Cessna
11 April, 2008
Cessna Aircraft Company of Wichita, Kansas used NEiNastran to perform finite element analysis on the new Citation CJ3 and Citation Mustang business jets.
NEi Nastran Finite Element Analysis (FEA) Software
17 September, 2007
Noran Engineering, Inc. (NEi) a world leader in the development of engineering analysis and simulation software announced that the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis MD has selected its NEi Nastran Finite Element Analysis (FEA) software for use in its accredited degree program for the training of officers in Naval Architecture. The Academy's curriculum covers many different types of ships, boats, and vehicles that operate on, above, or under water and involves the analysis and simulation of hull shapes, stability, structure, arrangement, survivability, maneuverability, and seaworthiness. The objective is to have students learn modern techniques of marine vehicle design and analysis.
 
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