AC-Tek Newton v2.60.00

AC-Tek Newton v2.60.00

Newton 2.60 is one of the products of the AC-Tek company, whose task is to simulate and simulate a 3D granular, discrete element method that simulates the flow of material in different flow conditions and interconnections in a 3D fashion. The program has been developed by Conveyor’s advanced technology and AC-TEK has been working on optimizing the speed of the solution of structural equations to lead the DEM-based applications. There is also a wide range of materials, with their properties, from dry and free materials to sticky materials to the user, and the ability to simulate up to twenty consecutive files. In this software, particles are created in a clustered spherical grouping to show a more realistic flow pattern by simulating hundreds of nodes.

Newton is a simulator of a Discrete Element Method that simulates a 3-D flow of granular materials under a range of different flow and cohesion conditions. AC-Tek has dedicated enormous efforts in optimizing both the speed and constitutive equations in Newton, making it one of the leading DEM software packages. Properties A variety The constitutive equations provide a wide range of material cohesive properties and behaviors, from a dry, free-flowing material towet, sticky material.Particles are created by grouping spheres together to form clusters. Clusters provide a more realistic flow pattern and can be created using hundreds of spheres

Here are some key Features of “AC-Tek Newton v2.60.00” :

  • Optimization of downtrend design
  • Import STEP, IGES, STL, DXF files
  • Check linear and rotary motion
  • Very fast and accurate solver
  • Personalize properties properties
  • Precomposed feeders
  • Create animations Professional (AVI)
  • Create Kinetic Movement Particles

System Requirement

  • Windows XP SP3
  • Windows Vista SP2
  • Windows 7 SP1
  • Windows 10
  • Microsoft Visual C ++ Redistributable 2008

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