CivilFEM is the advanced finite element analysis and design software used in civil engineering projects. This software allows you to make powerful structural simulations for projects such as large buildings, bridge constructions, nuclear power plants, coastal structures.

CivilFEM Apps

  • Seismic Design, Control and Application.
  • Energy Power Plants: Nuclear, Wind Turbine and Thermal Power Plants
  • Harbor, open sea structures.
  • Structural Analysis in Nonlinear Processes.
  • Tunnels
  • Foundations: Istinad Walls, Surface Foundations.
  • Stone and Soil Mechanical Analysis.
  • Hydraulic Dams: Concrete, Sparse Materials
  • Structures and Bridges: Reinforced Concrete, Steel, Pre-Stress-Final Stress, etc.
  • Cable Structures, Non-residential constructions.
  • Skyscrapers, Sports Areas
  • Procedures in quality control and building works, Forensic Structural Analysis, Project Redesign, Control and Validation.


Linear structure simulations with some nonlinear structures:

  • Static and Transient Load Analysis.
  • Nonlinear discontinuous analysis.
  • Seismic Analysis Tools.
  • Modal & Spectral Seismic Analysis.
  • Harmonic Analysis.
  • Control and design according to steel & reinforced concrete.
  • Material Codes and Sectioned Libraries.
  • Large deflections and strains.
  • Multi-friction & sticky contact surfaces, springs / dampers, cables, etc.
  • Can be added.
  • Combination of algebraic loads.
  • IGES, Step, Parasolid, DXF import / export.
  • Phyton with Script and Macro software
  • Automatic Reporting


  • Nonlinear bent
  • Non-linear evolutionary analysis
  • Nonlinear Strain-Strain diagram (plasticity + user crack data)
  • Nonlinear reinforced concrete analysis.
  • Concrete time-dependent analysis.
  • Concrete creep and shrinkage.
  • Drucker-Prager.
  • Mohr-Coulomb-2D, 3D.
  • Cam-Clay.
  • User data entry in any plasticity theory.
  • Pre-loading reinforced concrete, shell and solids in beams (CivilFEM 2017)
  • Highly developed advanced themes (brittle adhesive, cohesion, etc.)


  • Crack Spread.
  • Shell Model
  • Layered Material

Heat transfer:

  • Continuous Analysis.
  • Discontinuous Analysis.

Leak Analysis:

  • Continuous Analysis.
  • Discontinuous analysis