FEA midas FEA NX

Advanced Analysis for Localized Zones in Bridge and Building Structures


midas FEA NX is the advanced finite element analysis tool for civil and structural engineering applications. It can model and analyze localized zones using 2D and 3D elements and perform refined method analysis. Midas FEA NX is essential for complex geometry and its advanced solver and analysis visualization is used by many in the industry to prove structural redundancy. Its ability to perform nonlinear analysis, dynamic time history analysis, geotechnical analysis, concrete cracking analysis and more, allows for in-depth and highly accurate structural analysis.













Advanced Capabilities

See how midas FEA NX can help your project!


Concrete Crack Analysis

Static Analysis

Reinforcement Analysis

Bucking Analysis

Eigenvalue Analysis

Response Spectrum Analysis

Time History Analysis (Linear/Nonlinear)

Static Contract Analysis

Interface Nonlinearity Analysis

Heat of Hydration Analysis

Construction Stage Analysis

Heat Transfer Analysis

Nonlinear Analysis

Slope Stability Analysis

Seepage Analysis

Consolidation Analysis

Coupled Analysis (Fully/Semi)






Why midas FEA NX?


  • Model 1D/2D/3D geometries along with the accurate Boolean operator. Benefit from the compatibility with various CAD format (AutoCAD, Parasolid, ACIS, STEP, IGES, Pro-E, CATIA V4/V5, Solidworks, Unigraphics, Inventor Part, Inventor Assembly, DXF, DWG, Parasolid, STL)
  • Generate 1D/2D/3D mesh automatically with precise control of element size and customizable seed location details. Has the freedom to choose various mesh algorithms to achieve the ideal mesh.
  • Model reinforcement with embedded truss and tendon element, and model piles with pile elements. Model and visualize the pile/foundation interaction.
  • Solver supports the 64-bit platform, parallel processing with multiple CPUs along with GPU acceleration, and freedom to choose the multi-frontal solver for large-scale models.
  • Supports material nonlinearity with a variety of material models, including Von Mises, Mohr-Coulomb, Masonry, Concrete Smeared Crack.
  • Supports geometry nonlinearity and interface nonlinearity using various iteration methods.
  • Perform geotechnical analysis such as slope stability analysis, construction stage analysis, consolidation analysis, seepage analysis.




 What do you like best?
midas FEA NX software was specially developed for structural engineering and has unique functions include construction stage analysis, creep, and post-tensioning. I had to consider all these effects together with a project with solid elements, and there were not many choices other than midas FEA NX software. The analysis process and results were both satisfactory and reliable. Finally, the 3D modeler is relatively easy to use and one of my favorite tools.
Seungwoo Lee

Dr. Seungwoo Lee

Senior Supervising Engineer at WSP USA

What do you like best?
Every engineer has a favorite program that they use; mine is midas FEA NX. midas FEA NX software makes complex structural modeling simple and fun. midas FEA NX has a vast array of material properties, loading types, and tools to solve, if not every, most intricate structural problem.
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Daniel E. Mariscal, PE

Structural Discipline Specialist at Jacobs


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