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FEMIS 1.00.16: The Finite-Element Matrix Interpretive System proides iteractive, tutorial computon for users interested in finite element technology. Shareware ($50)m CTDC.

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FEMIS 1.00.16: The Finite-Element Matrix
Interpretive System provides interactive,
tutorial computation for users interested in
finite element technology. Matrix algebra is
used extensively in symbolic form.
Shareware ($50) from Computational Technology
Development Corporation.


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FEMIS 1.00.16: The Finite-Element Matrix Interpretive System proides iteractive, tutorial computon for users interested in finite element technology. Shareware ($50)m CTDC.
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Contents of the README.BAT file


FEMIS 1.00.16: The Finite-Element Matrix
Interpretive System provides interactive,
tutorial computation for users interested in
finite element technology. Matrix algebra is
used extensively in symbolic form.
Shareware ($50) from Computational Technology
Development Corporation.echo off
type readme | more
echo on


Contents of the README file


FEMIS 1.00.16: The Finite-Element Matrix
Interpretive System provides interactive,
tutorial computation for users interested in
finite element technology. Matrix algebra is
used extensively in symbolic form.
Shareware ($50) from Computational Technology
Development Corporation.echo off
type readme | more
echo on
Finite Element Matrix Interpretive System (FEMIS)


FEMIS is a computer program designed for interactive operation on
a Personal Computer (IBM compatible) using the DOS operating system.
It should be useful for engineering and scientific applications
involving matrix and finite-element analyses.


PACKING LIST:

FEMIS.EXE This is the FEMIS executable file. It occupies 255000
bytes and requires 400000 bytes to execute.

FEMDOC.EXE This small driver program provides menu-directed access
to the FEMIS documentation contained in the FEMIS.HLP
file.

FEMIS.HLP This binary file contains FEMIS documentation and must
be read from either FEMIS or FEMDOC.

*.DAT Files with the extension ".DAT" are data files. These
files are ASCII files. They serve a tutorial role and
may provide an overview of FEMIS capability.


GETTING STARTED:

FEMIS is a DOS command-line program. The program can be started by
simply typing FEMIS at the DOS prompt. FEMIS expects to find a data
file, FEMIS.DAT, in the current directory. If FEMIS finds the FEMIS.HLP
file in the current directory, FEMIS provides menu-directed HELP. FEMIS
creates an output file, FEMIS.PRT, and a matrix library file, FEMIS.MLB,
in the current directory. If FEMIS.DAT is not present, FEMIS asks for
the name of the data file (may include path) or, if you wish to enter
data from the keyboard, simply type "interactive".

If files are not in the current directory or other filenames are used,
this information must be included in the command-line. Details on this
procedure can be obtained from the FEMIS.HLP file, COMMAND LINE topic.

To briefly study FEMIS documentation, copy FEMDOC.EXE and FEMIS.HLP to
the current directory and type FEMDOC at the DOS prompt.


CAUTION:

If you run the PLATE.DAT test case, be sure that the PLATE._MB file
is in the current directory.


HELP:

If you require additional information on the FEMIS program, you may
contact us by mail and we will try to comply with your request. Our
mailing address is


Computational Technology Development Corporation
Post Office Box 65356
Tucson, Arizona 85728-5356


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