Projects / FeResPost


FeResPost is a library that allows the rapid development of small programs for the post-processing of Nastran or Samcef finite element results. The library allows easy manipulation of finite element models, groups, and results. Efficient post-processing is possible because the time-consuming operations are written in C/C++. The library is distributed as a COM component, a .NET assembly, as well as a Ruby compiled extension.

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  •  02 Feb 2014 15:07

Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs that sometimes led to severe segmentation faults.

  •  04 Jan 2014 11:56

Release Notes: Reading of Nastran 64bits OP2 files is now possible. A "check" button was added to the Excel post-processing project with the FeResPost Excel COM component.

Release Notes: Modification of the reading of non-linear results from Nastran OP2 and XDB files. Reading of CQUADR and CTRIAR results from XDB files. Various features have been added and bugs have been fixed.

Release Notes: Correction of a bug in the reading of Nastran BDF files (some real values were not read). Addition of methods for the conversion of Result layer ID, and the conversion of vectors in COM component. Modification of "postXdbRandom.xls" and "postDesFacRandom.xls" examples.

  •  18 Aug 2013 11:54

Release Notes: This release fixes bugs in the reading of XDB Nastran Result files. Among other things, it is now again possible to access XDB files larger than 2Gb.

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27 May 2009 05:44 roleic

The e-mail address "" given in the project homepage seems not valid or (temporarily?) out of service. My e-mails sent there are rejected. How can the project be contacted other than freshmeat comments?

27 May 2009 05:16 roleic

What is the license for ferespost really? Can the licensce text be accessed somewhere? The freshmeet project entry of ferespost only says "freeware" and the project homepage says nothing at all about the license. Is it free as in speech?

Can the sourcecode be accessed and how?


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