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Cranes Software Announces the Release of NISA Version 15.0 for LINUX

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Cranes Software Announces the Release of NISA Version 15.0 for LINUX

Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Cranes Software International Ltd. the global scientific and engineering software products and solutions provider today announced the launch of NISA Version 15.0 for LINUX - the latest LINUX version of its industry leading FEA package 'NISA'. The new release which would be available through the Company's international direct offices and distribution networks marks a significant improvement over the existing version.

NISA Version 15 for LINUX comes with a host of new features and marks a significant improvement over the previous version. Some of these are:

-- Multiple support excitation capability is incorporated in NISA/DA module to handle non-uniform support excitation in the form of response spectra. Additional USNRC rules for modal combination are now supported.

-- Seventeen new crack configurations are now included in ENDURE for propagation studies. Manson's Method of Universal Slope for crack initiation is introduced.

-- 3D-Magnetodynamic analysis without massive conductors for harmonic current sources is now supported in NISA/EMAG using the magnetic vector potential approach. Also, 3D-Transient Magnetic analysis with and without massive conductors for arbitrary time varying current sources is available using the magnetic vector potential and electric scalar potential approach

-- IGES Version 5.3 is now supported.

-- Sparse and Iterative Solvers are upgraded in NISA II.

Commenting on this occasion Dr. Ramdass Keshavamurthy, Vice President, NISA Product development said, "We are very happy to announce the release of NISA Version 15.0 for LINUX, which will allow our LINUX community to avail all the benefits which are enjoyed by our Windows users. A key improvement is the availability of the software as RPM package which grately simplifies the installation process. This release has substantial enhancements addressing the seismic analysis requirements of power industry. Noteworthy upgrades have been made to improve the speed of the solvers which would benefit our enterprise customers.

About Cranes Software International Limited

Cranes Software is a Global Scientific & Engineering Software Products and Solutions Company. The Company's business interests span Products, Solutions, Services and R & D in future technologies. Cranes Software addresses the Scientific & Engineering software related needs of large multinational companies, governments, defense establishments, educational and research institutions.

Today, Cranes Software has its presence in 38 countries across the world and has a 350,000 strong global user base. Cranes Software offers a range of proprietary products - NISA, SYSTAT, SigmaPlot, SigmaStat, SigmaScan, TableCurve 2D, TableCurve 3D, PeakFit, XID, XIP, Survey ASYST, iCapella, InventX and world-renowned products from reputed principals such as Engineering Technology Associates, Livermore Software Technology Corporation, The Mathworks, Texas Instruments and IBM.

With a mission statement to provide its customers the best in scientific technology and to enable its customers to define new limits, Cranes Software is setting new standards in the scientific and engineering field.

For further information please visit www.cranessoftware.com or www.nisasoftware.com

Prashanth.Sreedharan@cranessoftware.com

Source: Cranes Software International Ltd. (Business Wire India)

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