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Welcome to the web site of AMPS Technologies Company, the developer of the AMPS (Advanced Multi-Physics Simulation) programs.

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(May 20, 2016) AMPS Technologies and IronCAD, LLC has jointly donated AMPS and IronCAD product to National Taiwan University and National Taiwan University of Science and Technology. These two leading universities plan to use the 3D CAD and Multiphysics CAE software for teaching and researches (press release)

(Jan 8, 2016) AMPS 7.0 is now available for download. This release contains many important new features and an updated interface. The updates include 2nd generation SefeaTM (Strain-Enriched FEA) formulation for solid, shell, coupled fluid-structure and electromagnetic applications. Other important features include moving-least-squares (MLSFEA) energy-based tying for large scale tying to overcome CAD part imperfection,  enhanced interactive sidebar for streamline and cut-plane result contouring, new fluid inflow/outflow for severely shorten flow domain, and many more.

(Nov 9, 2015) We are extremely pleased to jointly announce Multi-Physics for IronCAD 2016 release with IronCAD, LLC. MPIC 2016 release now includes fluid on top of  solid, electrical and thermal physics in an integrated product based on the SefeaTM LSFEA technology, and is one step further for CAD users and designers to perform instant what-if design analysis that used to take days or multiple tools to achieve. Evaluation version is immediately available at MPIC download

 

(February 15, 2014) An updated SefeaTM Technology whitepaper is now available for download.  The whitepaper covers the basic theory, applications, benchmarks, and the important milestone achievement of SefeaTM  technology in the finite element applications, especially the significance for CAE applications.

 

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