Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

Improve product design by simulating complex thermal and structural problems before prototyping. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is the practical application of a mathematical method to model complex structural and thermal problems. FEA enables simulation and it is especially useful for structural and thermal analysis. Computed FEA results allow you to optimize your designs by making changes and then easily re-running the various analyses. Incorporating simulation software early in the design process will help reduce the need for costly prototypes and late-stage design changes. It will also improve product performance, longevity, reliability and safety.

Creo Simulation Live!
Allows engineers to perform simulation in real-time.

Creo Simulate
Gain the power to evaluate structural and thermal product performance on your digital model before resorting to physical prototyping.

Creepage & Clearance Analysis
Automate electrical clearance and creepage analyses of 3D designs.

Mechanism Design (Motion Analysis)
With Creo Mechanism Design, the creation and refinement of mechanisms needed for a specific application or product assembly can be optimized.

Human Factors (Manikin) Analysis
Add a digital manikin into your 3D CAD model and start analyzing human-product interaction scenarios.

Behavioral Modeling
Automatically determine the best design for you with Behavioral Modeling’s three key capabilities: design studies, smart models and an open environment that uses calculated results from external programs.

Generative Design Topology Optimization (GTO)
Combine topology optimization with simulation algorithms to automatically generate designs based on critical goals, materials, physics and manufacturing processes

Creo Simulation Live!

Iterate faster and design with more confidence. Creo Simulation Live! provides guidance on thousands of decisions you make throughout the development process. Enjoy real time fluid flow analysis, instantaneous simulation for parts and assemblies, dynamically updated analysis results, and more. Capabilities include thermal, structure, modal, and fluid.

Creo Simulate

Creo Simulate gives you the power to evaluate structural and thermal product performance on your digital model, before any physical prototyping. When you have early insight into product behavior, you can greatly improve product quality while saving time, effort and money. It is available as a standalone application or as an extension of Creo Parametric.

Creepage & Clearance Analysis

Creepage & Clearance Analysis (CCX) helps you automate electrical clearance and creepage analyses of 3D designs. Automate the analysis directly on the digital model, get visual feedback, clearly identify product safety issues, optimize your electromechanical detailed design process and easily investigate violations.

Mechanism Dynamics Option

Creo Mechanism Dynamics Option (MDO) gives you extended capabilities to design and test mechanisms under real-world stresses. You can simulate the forces and accelerations in the moving components of assemblies and also incorporate influences such as springs, motors, friction and gravity.

Human Factors Analysis

Visualize, simulate, optimize and communicate human-product interactions early in the design process. A designer can add a 3D digital human model that provides an accurate representation of human physical characteristics (like shape, size, comfort and strength) to their 3D CAD product model.

Behavioral Modeling

BMX delivers three key capabilities: design studies, smart models and an open environment that uses calculated results from external programs. It determines the best design for you, supports design optimization and raises the level of design automation from simple geometry creation to a fully engineered solution.

Generative Design Topology Optimization

GTO combines topology optimization and simulation algorithms to automatically generate designs based on critical goals, materials, physics and manufacturing processes. Rapidly explore design solutions, visualize real-time design generation when input geometry and defining criteria are modified, modify generative design studies, and more.