• Applications

    Adaptation of GiD for a software developed in your company or research center

    Adaptation of GiD for a commercial software

    Augmentation of a GiD adaptation for covering a specific needs of a client

    Inclusion of parametric geometry design wizard helps the definitions of recurrent models

    GiD graphical lay-out customization depending on a brand image


    Ability to define any data type necessary for an analysis

    Graphical style of the interface can be customized for each client.

    New program functions like the parametric geometry utilization or the automatic definition of several data types.

    Modification of the program lay-out depending on specific needs.

    Output data written in any file format.

    Reading results from any file format for the post-processing.

    Fast and easy understandable, intuitive user interface

    Geometry import through IGES, DXF, VDA, PARASOLID

    Easy model manipulation with thousands of surface types

    Triangular, quadratic, tetrahedronal and hexahedronal mesh generation with ability to generate more then one million elements on a standard PC

    Boundary conditions, materials and other data integrated the way, that they can be defined directly in the geometry

    Post-processing optimized for large dimensional models (hundreds of thousands or millions of elements) with number of display techniques


GiD: competitive advantages

GiD allows you to work with geometric modules of an arbitrary complexity imported from any CAD system using different formats of the geometrical data interchange. At the same time, the system enables you to construct models directly in it using plenty of tools for designing new models, as well as modifying the existing ones. GiD applies all the conditions and material properties to the geometry and generates the mesh of the surface, as well as inside of the model.

GiD visualizes results of the analysis using techniques like: contour fill, contour lines, particle tracking, deformations, primary tensions and many others. Using all these different techniques allows you to understand quickly any three-dimensional analysis results.

  • For further information about GiD, go to the GiD website.