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SMR Engineering and Development is specialized in research and development of computer simulation methods in mechanical and civil engineering, scientific computing, engineering computer simulations. SMR also offers software development services in engineering.


SMR develops, distributes, and maintains the finite element analysis package B2000++, the multi-physics viewer and post-processing framework baspl++, the MemCom data manager, and the FSCON/FSI tools for aero-elastic and aero-thermal coupling.

SMR provides consulting, programming, and support services for SMR's own software products as well as for mechanical engineering and information technology, collaborating with industrial and academic partners.

Engineering Services

SMR offers engineering services in the fields of solid mechanics, heat flow analysis, and fluid-structure interaction.


SMR has a customer basis in the European aeronautical research environment, which make use of software developed by SMR both as research tools for testing specific algorithms and methods and for production runs. The extensible concept of SMR's software together with optional access to the source code make it a competitive niche product in a market dominated by a few big simulation packages.

Software Releases April 2018

New versions of B2000++ Pro, baspl++, FSI/FSCON, and the data management tools are available.

A new open source version of B2000++ are available. It covers linear static and dynamic analysis and linear buckling.

Tying (Non-Matching Grids)

B2000++ can handle non-matching grids by tying grids together with a surface based method.

The CFD Synthesis Plots

The CFD synthesis plot tool is a baspl++ extension for creating CFD wing section plots and for computing aerodynamic coefficients with baspl++ .

CSM History Plots

The solid mechanics history plot tool is a baspl++ extension for creating history plots with baspl++ , such as load history or time history.

Lattice and geodesic aircraft fuselage barrels.
Dynamic stability of stiffened composite panels.