Companies using PATRAN

We have found 1,248 companies that use PATRAN. Our data for PATRAN usage goes back as far as 2 years.

37% of PATRAN customers are in United States, 6% are in United Kingdom and 6% are in India. Of all the companies that are using PATRAN, 26% are small (<50 employees), 32% are medium-sized and 37% are large (>1000 employees). Looking at PATRAN customers by industry, we find that Aviation & Aerospace (14%), Higher Education (8%) and Automotive (6%) are the largest segments.

Did you know that PATRAN customers are also likely to use NASTRAN and MSC Software?

Who uses PATRAN?

Here are the top companies that use PATRAN :
Logo Company Website Signal Strength Scan Date
Logo of Boeing, PATRAN client Boeing 2017-08-11
Logo of MSC Software, PATRAN client MSC Software 2017-08-11
Logo of Bombardier, PATRAN client Bombardier 2017-08-11
Logo of UTC Aerospace Systems, PATRAN client UTC Aerospace Systems 2017-08-11
Logo of Aernnova Aerospace S.A., PATRAN client Aernnova Aerospace S.A. 2017-08-11

PATRAN Market Share and Competitors in Computer-aided Design & Engineering

We use the best scanning techniques combined with advanced data science to monitor the market share of over 5,000 technology products, including Computer-aided Design & Engineering. In the Computer-aided Design & Engineering category, PATRAN has a market share of about 0.4%. Other major and competing products in this category include:

What is PATRAN?

MSC Software Corporation is a software that specializes in simulation software.The company developed its first structural analysis software called SADSAM (Structural Analysis by Digital Simulation of Analog Methods) at that time, and was deeply involved in the early efforts of the aerospace industry to improve early finite element analysis technology.Patran is the world's most widely used pre/post-processing software for Finite Element Analysis (FEA), providing solid modeling, meshing, analysis setup and post-processing for multiple solvers including MSC Nastran, Marc, Abaqus, LS-DYNA, ANSYS, and Pam-Crash.