Cornell Fracture Group
The CFG www site contains links to the FRANC2D and FRANC3D/Classic software as well as papers, presentations, and lecture notes related to computational fracture mechanics.
The US Air Force Research Lab at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio was instrumental in FAC's initial efforts to create the next generations FRANC3D software. FAC, along with SWRI, just completed a SBIR project funded by the Air Force.
The US Navy has been a long-time supporter and user of the FRANC3D software. Recently, FAC worked on two different NAVAIR funded SBIR projects related to fretting fatigue.
The FRANC3D software uses the RLM software for licensing. End-users can consult the RLM documentation to install the software.