Using our FEA Software, we make it possible for you to solve complicated structural engineering problems and allows you to execute precisely faster engineering design decisions.
Our FEA analysis services are used throughout a broad range of industry to enable engineers to safely optimize their product designs and reduce the costs of actual testing of physical prototypes.
Regardless of the complexity of engineering design problem that you are trying to investigate, our FEA consultants are able to get you answers quickly with confidence.
Whether you are an engineering company with an occasional need for a reliable method to validate an engineering design through FEA Simulation or a Technical expert looking for a 3rd party FEA validation of your complex multi-component assembly design where non-linear behavior is involved, we have you covered in our comprehensive range of FEA services.
Type of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) Methodology
The type of FEA analysis methodology used is determined by how far you want to optimize the design.
* Since a large number of components designed for industrial applications are made of metal, most FEA calculations involves the use of various types of metal in the material input parameters.
FEA analysis modeling of metal components can be carried out by either Linear or Nonlinear stress simulation.
1. Linear Stress Analysis
If you want to ensure the part geometry remains in the linear elastic range (whereby the component returns to its original shape when the external loading is removed), linear stress analysis approach may be applied, as long as the rotations and displacements are small relative to the geometry.
For such a simulation modeling, achieving a certain Factor of safety (FoS) requirement is a common design objective.
2. Nonlinear Stress Analysis
Nonlinear stress analysis is suitable for Evaluating the effects of post-yield load cycling on the component geometry.
In this case, the effects of strain hardening on Permanent structural deformation and Residual stresses are often the focus of the analysis.
Nonlinear stress analysis is also ideal approach for the analysis of nonmetallic components (such as plastic or rubber parts) due to the complex nature of their Load-deformation relationship.
FEA Simulation uses FEA methods to calculate the deflection displacements and stresses in your product due to external operational loads such as:
Multiphysics analysis can also be performed by simply importing the loading condition from a pre-existing thermal, flow, and motion Simulation studies
We Help Our Clients Gain Valuable Insights to Optimize and Improve Product Performance, Reliability, and Efficiency.
Reliable High-Quality Meshing
An automated and intuitive meshing technology allows us to reliably obtain an optimized meshing on all 3D CAD model.
This helps to ensure the generation of a high-quality meshing that is easy to add additional localized mesh controls for added control as required.
FEA Simulation provides you the option to mesh the 3 Dimensional CAD model geometry in either
Depending on the Topology of the geometry, the mesh can consist of a single type of unit elements or multiple elemental types for a composite meshing.
Adaptive Meshing Element
FEA Simulation can use either an h or p adaptive mesh element type, providing a great flexibility to designers and engineers, as the adaptive method helps to make sure that the simulation solution converges.
Design Engineers can verify the internal meshing elements with a Mesh Sectioning Tools to ensure the quality of the internal meshing and make adjustments fine-tune mesh input parameters before commencing with the analysis.
Local Mesh Control
For greater precision during the simulation process, we also offer localized mesh control to be defined at Vertices, Edges, Faces, Components, and beams for a more accurate representation of the actual geometry shape.
This greater meshing precision helps to offer a more accurate FEA analysis results in a specific region.
As a form of quality check on the of meshing elements, we use Aspect Ratio Check and Jacobian Points to ensure that the resultant meshing is done correctly.
Finite Element Modeling
FEA Simulation uses the displacement formulation of the finite element method to derive part displacements, strains, and stresses when it is under internal and external force loadings.
The geometry under simulation is discretized using tetrahedral (3D), triangular (2D), and beam unit elements, and solved by either a direct sparse or iterative FEA solver.
FEA Simulation also offers the 2D simplification conditions for plane stress, plane strain, extruded, or axisymmetric options. Our FEA Simulation software tools can use either an h or p adaptive element type, which offers a greater benefit to engineers as well as designers because the adaptive method ensures that the solution has converged.
In order to accelerate the model definition for Simulation purposes, FEA Simulation tool intelligently creates a shell mesh (2D) for the following geometry types:
1. Sheet Metal Body
FEA software will assign the shell thickness based on the sheet metal thickness indicated in the 3D CAD data provided.
2. Surface Body
For the shell meshing, our FEA Simulation has a productive Shell Manager tool, which is able to manage multiple shell definitions of your part or multi-component assembly.
This management tool helps to simplify the workflow for organizing shells according to various characteristic parameters, such as Shell type, Thickness, or Material and allows for a more efficient visualization and verification of shell properties.
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