Finite Element Analysis

Help designs speak to you visually about the stresses and pressures they’ll face so you can predict and improve their behaviour

Stress analysis

Cost-effective, iterative design methodology

Test multiple scenarios to optimise the system design

Calculate stress, strain and displacement of parts and assemblies

Simulate non-linearities, such as hyperelastic material models (elastomeric materials)

Design by analysis

Thermal analysis

Simulate heat conduction, convection and radiation

Optimise electronics cooling

Analyse complex thermal couplings

Predict thermal stress and deformation

Calculate the effect of heat sources, such as electric motors

A Davit A-Frame analysed for fatigue in accordance with DNV standards using ANSYS

Fatigue and durability

Visualize the effect of cyclic loading

Predict when and where failure will occur

Design in accordance with industry standard methodologies

Extend the service life of existing equipment

Ensure your products are fit-for-purpose

Finite element analysis of an elastomeric seal using ANSYS

Kinematics (motion) studies

Simulate interactions between moving parts

Account for friction and inefficiencies

Determine stress and deformation

Visualize moving parts and systems

Modal, harmonic and spectral response analysed using ANSYS

Dynamic analysis

Modal, harmonic, spectrum response and random vibration with pre-stress

Acoustics simulations can be carried out to understand the vibroacoustic behaviour of systems

Acoustic induced vibrations

Fluid structures interactions

A pressure vessel analysed according to ASME VIII BPVC using ANSYS

Pressure vessel design

Design by analysis

Analyse complex geometries

Ensure regulatory compliance

Account for wind, seismic and various other external loads

Obtain third party verification