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Finite element analysis (FEA) is a mathematical representation of a physical system comprising a part/assembly, material properties and boundary conditions. In several situations, product behavior in the real-world cannot be approximated by simple hand calculations.
A general technique like FEA is a convenient method to represent complex behaviors by accurately capturing physical phenomena using partial differential equations. FEA has matured and has been democratized so that it can be used both by design engineers and specialists.
Want to know what your products area of strength and weakness are? Using FEA, allows us to do just that. Take the guess work out of the equation and receive a FEA analysis and solution for your project.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation software allows us to predict, with confidence, the impact of fluid flows on your product — throughout design and manufacturing as well as during end use.
Are you trying to get the downforce just right to plant the horsepower to the ground, measure the flow of the air coming into and through the turbine, or even the flow of gas throughout a refinery. We can provide you the details you need to accomplish your project.
Design for Manufacturing (DFM) is the process of designing parts, components or products for ease of manufacturing with an end goal of making a better product at a lower cost. This is done by simplifying, optimizing and refining the product design. DFM needs to occur early in the design process, well before tooling has begun.
As we learn more about our clients needs, we want to make sure we address each and every section of their project. Working the process in how the project will go forward. Then gathering information about the design and how it will be manufactured.
The more we learn about clients and about their project, it gives us a more clear way of knowing how we can deliver the best product to our client.
Design for Assembly (DFA) is a process by which products are designed with ease of assembly in mind. If a product contains fewer parts it will take less time to assemble, thereby reducing assembly costs. In addition, if the parts are provided with features which make it easier to grasp, move, orient and insert them, this will also reduce assembly time and assembly costs. The reduction of the number of parts in an assembly has the added benefit of generally reducing the total cost of parts in the assembly. This is usually where the major cost benefits of the application of design for assembly occur.
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