Finite element analysis
Finite element analysis is used to numerically validate designs made on 3D modelers such as SolidWorks and Inventor. It is intended to represent the mechanics of solids, going as far as plasticization and rupture of parts.
- Validation of unique parts or assemblies of several hundred parts
- Thermal and thermo-mechanical studies
- Non-standard connections
- Falling parts and impacts
- FOPS and ROPS structures
- Tank validation
Computational fluid dynamics
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) can be used to model the physical behavior of liquids and gases.
- Aerodynamic study
- Industrial process simulation
- Optimization of mixing system
- Heating or cooling of equipment by forced convection
- Transport of particles in dedusting systems or processes
- Fluidized bed
- Wind study
Discrete elements method
The simulation of discrete elements (DEM) allows to model the solid particles. It makes it possible to reproduce complex conveying systems. Interaction with mobile devices is supported by this type of model.
- Study of the transport of granular materials in conveying systems
- Chute blockage analysis
- Silo and container filling study
- Risk analysis of granular projection
- Filling sequence
- Dust generation study
LS-Dyna is advanced simulation software. Its simulation capabilities are very broad, ranging from fracture mechanics to multiphysics studies. With our expertise, we are able to perform all the simulation that other software cannot.
- High or low speed impact simulation
- Drop test
- Advanced materials
- Impact of liquids and other non-solid materials
- Transient thermomechanical study with thermal deformations
- Study vibration, fatigue and cracking
- Multiphysics study