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  • Optimize your product and process by quickly adjusting its design and simulating its performance
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Our FEA services include but are not limited to the following:
  • Linear and non-linear static: Response of structure to critical loads and modeling of contact (allowing analysis of assemblies), non-linear material behavior and large deformations

  • Buckling: Critical compression static load or combination of loads that results in instability

  • Normal modes, frequency response and response spectrum: Response to vibrations and frequency driven excitations.

  • Random response: Response of structure to excitations defined with probabilistic magnitude (spectral density function)

  • Transient, dynamic, vibration and seismic response: Response of structure through time with variations of boundary conditions

  • Impact (implicit and explicit solvers): Response of structure following collision (crash tests and drop tests)

  • Steady state and transient heat transfer: Temperature distribution within a solid body

  • Thermal stress: Stress induced by temperature distribution

  • Fatigue analysis (multi axial and vibration fatigue): Predict the life of a structure subjected to cyclic loading or vibrations

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