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Your product success in 2021 through finite element simulation (FEM simulation) !

Determine the loads on your components or assemblies with our help and the finite element simulation (also called FEM simulation, FEM calculation or FE analysis). The finite element method is a numerical method with which we can determine the loads on your components or assemblies by means of targeted structural analysis and structural optimization Your Reduce manufacturing costs and ensure the function and quality of your products.

FEM simulation services:

  • Buckling (linear/non-linear)
  • Crash simulation (vehicle, component crash and drop tests)
  • Dynamic strength analysis (shock tests, impact analysis or thermal shock)
  • Earthquake simulation
  • Strength calculation
  • FSI simulation (fluid-structure interaction)
  • Frequency Response Analysis
  • Creep
  • Lifetime testing
  • Modal analysis (determination of the component natural frequencies)
  • Plasticity
  • Calculation of polymers, plastics, seals and composites
  • Spectral Analysis (PSD)
  • Static structural analysis (constant load by force, deformation or temperature)
  • Topology optimization
  • Topography optimization
  • Thermal finite element simulations

Why you can count on us as a service provider for finite element analyses

Special skills:

  • Plastics
  • Plasticity / Creep
  • structural optimization
  • dynamic FEM analysis of large models with a large number of contacts

FEM analysis of an assembly process

Practical example: Assembly simulation (finite element simulation) of a plastic component. The function is maintained even though the material fails at individual points.

Results and benefits of FE analysis:

  • Determination of component failure due to the application of force
  • Calculation of deformation, stress and strain
  • Representation of the contact situation between components
  • Determination of critical natural frequencies
  • Component stress due to temperature effects
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