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Tag: FE- Simulation

FEM- Calculation as a service- Count on us !

We offer you professional FEM calculation as a service. Within the framework of a finite element calculation, we investigate the loads (e.g. deformations, stresses and strains) acting on your components. We can consider static as well as dynamic loads. Furthermore, the mapping of complex contact problems or the interaction [...] Read More

FE- Simulation Drop test- How severe is the impact damage ?

In the FEM simulation of drop tests, the explicit finite element method is used to calculate the component loads. This method, also known as explicit finite element analysis, is used to solve various physical problems, such as the deformation or strength calculation in this case. This process, which can be partially automated, allows us to calculate all structures and [...] Read More

Engineering service provider for simulation with experience

As an experienced engineering service provider for simulation, we have been dealing with complex technical calculations for over 10 years. Thus, we ensure the correct functioning of your product under given loads. In addition, we are able to simulate your manufacturing process in order to also ensure that a manufacturing of your products [...] Read More

Your Simulation service provider with know-how

As an experienced simulation service provider, we have been dealing with complex technical calculations and simulations for over 10 years. Thus, we prove the correct functioning of your product under given loads. In addition, we can also safeguard your manufacturing process on request. As a service provider for technical calculations, we ensure that your [...] Read More

What is FEM ? Learn more about it here

The Finite Element Method Definition, or the FEM method for short, is a calculation method that is used to solve certain physical problems approximately. It enables the prediction of complex stress conditions in technical components, which inevitably arise due to the action of forces, pressure or temperature. In this method, the entire component geometry [...] Read More
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