Validate the Safety and Life of Your Design

We utilize varying analysis methods to ensure our designs are safe to use and manufacture, while following codes and standards.

Finite Element Analysis

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a simulated numerical process for determining the behaviour of material or components under specific conditions. It is the simulation of physical phenomena from a calculative method known as Finite Element Method (FEM).

We apply FEA to designs to provide an understanding of any stresses or strains within any given system. It allows us to optimize realistically while reducing the number of prototypes per design.

We commonly use FEA for:

  • Pipe Stresses
  • Pressure Vessel Design and Analysis
  • Structural Design and Analysis
  • Mechanical Analysis
  • Thermal Analysis

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a commonly applied method of simulation and analysis of the dynamics of fluid in accordance to its physical properties. This method of analysis virtually generates the behaviour of fluids under specific conditions in a given system, and determines the physical properties of the fluid, as well as its surroundings.

We utilize CFD analysis to accurately design efficient fluid-based systems, as well as improve them from any underlying issues.¬† It allows us to visually understand the fluid’s mechanics and how it interacts with its environment.

We commonly use CFD for:

  • HVAC Design and Analysis
  • Piping Design and Analysis