FEA Consulting

Our Finite Element Analysis (FEA) service offering is designed to help industries  in solving  various challenging problems. Following the right strategy with proper understanding of relevant physics is crucial for achieving the desired result. Benchmarking with available analytical or experimental data, validation of results are indispensable part of the FEA simulation process. We are committed to provide accurate and reliable results. 

FEA Capabilities 

Static structural analyses is the most basic but critical analysis which helps in the prediction of deflection, temperature, strain and stress distributions within a component / assembly.  With contact, material non-linearity, anisotropic behavior even the  static analysis need to be performed with care to get accurate results. 

Dynamic analysis helps in determining  the time dependent characteristics of the structures. To  understand the dynamic behavior, generally the natural frequency need to be found by performing the modal analysis. Depending on the requirement of a specific problem,  harmonic, shock, seismic, random vibration or transient simulations are performed to determine deflections, stresses and strains. Vibration analysis is an important application of dynamic analysis, which also can be extended as coupled  Vibro-acoustic  analysis. The Vibro-acoustic analysis helps in analyzing the generation and propagation  of acoustic noise due to vibration. 

Thermo-structural analysis  need to be performed for the structures subjected to thermal load with restrained conditions. Accurate prediction of temperature distributions is critical to perform a thermal stress analysis. Thermo-structural analysis is an integral part of design of all process equipment’s. 

To predict failure under repetitive loading, fatigue analysis can be performed using  FEA. It helps in estimating the low-cycle and high-cycle fatigue. Component failures  due to monotonic load can be analyzed by Fracture mechanics techniques using FEA, and the failure due to accumulative damage caused by a series of events can be defectively analyzed by fatigue analysis methods.