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Numerical analysis

Numerical analyses

We have many years of experience in conducting simulations and numerical analyses for customers in various industries. The tools we use allow us to model a variety of phenomena and processes and to perform a comprehensive analysis and interpretation of the results, enabling optimal design decisions, investment decisions and decisions concerning the operation and safety of machinery.

For the analyses, we mainly use the finite element method (FEM) and a rigid body dynamics and kinematics simulation tool. We carry out FEM analyses for single components and complex structures, while RBD analyses are performed for single mechanisms, machines and entire industrial lines. We offer computer simulation services based on ANSYS, Abaqus, Nastran, Process Simulate and NX Mechatronics Concept Designer software.

Strength analyses

We offer elastic and elastic-plastic strength analyses, steady-state and transient heat flow analyses as well as thermal-strength, modal and harmonic analyses. Based on the data provided, we will perform the required strength and thermal calculations or combined analyses to help you make the best possible decisions. Our technical evaluations can form the basis for approving prototype components for production, determining the causes of failures, approving machines for operation and optimising designs and manufacturing costs. The results and conclusions obtained are often impossible to generate using traditional methods.

Computer simulations

We carry out computer simulations of kinematics and motion dynamics. We use Ansys, Process Simulate and NX Mechatronics Concept Designer software applied in aerospace, metallurgy, automotive and engineering industries worldwide. This software allows, among other things, the simulation of very fast processes, concerning the operation of machinery and equipment, the simulation of the interaction of individual equipment components and the analysis of product flow on the production line. In addition, the aforementioned tools make it possible to build a so-called “digital twin” (virtual prototype) of the machine being designed, thus speeding up the design process and reducing the cost of potential design errors. All companies interested in carrying out a computer simulation are welcome to contact us.