Comprehensive analysis for real-world complexity
Don’t let design silos and decoupled simulation lead to serious unforeseen performance issues. Ensure your analysis of 3D models accounts for the real-world conditions and true behavior of physical phenomena.
Whether flow-dominated or structure-dominated, interdependent multiphysics are complex. Drive your design with simulation expertise that delivers in-depth understanding of coupled physical phenomena for successful performance in even the most complex operating environments.
We are engineers for engineers
We help you see the whole picture. From fluid-structure interactions (FSI) to structural-thermal-optical-performance (STOP) analysis, along with fully coupled simulations and custom solvers, our multidisciplinary expertise delivers real-world insight into complex physical phenomena with accurate results.
Some project highlights
Determined rotating and static component radial and axial excursions under loads and temperatures during full duty cycle to define gas turbine engine build geometry
Established maximum temperatures for high-current connectors given temperature-dependent joule heating of the pins and wires
Optimized lighting vent locations to eliminate interior lens and reflector condensation during high risk design conditions
Optimized ice pack configuration to maintain a narrow temperature range during multi-day (cold chain) shipping cycle of temperature-sensitive product
Delivering exceptional technical expertise
We couldn’t possibly list everything we do. Here are just some of our other services:
- Coupled thermal/flow
- Coupled thermal/electrical
- Coupled thermal/structural
- Coupled motion/structural
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