Engineering analysis can be quite intensive, not just for the computing power to do the meshing, math and outputs for finite element analysis, but also for our mechanical engineers that have to engage deep work. They must account for many variables to ensure we capture what is critical to our clients in their engineering applications.

Our work starts with the problem statement. We need to ensure we have the parameters for how the products, machinery and assemblies will be used.

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We collaborate with our clients to understand the maximum conditions to consider – allowable deflections, maximum loads and range of motion, etc. We may be looking at subassemblies or parts within the context of a larger functional machine and design our simulations to account for mating parts, static conditions or dynamic motion.

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We are looking for stress and where the geometry, materials and load distributions may create failure points. That kind of analysis can be run with multiple conditions to ensure we have scenarios which satisfy our clients and their engineering requirements.

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With the insights on how parts and assemblies will perform for their respective environments, we provide our recommendations and may be retained to do the design engineering required for optimizing towards the respective performance requirements.

Marc signs off with his Professional Engineer (P.E.) stamp with engineering reports and fabrication drawings when required, and our team logs the project in our archives for our own knowledge base as well as to support our clients.

Would you like to know how your designs will perform? Contact us for an RFP.

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