What Is Finite Element Analysis and Why Is It Useful?

Engineering often goes unappreciated until there’s a mistake. Then everyone knows about it. Engineering mistakes can lead to high-profile disasters and even litigation. That’s why engineers need to optimize and stress test their designs. Doing so can also...

What Is the Purpose of a Design Verification Test?

Do your clients keep coming back to you with complaints about your project? If you need to find a way to better meet the needs of your customers, a design verification test may be exactly what you need. No matter what area of manufacturing you work in, from medical...

Pipe Stress Analysis: What It Is, and Why You Need It

Lockheed Martin has a total net worth of $99.52 billion dollars. It’s no coincidence that successful companies are also meticulous about safety. Osha studies have shown there’s a direct correlation between safety and profitability. Getting a pipe stress...

Your Pressure Vessel Fabricator Requirements

Here’s What Your Pressure Vessel Fabricator Needs to Have A pressure vessel fabricator is a necessary – but dangerous – piece of equipment. Find out what exactly your fabricator needs to have to be certified for work. A steamboat explosion in...

Anchor Analysis and Structural Design

Our engineering clients often have structural supports that need to be analyzed for loads, dynamics and environmental forces. Some structures may be static holding heavy loads but have to withstand wind forces. Other engineering problems require seismic design based...