Dynamic FEA Analysis
Dynamic FEA refers to a collection of powerful simulation techniques that can be used to model even the most complicated engineering systems. In addition, dynamic analysis is used to assess the effects of transient loads or to plan for prospective noise and vibration issues.
As engineers seasoned in the field, a dynamic evaluation from our engineers rarely ends at the analytical output. SimuTech Group routinely collaborates with clients to provide design solutions that are both practical and profitable:
The cost of an in-field contact analysis testing is high. The use of dynamics simulations during the design stage can help to minimize or reduce the need for rig testing, as well as the operational cost of doing so.
Additionally, under dynamic loads, failure can be severe and costly. It is possible to avoid costly mistakes in the real-world application of a product by evaluating the structure during the design stage.
Advanced Linear Dynamics
For linear dynamics, the initial effort is often to determine the natural frequencies through a modal analysis.
Results are then utilized in a harmonic, shock, seismic, random vibration, or transient simulation to determine deflections, stresses, and strains. For nonlinear dynamics, a direct transient simulation can be performed.
Dynamic FEA Consulting Projects
SimuTech engineers provide a comprehensive range of FEA consulting & testing services including structural, nuclear, thermal, marine, aerospace, fatigue, vibration response, pressure analysis on fluid-carrying structures, and more:
Large Electronic Switch Seismic Response
A large pole mounted electronic switch was validated for structural integrity due to dynamic response from an earthquake event.
Alcohol Process Equipment
The dynamic response of a mash feeder tube was investigated with regards to system excitation.
Aerospace Component Shock & Random Vibration Analysis
Simulation of MIL Standard triangular wave shock and random vibration requirements.
Truck Bracket Random Vibration Response
Comparative fatigue investigation into truck cab step brackets subject to MIL-STD-810G random vibration.
Resolving cavity resonance problem by applying finite element analysis (FEA) computational methods to rotordynamics.
Reconstructing model-to-model crash or collision scenarios by employing explicit dynamics simulations available in ANSYS LS-Dyna.
Arch Gravity Dam
Seismic stability and gate operability.
Panama Canal Culvert Valve
Analysis for tornado generated missile impact.
Engine Anti-Ice System
Random vibration evaluation for flight operation.
Modal and acceleration investigation due to improper constraint.
Related Testing & Consulting Services Offered
Our collection of case studies delivers hard evidence of successful CFD consultation: dispersed particle flow, aquatic acoustic telemetry, traditional energy & bio-fuel combustion, aerodynamic drag, hydroelectric spillways, pressure wave calculation, and broadband noise simulation, to name a few.
More complicated heat transfer effects like viscous heating, compressibility, real material models, and phase change including flashing, evaporation, cavitation, and boiling are expensive to replicate in the field. Our consultants can replicate 1:1 simulations with our state-of-the-art software and expertise.
Generators are expensive, so why ignore the risk of a full unit repair and/or extensive failure investigation? If you hear chattering or popping during routine operations, have an expert review as soon as possible. Your Financial Director will thank you at year’s end.