We perform Finite Element Analysis using ANSYS and other simulation software for clients in industries including energy, mining, manufacturing, petrochemical, military and aerospace.
Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is used to perform design & (thermal/transient, stress, vibration & fatigue) analysis to ensure component structural integrity, performance and reliability. The benefits of performing finite element analysis are to solve design challenges without arduous manual iterations or prototyping – and to optimize designs for weight and fabrication/cost savings.
We perform finite element analysis to relevant Codes including API, AISC, ANSI, AWS and ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel (B&PV). This includes:
ASME B&PV Section III Class 1, 2 and 3 (Nuclear Power Plant Components)
ASME B&PV Section VIII Div. 1 (Design & Fabrication of Pressure Vessels)
ASME B&PV Section VIII Div. 2, Part 5 (Design by Analysis)
ASME B&PV Section VIII Div. 3 (Alternative Rules for Construction of High-Pressure Vessels)
ASME B&PV Section IX (Welding and Brazing Qualifications)
ASME B&PV Section XI (Rules for Inspection of Nuclear Power Plants)
ASME B31.1 (Engineering & Operation of Power Piping)
ASME B31.3 (Process Piping)
ASME B31.4 (Pipeline Transportation Systems for Liquids & Slurries)
ASME BTH-1 & B30.20 (Below the Hook Lifting Devices)
A few our software tools include Solidworks, Inventor and AutoCAD and ANSYS. Finite element analysis requires a working knowledge of stress analysis and materials principles to get the answer right – the first time. Our team of engineers are multi-disciplined in areas of materials, design, metallurgy and manufacturing – each with more than 30 years of experience.
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>> Our Engineering Team
>> Description of Finite Element Analysis Method
>> History of Finite Element Analysis
>> Introduction to Fatigue
>> History of the ASME Code
>> Background on the ASME Code
>> Links to Engineering Codes