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In today’s ever-changing commercial and technological environments, there are greater demands to deliver more innovative and competitive products, tools and equipment.

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The scale and speed of delivery is also ever increasing, so how do you maximise your budget by driving as much resource and budget into the initial design stages to minimise risk, cost, time and compromise quality further downstream in the project?
As a team we have a range of analysis, simulation and testing tools at our disposal that we can introduce into the design process, preferably at an early stage of the development. By utilising tools such as Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), the prospective design can be put through simulations of the stresses that it would be expected to experience within the environment for which the model is being designed.
By using such software our engineers can adapt the design, ahead of prototype development, to ensure that it delivers to the performance criteria stipulated by the client.
Analysis, Simulation and Testing provides;
◊ Analysis of airflow mechanics, pressures, mass transfer, and particle trajectories
◊ Thermal, structural, and dynamic finite element analysis (FEA)
◊ Mechanical shock and vibration analysis
◊ Kinematic and dynamic analysis of mechanisms
The Tools at our disposal, include;
Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
Kinematics
Inspection
Please review the systems available, however if you would like more information or would prefer to speak to one of our design team then please contact us via the link of call us for a chat. We consider all projects, large or small and will tailor our services to your requirements.

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