FEA Analysis

FEA Modelling & Analysis

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a numerical simulation technique used to analyze the behavior of structures and components under various conditions. FEA capabilities extend across multiple engineering disciplines, providing insights into stress, deformation, thermal effects, and other physical phenomena.

Some of our key aspects and capabilities in FEA:

Structural Analysis:

Static Analysis: FEA can simulate the response of structures to static loads, helping to determine stress distribution, deformation, and safety factors.

Dynamic Analysis: FEA is used to analyze the dynamic response of structures subjected to varying loads, such as vibrations or impacts.

Thermal Analysis:

Steady-State and Transient Thermal Analysis: FEA can predict temperature distributions and thermal stresses within structures subjected to varying temperature loads.

Coupled Thermal-Structural Analysis: FEA allows the coupling of thermal and structural analyses to study the interaction between temperature and mechanical loads.

Modal Analysis:

Eigenfrequency Analysis: FEA helps identify the natural frequencies and mode shapes of structures. This is crucial in understanding the dynamic behavior of systems.

Modal Superposition: FEA enables the superposition of modes to simulate the dynamic response to arbitrary inputs.

Fatigue Analysis:

Fatigue Life Prediction: FEA can predict the fatigue life of structures subjected to cyclic loading. This is essential for components with repeated loading cycles.

Buckling Analysis:

Eigenvalue Buckling Analysis: FEA can predict the critical loads at which structures may buckle or undergo instability.

Imperfection Sensitivity Analysis: FEA can assess the sensitivity of buckling to initial geometric imperfections.

Topology Optimization:

Shape and Topology Optimization: FEA can be used for topology optimization to find the most efficient material distribution within a given design space, subject to specified constraints.

Composite Material Analysis:

Laminate Analysis: FEA can analyze the behavior of composite materials by modeling laminates with specific ply orientations and material properties.

Contact and Friction Analysis:

Contact Elements: FEA allows the modeling of contact interactions between components, including sliding, sticking, and separation.

Friction Models: FEA incorporates friction models to simulate the effects of frictional forces on contact surfaces.

Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI):

Coupling with Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD): FEA can be coupled with CFD to simulate interactions between fluid flow and solid structures. This is common in applications involving fluid-structure interaction, such as vibrating structures in fluid.

Material Behavior:

Linear and Nonlinear Material Models: FEA supports the use of linear and nonlinear material models to simulate a wide range of material behaviors, including plasticity, hyperelasticity, and viscoelasticity.

Material Nonlinearity: FEA can model large deformations and material nonlinearities, crucial for accurate representation of complex structural behavior.

FEA Capabilities


✔ Vibro-Acoustics

✔ Structural Stress Analysis

✔ Failure, Crack and Impact & Crash Analysis

✔ Dynamic Stability and Thermal Analysis

Core experience

✔ Linear and nonlinear structural analysis with Geometric, Material and Contact nonlinearities

✔ Dynamic, transient analysis for wind, seismic, explosion, blast and crash impact resistance

✔ Structural topology, size optimization, nature inspired evolutionary and multiphysics optimization

✔ Structural Engineering Analysis with Linear Elastic, Elastoplastic, Viscoelastic, Hyperelastic, anisotropic and custom material models

✔ Progressive failure and damage prediction

Focus Area

✔ Vibro-Acoustics, Load Analysis, Damping Analysis

✔ Vibrational Analysis

✔ Thermal Analysis

✔ Linear and Nonlinear Analysis

✔ Static & Dynamic Analysis

✔ Failure, Crack & Fatigue Analysis


✔ Thermal Analysis

✔ Optimization of Systems Installation & Risk Analysis

✔ Structural Analysis

✔ Stress & Load Analysis

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