Linear and nonlinear efforts
The stress analysis validates the structural integrity of the products in their different working conditions: forces, temperature, accelerations, etc.
Modal analysis helps us to find the frequencies at which the systems become unstable producing large displacements, stress and accelerated fatigue.Thanks to these analyzes it is possible to avoid the resonance of the systems before they fail during the tests or in the field .
Computational dynamics of fluids
In Kimeca we have the ability to simulate phenomena of incompressible fluid flows. The results that we can evaluate with them are: Fluid Velocity Pressure Distribution Turbulence Particle Trajectories The example below evaluates the efficiency of the profile of an airplane wing.
Acoustic simulation, or noise, is of vital importance for products that affect the comfort of a customer. These simulations provide useful information as they indicate the magnitude, direction, and frequency at which the noise will occur. The following example shows the magnitude and noise distribution of a motor oil vat.
The thermal analyzes evaluate the structural behavior of the products subject to thermal loads, in such a way that we can evaluate the contractions or dilations, reaction forces, etc.
Impact or shock simulation is classified as a highly nonlinear explicit simulation because it involves large deformations, contact, friction and border conditions are not well defined.
The results we can evaluate are:
* Rubber bands