FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS (FEA) AND COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (CFD) SOLUTIONS

Computer simulation software is often implemented when an analytical solution is not available or does not provide the required level of detail to evaluate a design. We are experts in applying industry standard tools such as Ansys, Abaqus, and Solidworks to these unique challenges. With experience using the programs and the practical experience to temper simulation results, Dominarc is specially qualified to produce quality simulation studies for your application.

FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS

Finite element analysis is a powerful tool for constructing and analyzing various scenarios that will be encountered during operation of machines and structures. We routinely apply these tools in our design work.

Analysis options include:

  • Static or Dynamic Geometry
  • Linear or Non-Linear Materials

Study types include:

  • Stress, strain, and deflection
  • Thermal
  • Buckling
  • Fatigue
  • Vibration response
  • Pressure vessel design

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYMAMICS

Computational fluid dynamics is used to determine flow characteristics and fluid-structure interactions (FSI). These types of simulations are often employed to study lift, thermal, and stress effects of fluids and gases on conduits and turbomachinery.

Analysis options include:

  • Newtonion or non-Newtonion fluids
  • Internal or external flow
  • Single or multiphase flows

Study types include:

  • Back pressure
  • Thermal
  • Particle Erosion
  • Particle Accumulation (i.e., particle seperators)
  • Lift force
  • Cavitation
  • Vortex shedding
  • Fluid mixing

WHAT WE'LL DO

  • Create a 3D model of the study geometry
  • Perform analytical calculations to set basic expectations for study results
  • Setup and run simulation
  • Create custom report for simulation results

WHAT YOU'LL GET

  • 3D models generated
  • Analytical calculation binder
  • Native simulation files
  • Custom simulation report to include:
    • Problem definition
    • Setup details
    • Result tables and plots
    • Conclusion and recommendations