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industry 4.0

CAE

Simulation using the FEM (finite element method) and continuus discretization provide us with very satisfactory results in technical practice. These mathematical virtual models for behavioral verification and product functionality can be simulated without the need to test physical samples. However, in some cases, simulation results are insufficient, and the creation of complex virtual models should also be correlated using physical test results.

BENEFITS OF VIRTUAL SIMULATIONS

  • Significant reduction in development time
  • Reducing development costs
  • Prediction of construction behavior without the need for physical testing
  • Detection of structural bottlene points
  • Possibility of optimizing the design for selected test scenarios

OFFER OF SERVICES IN ANALYSES AND SIMULATIONS

In the field of virtual testing CAE (Computer Aided Engineering), we focus on structural and dynamics analysis. For this we use both common mathematical procedures and created virtual models. Using these simulations, we are able to detect structural weaknesses. We offer our customers designs of DoE virtual experiments and advanced forms of multiparametric optimization of structures. We often use laboratory testing of materials or physical samples to validate complex virtual models. We focus mainly on working machines and the automotive industry, but the procedures and methods can also be applied to other industries such as the army and railways. Virtual testing services can be used either separately for design from the customer or used as a support activity for CAD design.

SIMULATION FOR AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTRY MACHINERY

  • Linear and nonlinear calculations of the solidness and strength of supporting frames and structures
  • Modal analyses
  • Frequency dynamic analyses
  • Strength design of carried and working machines
  • Optimization of construction and structural nodes in terms of strength and weight
  • Assessment of robustness of structures and analysis of sensitivity of results

SIMULATION FOR TRANSPORT AND HANDLING TECHNOLOGY

  • Linear and nonlinear calculations of the stiffness and strength of bogie frames, supporting structures
  • Underrun protection calculations according to ECE R58/73/93
  • Optimization of vehicle weight and weight

SIMULATION FOR SPECIAL VEHICLES

  • Strength calculations of protective frames and cages of racing vehicles according to FIA regulations

SIMULATION FOR BUSES

  • Physical testing of materials and creation of material models for simulations
  • Optimizing the strength and strength of the structure
  • Design of experiments DoE