2D Structural Analysis deals with the analysis of complex structural engineering problems and able to make better, faster and optimized design decisions. Finite Element Analysis [FEA] tools helps us to customize and automate solutions for your structural mechanics problems and parameterize them to analyze multiple design framework. You can connect easily to other physics analysis tools for even greater fidelity. Computational structural analysis in industry enable engineers to optimize their product designs and reduce the cost of physical testing. Structural analysis helps to determine the effects of load such as pressure, forces, moments, acceleration and displacement of physical structures like buildings, bridges, vehicles, mechanical components and so on.
WHAT WE DO?
LINEAR & NON-LINEAR ANALYSIS
A linear static analysis is an analysis that have linear relation which holds between applied forces and displacements. In practice, this is applicable to structural problems where stresses remain in the linear elastic range of the used material.
A nonlinear analysis is an analysis that have nonlinear relation which holds between applied forces and displacements. Nonlinear effects can originate from geometrical nonlinearity’s (i.e. large deformations), material nonlinearity’s (i.e. elasto-plastic material), and contact.
Buckling is an instability that leads to structural failure.When a structure is subjected to compressive axial stress, buckling may occur. Buckling is characterized by a sudden sideways deflection of a structural member. Buckling analysis helps to idenify the loction of notch and also determines the different modes of failures.
Stress–strain analysis (or stress analysis) is an engineering discipline that uses many methods to determine the stresses and strains in materials and structures subjected to forces.
Fatigue is the weakening of a material caused by cyclic loading that results in progressive and localized structural damage and the growth of cracks. Fatigue analysis refers to the stress-life (or S-N method), is commonly referred to as the total life method which helps to find the total life period of a component when it is subjected to repeated cyclic loads.
Vehicle crash is highly non-linear transient dynamics phenomenon. During an automobile crash some parts will have plastic deformation and absorb a lot of energy. Hence it becomes necessary to check the car structure for its crash ability so that safety is achieved together with fuel economy. Computational simulations and various results are plotted and analyzed.
EXPLOSION LOAD ANALYSIS
The blast explosion nearby or within structure is due to pressure or vehicle bomb or quarry blasting. These causes catastrophic damage to the building both externally and internally (structural frames). Explosion analysis should be performed in order to identify the stress acting on the structure during detonation.