Services: Mechanical Design: Stress Analysis
Indesign's mechanical engineers use a variety of analysis techniques to ensure that your product's mechanical design will meet the desired requirements. Stress analysis occurs during the design process to verify that mechanical parts will withstand the forces and mechanical stresses that are encountered during a product's usage and operation.
Finite Element Stress Analysis with ANSYS software is a method used by Indesign to perform static and dynamic stress analysis. This analysis provides real time feedback on the structural integrity of mechanical parts prior to the construction of any mechanical prototype models. This analysis also allows for design optimization to achieve the best performance within the design constraints.
Finite Element Stress Analysis is especially important for mechanical parts that will be subjected to high forces and for mechanical parts that must be designed to provide very specific forces (e.g. spring members). Performing Finite Element Stress Analysis early in the design process helps reduce time to market, reduce overall design costs, and reduce the number of design iterations required.
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