<p>CSEI at cseinc.org mechanical engineering performs mechanical design analysis, electromagnetic analysis, heat transfer analysis, thermal analysis, mechanical vibration analysis, mechanical dynamic analysis, mechanical failure analysis, mechanical fracture analysis, metal fatigue analysis, metal failure analysis, mechanical design optimization, new product design and development analysis, and industrial product design and analysis.</p> <p>CSEI at cseinc.org mechanical engineering performs mechanical design analysis by finite element analysis, electromagnetic analysis by finite element analysis, heat transfer analysis by finite element analysis, thermal analysis by finite element analysis, mechanical vibration analysis by finite element analysis, mechanical failure analysis by finite element analysis, mechanical dynamic analysis by finite element analysis, mechanical fracture analysis by finite element analysis, metal fatigue analysis by finite element analysis, metal failure analysis by finite element analysis, mechanical design optimization by finite element analysis, new product design and development analysis by finite element analysis, and industrial product design and analysis by finite element analysis.</p> <p>CSEI at cseinc.org mechanical engineering performs mechanical design analysis by FEA, electromagnetic analysis by FEA, heat transfer analysis by FEA, thermal analysis by FEA, mechanical vibration analysis by FEA, mechanical dynamic analysis by FEA, mechanical failure analysis by FEA, mechanical fracture analysis by FEA, mechanical fatigue analysis by FEA, metal fatigue analysis by FEA, metal failure analysis by FEA, mechanical design optimization by FEA, new product design and development analysis by FEA, industrial product design and analysis by FEA.</p>

Mechanical Stress Analysis


An analysis of manufactured products, including assemblies and components, should be conducted prior to manufacturing, to determine expected deformations and stresses generated throughout the assembly and components. This analysis should be used to optimize the product for reduced manufacturing costs and to identify any likely service problems including displacement, stress, vibration, fatigue, and thermal related problems that may shorten the expected life of the product.

When a failure occurs in an existing product, an analysis should be used to identify the failure mode and to then point to a modified design that eliminates that potential failure mode.

Analyses may be used to evaluate various materials that a product may be manufactured from. Modifying material type may substantially extend the expected life of a product.

Stress analysis of a product can account for environments not normally evaluated, for example material characteristics as a function of temperature, and the response of materials as the yield strength is exceeded.

Analysis Capabilities

Linear elastic stress analysis
Nonlinear elastic stress analysis
Nonlinear elastic-plastic stress analysis
Hyper-elastic stress analysis
Viscoelastic stress analysis
Dynamic and vibration analysis
Fatigue, fracture and life-cycle analysis
Thermal and heat transfer analysis
Electromagnetic analysis
Forging and casting solidification analysis
System and component deformation analysis
Residual and assembly stress analysis
Substructure and sub-modeling analysis

Applications

Reduce manufactured product weight.
Increase manufactured product strength.
Reduce product design time and time to market.
Reduce potential for premature product failure.
Optimize manufactured product design based on reduced weight or cost of manufacturing.
Reduce number of required prototype tests.
Reduce potential future service and replacement costs.


CSEI - Application of finite element analysis in the design process