Computational Science & Engineering
We develop computational models and simulation for various applications, often coupled with high-performance computing, to solve complex physical problems arising in engineering analysis and design as well as natural phenomenon:
• Finite Element Analysis • Atomisitc Analysis
• Multi-physics Simulation • Failure Analysis
• Fluid Structure Interaction • Damage Mechanics
Research & Development
Developing new products utilizing scientific means for the purposes of developing new innovative and valuable technology, processes or services, which yields immediate improvements in operations involving little uncertainty as to the return on investment.
Test & Evaluation
Develop processes by which a system or components are compared against requirements and specifications through testing. The results are evaluated to assess progress of design, performance, supportability, etc.
An interdisciplinary process that we use to produce systems that satisfy the customers' needs, increase the probability of system success, reduce risk and reduce total-life-cycle cost. By forming a structured development process that proceeds from concept to production to operation and, in some cases, to termination and disposal; thus a holistic view of the development effort.
Training & Education
The goal is to educate scientists and engineers in Computational Science & Engineering (CSE) and the importance of using leading-edge computer systems to solve complex physical problems arising in engineering design and analysis. Seminars offered in the following topic areas: Multi-physics in LS-DYNA/ANSYS , Advance Nonlinear and Contact Analysis, and custom designed curriculum to meet your industry application or needs.
Finite Element Analysis
Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics
Systems Engineering & Integration