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FEA Validation

Proud Project that make us stand out

Gearbox Analysis

In this project, we reduced overall Gearbox weight approximate 12%. We did structure analysis and material optimization for complete Gearbox Assembly and came out with the result where customer reduce product weight and save huge product cost.

  • Reduced > 12% Product Weight
  • Immediate Start | Easy to Communicate
  • Highly Accurate | Right at First Time

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Reduce Lead Time

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Improve Design Collaboration

Optimize Design

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Standardize Detailing

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One of the Gujarat based Gearbox manufacturer contacted us and our team has started working on Structural Analysis of all of their product range. Feel free to contact us for any structure validation requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is FEA?

Generally, Finite element analysis (FEA) is the process that simulates the behaviour of a part or assembly under given conditions so that it can be assessed using the finite element method (FEM).

What are the advantages of FEM and FEA.

FEM is a numerical technique that performs FEA of any given physical phenomenon. Moreover, it has simple, compact, and results-oriented features that are appealing to engineers. Additionally, the 6 benefits are- Modeling, Adaptability, Accuracy, Time dependent simulation, Boundaries and Visualization.

How accurate is finite element analysis?

Actually, FEA is like a calculator: accurate. But it’s also quite complex, and there are certain inaccuracies, that you can’t influence. Those aren’t that tragic, however, provided that you know what you are doing!

How do you validate FEA?

5 steps-
Check shape of deformations.
Look at deformation values.
Check reaction forces.
Take a look at stresses.
Do hand calculations!

What is difference between FEM and FEA?

FEM refers to complex mathematical procedures used in your favourite solver. Think it as a theory manual, lots of equations and mathematics. Whereas, we use FEA in the context of applying FEM to solve real engineering problems.

Why do we use FEA?

You can predict potential design issues and therefore minimise risk to your product and profits. With FEA you can test the impact of varying conditions (stress, vibration, buckling, fatigue, creep, heat, etc) on your design.

What are the limitations of FEA?

Disadvantages include:
The method is approximate — the analysis is not performed on a real structure, but on a model of it. All the results (such as stresses, strains, or displacements) are approximate and the user cannot precisely estimate the difference between the obtained results and the real ones.

How is FEA used in industry?

We use FEA for the structural analysis to find out significant stress. It is also useful to receive input data from other tools such as computation fluid dynamics systems and kinematics analysis systems. Well, this can be used in: Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)

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