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Structural response

Modal analysis is a technique used to study the dynamic characteristics of a structure by identifying its natural frequencies, mode shapes, and modal damping. During modal analysis, the structure's response to dynamic excitation (like a harmonic force, impact, or other disturbances) is observed and analyzed.

Carbon-fiber optimization

Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) Materials are subjected to various uncertainties during manufacturing and engineer can usually only have approximations regarding stiffness and strength along different directions.  Optimization algorithm is employed to find the set of parameters that better validate experiments.

Highly non-linear problems

Non-linear structural simulations account for complexities such as material non-linearity (where material properties change with stress or strain), geometric non-linearity (significant deformations or large displacements), and boundary condition non-linearity (non-linear supports or contact interactions).

Drop & Impact analysis

Drop simulation is a type of analysis used to simulate the behavior of a product or object when dropped from a certain height or impact force. The goal of drop simulation is to determine the product's ability to withstand impact and identify potential weak or failure points.

Explicit rubber simulation


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