GoEngineer provides powerful simulation tools in the field of Computer Aided Engineering (CAE). We leverage CAE tools to help customers solve complex product development problems by combining technology transfer with consulting, training and research. We help our customers in the following areas:
• Finite Element Analysis
• Computational Fluid Dynamics
• Multibody Dynamics
• Crash/Impact Analysis
• Acoustics & Vibration
• Multi-Physics Simulations
Technical FEA experts use a variety of software tools to evaluate component performance under different operational conditions, loading conditions, repetitive stress cycles, etc.
Multibody Dynamics predicts the dynamic behavior of an assembly in motion, where forces may be applied to one or more rigid or flexible bodies that are connected to each other through kinematic constraints, flexible connections, forces, or contacts. The use of flexible bodies provides more accurate results for many applications because the vibration and structural damping of the flexible bodies is included in the simulation. Specialty toolkits add knowledge and process automation that enables the efficient modeling of complex subsystems.
Our engineers have worked on hundreds of CFD consulting projects, covering many types of application. With our CFD-based design optimization offerings across multiple domains, we serve as an important link for design engineers and
manufacturing organizations to help realize their product promise right from ideation to realization.
• Particle Method CFD
• Turbulence Modeling
• Rotational Flow
• Heat Transfer
• Two-way flow interaction
• Flow mixing
• Non-Newtonian fluids
• Multiphase flows
• Free surface flows
• Moving boundaries
Sometimes multiple simulation disciplines need to be used together (multi-physics) to achieve the desired fidelity of analysis that is appropriate for complex products. Each tool is able to co-simulate and do what it does best. Our experts can help identify when and where the Multi-Physics approach can apply to your projects and can develop best practices for your multi-physics application.
Residual current devices (RCDs) are argualbly the most important electrical safety devices for human beings in the both residential and industrial settings. This article examines the simulation of an RCD to determine the factors that affect its response times.
A hybrid method of computational fluid dynamics analysis was used to enhance the design of a medical device to improve its ability to maintain a stable microclimate around a patient, but also to reduce both the computational efforts and the time required to obtain these results.
A numerical method has been implemented in order to study this problem and has been applied to real case headlamp designs providing good agreement between numerical and experimental results.
CFD study to optimize the cooling performance of a narrow specialty tractor. Numerical modelling reveals design strengths and weaknesses prior to prototyped testing, saving time and money.
This study was part of the Virtual Optimization Pasta production process (OPAV) research project, which resulted in a simulation model that could be used by industrial pasta manufacturers to help them improve the quality and production process of their pasta.
Many Army Vehicles require tracks in order to meet the tough mobility requirements for the Army mission profile. Modeling and Simulation (M&S) provides a large cost-savings and offers a quick turn-around when addressing vehicle performance issues.
We work across a broad range of industries that includes automotive, energy, oil and gas, aerospace and defense, civil and structural engineering, metals, machining and manufacturing, consumer goods and appliances, healthcare and biomechanics; helping customers to leverage existing legacy and emerging simulation technologies. We have experts in engineering, mathematics, and physics with proven experience in mechanical and structural engineering, metallurgy, computational fluid dynamics, high & low-frequency electromagnetism, multi-physics, multibody dynamics, acoustics, tolerance management, and additive manufacturing.