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FEA (Finite Element Analysis)

Stress Analysis is used to ensure that your structural and mechanical products will support their anticipated loads. Classical stress analysis (CSA) is used on common structural components when mechanical properties are known, Finite element analysis (FEA) is used on uncommon structural components whose mechanical properties are not known, or for structures that are too complex for CSA.

Slideshow of FEA Analyzed Models

The slide show below shows the FEA results from subjecting mechanical and structural components to various loads.

Tent Support Structure Stress, Load = 100 mph (161km/hr) Wind.

Chain Hook Stress, Load = 5 kips (22.2 kN).

IPV Stress, External Pressure = 1000 psi (6.9 MPa).

Armored Cable Termination Stress, Load = 10 kips (44.5 kN).

Boat Lift Piling Support Stress, Load = 3 kips (13.3 kN).

BLAT Drive Pipe Stress, Load = 2000 kips (8.9 MN).

BLAT Top Breech Lock Stress, Load = 2000 kips (8.9 MN) .

Storage Tank Weldment Stress, Load = 24 kips (106.8 kN) .

Slurry Gate Valve Stress, Load = 90 psi (620.5 kPa) .

Slurry Gate Valve Deflection, Load = 90 psi (620.5 kPa) .

Anchor Chain Hook Stress, Load = 12 kips (53.37 kN) .

What FEA Can Do For You

FEA can be used to calculate stress and deflection in machine parts, assemblies, weldments, and sheet metal parts that have geometries that don't allow the use of classical stress analyis methods.

SolidWorks Simulation

SolidWorks Simulation improves product reliability by optimizing parts and assemblies for many environments and scenarios. It is a cost effective way to predict a product's real world physical behavior by virtually testing Computer Aided Design (CAD) models.