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Advanced Engineering Analysis

Physical testing can be costly, time consuming and wasteful. It also does not always provide a greater understanding of how individual components operate as a part of the whole system. Our customers need to improve safety, reliability and efficiency in many different industries where traditional forms of analyses are no longer the best options.

The use of the numerical methods to simulate the behavior of engineered systems during operations and accidents brings major benefits in understanding, which is essential to the decision makers.

Complex situations involving statics, dynamics, non-linearity, multiphase flows, turbulence, thermal effects, shocks and impacts, etc. can be better understood through analysis software in the hands of highly experienced practitioners.

Essenmotion utilizes software and new technologies as the essential tools to identify operational, limit, transient and progressive states, investigate real-life problems, an aid to estimate loads, predict unknown hidden parameters, assess capacities, visualize performance and optimize designs.

The ability to understand the very first principles of science and engineering of the systems being simulated, and hands on operational experience in identifying whether the predictions make sense, form the cornerstone of Essenmotion’s identity for safety, reliable and high quality services.

Solutions offered by our services on advanced engineering analysis through the principles of solids and fluids, continuum, rigid body and statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, direct and sequential coupled-field interactions can be applied to a large number of industries at any phase of the project lifecycle.

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) – linear, non-linear, dynamic, seismic, impact, heat transfer, thermal/structural, shell, contact, mechanical failure modes, etc.

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Analysis – multi-phase, free-surface, flow assessments and modeling, erosion, thermodynamics, heat generation, mass and energy transport, etc.

Numerical Methods – energy and power analysis, multi-physics simulations, contact analysis, mechanical failure mode analysis, multibody dynamics, dynamic system assessments, extreme event simulations, probabilistic risk assessments, dynamic simulation and modeling of combustion, ignition, explosion, shock, fire, blast and release scenarios, plant integrity studies, durability assessments, fracture mechanics-based fatigue assessments, flood modeling, fluid structure interaction, acoustic/noise, vibration and shock mitigation, expert witness and forensic engineering studies, etc.