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  Engineering Design Services Overview SmallArrowRH

 

     ENGINEERING MATERIALS & MANUFACTURING:  

 SmallArrowRH Castings

 SmallArrowRH Extrusions

 SmallArrowRH CNC Parts

 SmallArrowRH Plastics & Injection Moulding

 SmallArrowRH Elastomers

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     ENGINEERING COMPONENTS:

 SmallArrowRH Gears & Springs

 SmallArrowRH Hydraulics & Pneumatics

 SmallArrowRH Jigs & Fixtures

 

     ENGINEERING ANALYSIS:

 SmallArrowRH Tolerance Analysis

 SmallArrowRH Mechanims

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     ENGINEERING SYSTEMATIC DESIGN:

 SmallArrowRH ElectroMechanical

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BigRHArrowBigRHArrowComputer Aided Engineering (CAE)  BigRHArrowFEA Case Study: Results Animation

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SmallLHArrow Von Mises stress animation, not just cool but very helpful SmallRHArrow

Animations tell us much about how the part/assembly is performing under load/use. Specifically, they highlight the distortion that occurs which gives the designer a better 'feel' of how the all important 'balance of stiffness' is working within the part/assembly. They also show whether the FEA model has been preprocessed correctly, since the behaviour exhibited in the animation is the behaviour expected in the real world. Here, the animation clearly demonstrates the massive deformation occuring in the tyre being reacted through the wheel into the spring/suspension. The animation shows the wheel moving as you would expect in the real world, hence if the designer is satisfied with the boundary conditions, then more confidence can be gained in the results.