Efficiency and effectiveness are properties that should apply not only to your products, but also to their development process. To achieve this, it is necessary to use all the potential to reduce costs and weight and to improve the functional and technical characteristics.

Through computer-aided engineering (CAE) and using “virtual prototypes” the possible vulnerabilities of a design can already be detected in the design or construction phase. Optimization measures can thus be initiated more quickly, resulting in significant time and cost saving results.

One of our strengths is that experienced designers and highly specialized calculation engineers work here side by side. In combination with years of experience in engineering calculations, this means excellent simulation models that provide meaningful results for your products. We have our own laboratory with the necessary measurement technology for carrying out verification and validation processes.

Finite element analysis (FEA) is used to carry out complete simulations and calculations for your components and sub-assemblies. We have a large range of simulation tools, allowing us to design our work around (your) existing meshes for example, and saving valuable time and financial resources.

The quality of simulation results stands and falls by how realistic the simulation model is. We have our own measuring laboratory, so our simulation models are as close as possible to reality.

We have the design expertise to perform any required optimization of components and sub-assemblies directly – without interface deficits and with maximum efficiency.

Our range of services at a glance

FEA calculations

  • Linear and non-linear statics and dynamics
  • Thermal and thermomechanical analyses
  • Multibody simulation (MBS)
  • Geometry and weight optimization
  • Properties of hyper elastic material

Durability evaluations

  • Components in accordance with FKM guidelines
  • Threaded joints in accordance with VDI 2230
  • Welded joints in accordance with FKM, IIW etc.
  • Steel construction in accordance with Eurocode 3 (DIN EN 1993), EN 1090, DIN 18800
  • seismic impact in accordance with Eurocode 8 (DIN EN 1998)
  • pressure vessel and pipeline construction in accordance with AD2000 data sheets, DIN EN 13445-3, ASME
  • Customer specific guidelines / requirements


  • Fluid dynamics and flow analyses (stationary and non-stationary)
  • Rating of velocity distributions and pressure distributions
  • System optimization through pressure loss analysis
  • Thermodynamic analysis


  • Component assessment accompanying design and development
  • Complete durability evaluations for steel construction, automotive engineering, rail vehicle sector etc.
  • Product release reports

Our CAE systems

  • Abaqus
  • Marc Mentat
  • CATIA V5
  • SolidWorks/SolidWorks Motion
  • ANSA
  • OpenFOAM

Your contact person for FEA

Mr. Dipl.-Ing. Johannes Schweinsberg

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