FE Model Generation

FE Model Generation

The starting point in finite element analysis is the creation of a suitable analytical model to represent the structure to be analyzed. This requires that the underlying geometry information be available as either CAD data or as scanned STL data. The creation of an FE model from detailed geometry requires experience and skill. The model should include the salient features of the structure and avoid unnecessary detail. This is to large extent a discipline dependent process.    

FEM-Modeling

  • Body in white
  • Chassis
  • Doors and closures
  • Trimming
  • Cockpit and Green-house
  • Drive line
FEM-Modeling

CFD-Modelling

  • external flow aerodynamics
  • internal engine cooling chambers
CFD-Modelling

STL-Data Processin

  • Processing  of STL data for styling, space and ergometric functions
  • Generation of CAD surfaces (re-engineering) from STL data
  • Generation of FE-models with material data and spot weld connections
STL-Data Processin

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