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We at Forcyst have developed a method where once the concept is designed and approved, we prepare a problem statement and set the boundary conditions and carry out the Finite Element Analysis to validate the performance and failure modes of the designed product.


This method of analysis is used to verify the designed criterias to minimize the over-engineering at times. We carry out two types of FE Analysis, Static and Linear.

Static analysis basically involves zero internal effects, zero vibrations and zero impact whereas Linear Analysis involves, linear geometry, material and zero contact.


FEA is carried out through software including CFD that FORCYST team use in developing a product. FE analysis does add a cost to the project but it saves the time for unnecessarily over-designed or under designed prototyping.

The benefits of implementing FEA during the design process is that the product can be tested or analyzed with actual material properties. Thus this approach, helps to reduce and time and costing of project. 


FORCYST also uses Finite Element Analysis as a method to carry out Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) studies.


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Thus, Finite Element Analysis is a method where we can validate and prove our design calculations through engineering approach and methods. 


Finite Element Analysis is broadly divided into following types;









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