Structure Mechanics - Strength Calculation

Stress distribution in a steam flowing through a tube

Using the FEM stresses and deformations of components can be calculated. FEM is an acronym that stands for Finite Element Method. This is an numerical method for the solution of partial differential equations. The structural calculation is now state of the art and is used in many design processes.

As part of constructions strength and stability of components can be calculated under certain loads or natural frequencies are determined. In combination with the flow calculation covers the Tintschl BioEnergie und Strömungstechnik AG from a wide range of simulation capabilities.

Our customers gain a better insight on the behavior of their products or components and may based on results and lessons learned from CFD and FEM to optimize their product . You support our team of engineers in finding competent and effective solutions.