The emergence of mechanical calculation codes, both commercial and free (open-source), generally based on the finite element method (FEM), has given mechanical engineers a wide degree of freedom vis-à-vis formulations and numerical resolution methods.
In an industrial context, where systematic processing steps are very quickly identified, this freedom can become synonymous with loss of time and, possibly, a source of error and non-conformity. This can concern pre and post-processing for example.
Within this scientific development framework, our teams will help you to:
- Automate your calculation processes on a commercial software via the creation of ACT for Ansys, plugins for Abaqus or modules in Salome.
- Formalise and capitalise on your “in-house” know-how through the creation of a dedicated GUI.
- Integrate new functionalities in Code_Aster (or other open-source mechanical modelling codes).
All our developments are carried out using continuous integration methods, thus ensuring the robustness of the proposed software solutions.
The Reinforcement Design tool developed with the company STABILIS, in the form of an Ansys ACT, capitalises on and facilitates civil engineering expertise work in accordance with Eurocodes 2 type standards.
Fragility is a module of the Salome platform allowing spectra and probabilities of structural failure considering seismic hazard and modelling uncertainties.
The post-treatment tool in Abaqus can be used to check the buckling of a structure made up of shells and stringers.
The SandWitch software, developed in partnership with an oil industrialist, can predict the arrival and the quantity of sand flows on a hydrocarbon well.