With increasing complexity of engineered systems stringent laws and regulations around products an ever increasing need for designs that are weight optimized while being reliable and robust has placed a large dependency on computer based simulations to reduce product through put times and eliminating prototyping testing where possible.

Our Analysis team is highly experienced in various types of analysis (CAE and CFD) and hand calculations to deliver best designs and value to our customers.

Computer Aided Engineering (CAE)Computer Aided Engineering is a term used to describe the process of the entire product engineering process, not only designing a product but also supporting the engineering process, as it allows to perform tests and simulations of the product’s physical properties without needing a physical prototype By leveraging the advantages of engineering simulation, especially when combined with the power and the speed of high performance computing, the cost and time of each design iteration cycle, as well as the overall development process, can be considerably reduced Simulating with CAE methods takes sufficiently less time in comparison to days or probably weeks that building a physical prototype would require Since it is inevitable to build a physical prototype of a product before beginning the serial production, simulation can help reduce the amount of those prototypes CAE can be used in almost any industry such as automotive, aerospace, plant engineering, electronics, energy, consumer goods, and HVAC The products range from extremely small parts to big and complex structures such as race cars, bridges or even power plants. Dheya has a rich CAE experience in handling extremely complex engineering and Multiphysics problems and has a proven track record of providing amicable and cost effective solutions.

Some of our CAE capabilities

  • Static Structural analysis
  • Forced response analysis
  • Acoustics/ NVH
  • Thermo mechanical and coupled field analysist
  • Transient dynamic analysis
  • Buckling analysis
  • Elasto plastic analysis with nonlinear materials
  • Rotor dynamics
  • Topology optimization
  • Nonlinear contacts analysis
  • Explicit and Rigid body dynamics
  • Fatigue Life and Damage Estimation
  • Modal and eigen value analysis
  • Composites analysis
  • Customized tools development