We initiate every of our aircraft designing and analysis projects with attentive review of goals, mission, and objectives.
Aerospace Design Analysis
Are you interested in gaining insights into the performance of your design or reducing the risk of an expensive prototype failing or gaining an edge over your competition with an optimized design? If so, then our engineering analysis services can help!
why use Engineering Analysis Services
Optimize your design for cost & performance.
Discover why a failure occurred and implement design solutions.
Prevent stress concentrations from causing a failure.
Implement an analysis-driven design process instead of using a guess test and revise method.
Pass stringent design requirements and qualification testing faster with fewer iterations.
We provide the services our clients need. If a service is needed for your project that is not listed let us know and we will work to meet your needs.
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Computer-Aided Engineering CAE Service
Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) services can take the guesswork out of your design through the use of computer modeling. ASR’s Analysis Engineers are CAE experts using Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to analytically drive design decisions.
Computational fluid Dynamics CFD
With the use of CFD, we can analyze fluid behavior in aerodynamics, heat transfer, hydrodynamics, icing, micro-fluidics, and more. CFD provides a powerful mathematical model to generate computer simulations of fluid flow without the need for expensive physical testing.
Whether you’re looking to develop a combustion engine, heater, electric motor, steam turbine, spacecraft, rocket engine, electric system, or manufacturing equipment, thermal properties play a critical role in the success of your project. We apply Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to analyze thermal properties for thermal management design validation and optimization.
Getting an aircraft to pass FAA approval for flying in icing conditions requires rigorous analysis and testing. Defense and private aircraft which may also encounter icing conditions need to be designed and analyzed in order to keep passengers safe. We use icing analysis software to guide the design and implementation of ice protection equipment.