Combining conventional engineering with advanced simulation offers several significant benefits:
Improved Design and Prototyping: Advanced simulation tools enable engineers to simulate complex physical processes and interactions, allowing them to test and optimise designs virtually. This reduces the need for multiple physical prototypes, thus saving time and resources during the design phase.
Faster Development Cycles: By using simulations, engineers can quickly iterate and refine designs, leading to faster development cycles and shorter time-to-market for products and solutions.
Cost Savings: Traditional testing and prototyping can be expensive. Simulation reduces the reliance on physical testing, resulting in cost savings associated with materials, production and testing equipment.
Enhanced Accuracy: Advanced simulations can provide more accurate and detailed analyses compared to conventional methods. Engineers can gain insights into intricate phenomena and behaviours that may be challenging to observe in real-world experiments.
Deeper Understanding: Simulations allow engineers to explore various scenarios and parameters that may be impossible in the physical world. This leads to a deeper understanding of the system's behaviour and performance under different conditions.
Risk Reduction: Simulating potential failures or extreme conditions helps identify potential issues early in the design process, reducing the risk of costly and dangerous failures in real-world applications.
Optimisation of Performance: Engineers can fine-tune designs through simulations to optimise performance metrics such as efficiency, strength, and durability, leading to superior products.
Multidisciplinary Integration: Advanced simulations facilitate the integration of multiple engineering disciplines, enabling collaborative efforts in designing complex systems and products.
Sustainable Design: Simulation tools aid in evaluating the environmental impact of designs, leading to more sustainable and eco-friendly solutions.
Training and Education: Simulations provide a valuable platform for training and educating engineers, allowing them to gain practical experience and insights without physical resources or risks.
To consistently deliver high quality deliverables, all projects are subjected to our in-house quality control system. Every stage is checked and reviewed to ensure the final results are numerically accurate and make engineering-sense before being allowed to proceed to the next stage. This strategy prevents small errors emanating from each stage to snowball into a large error which ultimately affects the accuracy of the final results. Upon completing all simulation runs or calculations, the results and subsequent report are reviewed independently by another equally qualified engineer who has equivalent or more experience in the subject matter of interest. Finally, all results and reports are approved by the director prior to submission to the clients to ensure what the clients require is delivered.
As engineering and simulation specialists providing professional engineering services and performance-based engineering services to clients based in Sydney New South Wales, Melbourne Victoria, Brisbane Queensland, Perth Western Australia, Singapore we are considered as the leading performance-based engineering company in this region. We have successfully delivered over 100 challenging engineering projects to clients within the built environment, chemical & petrochemical, defence & security, food & beverage, hydrogen, manufacturing, marine & offshore, mining & mineral processing, oil & gas, pharmaceutical, renewable energy, semiconductor and water & wastewater industries.