Electrical engineering does not only deal with dynamics and strength, but also with operability analyses. The most common structures are switchgear cabinets and electric motors and generators in manifold versions with regard to constructive design and equipment. Stability proofs are normally realized by means of computational simulation with finite element models. Simple proofs of functionability via deformation parameters are also realized by calculations. In case of complex components we carry out experimental proofs of functionability by means of vibration tests. Apart from regular operating loads we also deal with special loads of external events, for example earthquakes.
In the field of electrical engineering we deal with
- operability and
- isolation against shock and vibration
of switchgear cabinets with electrical components. We provide stability evidence via computational simulation by means of FE-models, which are generated on the basis of your CAD data. In case of existing problems, constructions can be optimized by means of simulations.
We also determine the operability of electrical components in vibration tests, e.g. on a hydropulse system or on uniaxial to three-axial shakers/shaking tables.
Here we work according to the following national and international standards, e.g. DIN, KTA, IEEE, IEC, USNRC and GOST.