For more than 45 years, we at Wölfel have been carrying out numerical simulations for customers from a wide variety of fields, particularly in the disciplines of finite element methods (FEM) and multi-body simulation (MBS).
Each individual component is first digitally generated with its individual physical properties. The components are then assembled to form an exact replica of the product. On the basis of this model, any number of tests can now be carried out virtually under various environmental conditions – until all requirements have been met. Weak points are detected at an early stage, deformations and warpage can be predicted and manufacturability checked. In this way, quality, product performance and safety are not only guaranteed, but in many cases even improved.
In addition, communication between product design and simulation is often difficult. Both sides work with different tools and terms – they do not speak the same language.
If simulation is used not only for validation, but also during the design process (Simulation Driven Design), the number of iteration steps is significantly reduced. It also facilitates the exchange between design engineers and simulation experts. The development time can thus be significantly reduced.
Those who do not have their own simulation department, insufficient capacities for large and complex CAE projects or time pressure can outsource numerical simulations and thus fall back on the know-how of experienced simulation engineers without having to invest in personnel, training and software themselves. Through the use of highly professional and mature simulation programs as well as a powerful IT structure, accurate and reliable results can be achieved in a short time in specialized engineering offices.