The power of Finite Element Method modelling!
Your products can be modelled and virtually tested with Finite Element Method (FEM). Many static and dynamic simulations can be performed, and Physixfactor guarantees the end result to be reliable. Finite Element Method analyses or virtual prototyping is at rise in the industry, and if correctly applied it can make laboratory tests unnecessary. Physixfactor has more than 10 years of experience in FEM and more than 30 years of experience in R&D. Mechanical stress, heat, flow or electrical simulations and calculations, Physixfactor is your partner.
Physixfactor is a certified consultant for the company COMSOL. The results of the simulations match the standards what may be expected in this field of technology. COMSOL Certified Consultants use their extensive experience with COMSOL Multiphysics and related products to deliver turnkey solutions for a variety of modeling projects. We produce ready-to-run models and reports with in-depth analysis of the results.
With FEA from Mr. Van Halewijn, we are ahead of our measurements!
Applications are the latest innovation in the area of FEM which can be build by us. Applications are models specifically designed for you, and you can enter the models on a website of physixfactor and run the models yourself. The models are parametric, so you are the one who can set the dimensions, material properties and boundary conditions. In this way you are in the driver seat and you can control all the model results. Even your marketing department can demonstrate the applications to custoemrs on conferences abd alike. Do you want to know more? Please send an e-mail to Physixfactor.
Article in Waves & Tidal.
The latest issue of Water & Tidal Energy Network magazine is online now. Physixfactor contributed in this issue on a publication of the Vertical Axis Water Turbine (VAWT) for the company Water2Energy in the Netherlands. Field tests are costly especially if you want to prepare several rotor diameters. Also a good test location should be availbale and the necessary measuring equiment to characterise the efficiency of the VAWT. By doing simulations on the rotor with a variety of diameters and water flow speed, Physixfactor was able to reduce on field costs for Water2Energy. Besides the simulations match nicely what is seen in practice.
Mr. Van Halewijn prevented us from doing laboratory & field tests. A real cost saver.