Our work aims to improve the functionality, efficiency and design of manufacturing systems, processes and equipment through realistic computer modelling and simulations.
Gaining a realistic picture of operations
Advanced computer modelling can provide a realistic picture of the operation of processes, systems and equipment used in manufacturing.
This provides insights into:
- functionality – the underlying mechanical and physical processes can be understood and optimised
- efficiency – different stages of a process, or components of equipment can be assessed
- design – modified designs of a system can be simulated, leading to improved functionality and efficiency and reduced costs, resulting in costly experimental tests being able to be replaced by 'virtual' trials on a computer.
Collectively, these components allow manufacturing processes, instruments and machinery to be better understood and to be optimised in a cost-effective and timely manner.
Customised modelling solutions for manufacturers
We provide tailored computational modelling solutions to manufacturers across all major industries.
We have expertise across several modelling platforms, including computational fluid dynamics, smooth particle hydrodynamics, finite element analysis and discrete element methods.
Coupled with our proprietary software packages, this allows us to provide reliable, detailed and customised modelling solutions that are tailored towards a manufacturer's requirements.