Computational Mechanics



Computational Mechanics utilizes advanced and established numerical techniques in solving differential equations that governs the behaviour of engineering systems, such as in elasto-dynamics, thermodynamics and fluid dynamics.  Its strength lies in the ability to computationally simulate, with high accuracy, the behaviour of a system given its boundary conditions and loadings. This minimizes or, in most instances, bypasses the procedure of physical prototyping in the design and manufacturing process. This is how the name virtual prototyping has been associated to it.


MDT-Q2 correlates Finite Element Analysis with Modal Analysis and Operating Shape Analysis to diagnose complex machinery and structural dynamic problem and subsequently performing virtual dynamic design modification to overcome the expensive process of ‘trial and error’ method of solving structural vibration especially in oil and gas where downtime is a critical issue.





Virtual Prototyping

FE-Modal Analysis

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI)