DO YOU KNOW THE LIMITS OF YOUR DESIGNS?
Performance Testing is a crucial part on developing any product. It consists on simulating, in appropriate software programs, what will happen to a product when submitted to certain conditions. For example, imagine you want to test a lamp in order to know what will happen to it when submitted to high temperatures. Through performance testing software’s it is easy to simulate this and to get a proper report on how will the lamp perform under high temperatures. Without performance testing you would have to make the test and repeat it several times so that you could get the information and it would never be as detailed. As you can understand with this small example, there is a lot to gain in doing performance testing to any product since it allows to know the limits of the product and to predict where, when and how it will fail.
BemStudio provides stress and CFD/FEA analysis services to companies that need highly-skilled and experienced consulting engineers to help perform analysis on their designs and products. This services allow you to make sure your designs fulfill their intended function in their defined environment loads. Our team uses CFD/FEA expertise and knowledge-based built from consulting experience in modeling material behavior to perform detailed analysis, helping clients like you take important decisions.
BemStudio’s Performance Testing integrates simulation services:
Simulation CFD: for a heat transfer and fluid flow study in flexible environments;
Simulation Mechanical tool: for a applied forces/momentum and thermal effects analysis;
Robot Structural Analysis Professional: to understand any type of behavior and verify code compliance;
Autodesk Inventor Professional: is the right software tool to guarantee excellence in performance testing.
To sum up, BemStudio’s this will help you:
Validate design concepts early when it’s easy and inexpensive to make changes;
Save design time and money, allowing you to get your product to market faster;
Eliminate the need for costly prototypes and destructive testing;
Minimize environmental impact through sustainability/green initiatives without compromising the product;
Increase the design’s originality while reducing the risk of unexpected failure.
To conclude we invite you to visit the following link in order to see a great example about a greenhouse performance testing simulating bad weather conditions: