How To Design Optimal Engineering Solutions
(Without Wasting Time and Money)
Are you spending time and money on designs you're not sure will work?
Do you know before production has started that your design is optimal, and have the right stiffness to avoid critical vibrations? There is a way to qualify your designs and make sure they will meet the specifications, before spending money on production.
Here are three different ways to save you time and money:
We do the calculations and ensure that your design meet the specifications. You save time and money by avoiding premature production.
Learn the fundamentals of structural vibrations and how to estimate natural frequency. Then you can design to the required vibration fatigue life.
The future of fatigue life estimation. A system that will give you information for optimal service intervals, and when to change vital components.
Latest updates from dyNova
Dynova will present its popular short courses for Heli-One in Stavanger
The oft sought-after short-courses developed by Dynova will be presented for Heli-One in Stavanger during September and October 2022. The courses cover subjects like Dynamics of Structures, Fatigue and Vibration Fatigue, Design with Composite Materials and Protection of sensible electronic equipment.
With the updates on important knowledge for advanced structural design and analysis, we are confident that these courses will be a benefit for the further work at Heli-One.
For further information please contact:
Bernt Isaksen Dynova AS, (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tore Reimers Heli-One (Norway) AS (Tore.Reimers@heli-one.com)
Altair appoints DYNOVA as a Channel Partner for Norway
We are delighted to announce that we have signed a new channel partner agreement for the Norway region with Altair. Altair is a global technology company providing solutions in product development, high-performance computing and data analytics.
Fatigue Map Patent Secured
We have secured patent for the initial part of the FatigueMap process. The process has already been demonstrated to fulfill the goal of predicting remaining fatigue life of major systems. This was demonstrated on a land based windmill fully eqipped with sensors to monitor strains at certain pre-determined locations. A Digital Twin was giving the critical locations where the sensors should be mounted.
The Digital twin was fully correlated with the real system. When complete correlation was achieved, the sensor could have been mounted on any convenient locations.
The digital Twin would then have transferred the test data to the max. strain location.
Following the generation of a digital twin, and mounting of several sensors on the wind mill, the tests showed that the process of determining remaining fatigue life was achieved.