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Nonlinear Engineering provides consulting and off-site services to manufacturing and research & development organizations, encompassing the areas of product and process simulation, optimization, and design. In most cases, this work is accomplished using sophisticated finite element tools.

Capabilities

Nonlinear's areas of expertise include, but are not limited to:

See the Examples selection in the directory bar to the left for more information on Nonlinear's expertise and some simple examples of past work.

Benefits to the Customer

The use of Nonlinear's simulation and analysis services provides many advantages over more conventional methods of problem solving.

  • Reduced development cost by prototyping on the computer using simulation rather than building physical models or tooling

  • Reduced time to market since simulation is typically much faster than trial and error prototyping

  • The reduced cost of simulation allows for the examination of more possibilities, resulting in a more optimized product

  • Simulation provides solutions to manufacturing difficulties and in-service product failures

  • Sensitivity analyses of products and processes can be performed before prototypes or tools are built

Nonlinear's services provide for a better product, developed with less expense, in less time than traditional methods. Used as a forensic tool, simulation can answer questions about and provide solutions to manufacturing problems, product failures, and performance deficiencies. See the Expertise/Examples page for illustrations of these points.

In short, you save time and money.

The examples and information shown on these pages are not meant to be all-inclusive. If you have a specific problem or question involving an area or process which is not specifically covered on this site, feel free to contact Nonlinear Engineering.

See the Simulation Process page for a simplified description of the finite element method used in much of Nonlinear's work.

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