Forty years after engineering simulation first revolutionized product design, today’s business world is a very different place. Intensive market pressures are forcing organizations to gain more exacting insights into anticipated product behavior earlier in the development cycle than ever before.

ANSYS Finite Element Analysis (FEA) simulation software enables AES to confidently predict how our offshore and subsea structures will operate in the real world.

ANSYS Mechanical licenses accelerated by High Performance Computing (HPC) and graphical processing units (GPUs) that are operating on state of the art dedicated servers are deployed across the Company platform. Our advanced FEA servers provide AES engineers to ensure that the designs can survive worst-case scenarios by automating and evaluating numerous assembly, in-transit, installation, operational and non-operational simulation runs.

FEA is used as part of an entire development process and to make recommendations based upon the analysis results combined with consideration of the materials at hand. The methods used to manufacture or test very fast & responsive solutions. By using Finite Element Analysis we predict the life expectancy of structures or machine components and foresee damage due to impact, operational and dynamic loading of harsh work environments.

Our expert analysis include but not limited to

  • Analysis with highly non-Linear Materials
  • Analysis with Composite Materials
  • Complex Contact Problems and Assemblies
  • Analytic Fatigue Assessment/ Real Time Failure Forensics
  • Design and Product Optimization
  • Basic Linear Structural Analysis and Dynamic Response
  • Impact & Crash Analysis
  • Harmonic and Modal Analysis
  • Buckling Analysis
  • Thermal & Mechanical Multiphysics Analysis

Please contact us for your design and analysis needs.


High-Performance Computing

High-performance computing (HPC) adds tremendous value to our engineering simulation by enabling the creation of large, high-fidelity models that yield accurate and detailed insight into the performance of a proposed design. High-fidelity simulations allow our engineering teams to innovate with a high degree of confidence that their products will meet customer expectations because their extremely accurate simulations are predicting the actual performance of the product under real-world conditions.

HPC also adds value by enabling greater simulation throughput. Using HPC resources, engineering teams can analyze not just a single design idea, but many design variations. By simulating multiple design ideas concurrently, R&D teams can identify dramatic engineering improvements early in the design process, prior to and more effectively than physical prototyping alone.

ANSYS HPC specifically enables parallel processing for solution of the toughest, higher-fidelity models — including more geometric detail, larger systems and more complex physics. Using ANSYS HPC to understand detailed product behavior provides companies with confidence in the design and helps ensure that the product will succeed in the market.