The Digital Twin
Physical prototypes are complex, time consuming and expensive ways to evaluate the performance of a design. When a prototype does not perform as expected, the process of re-design, revision and production must repeat, leading to costly delays in the engineering development cycle.
Our Simulation team can accelerate you past this painful early stage of prototyping by developing and running simulations of the proposed designs. Making use of advanced simulation and modelling packages, we are able to predict, visualize, and evaluate the performance of proposed designs materials and components before building prototypes or test models. These tools allow us to see the future performance of design options under their operating conditions, allowing us to iterate and refine these designs quickly and easily.
Working with our simulation department can substantially reduce the cost and risk associated with research and development, helping you stay on budget and meet deadlines while providing confidence in design decisions before committing to building your first prototype.
Simulation Services and Expertise
- CFD and Fluid Simulation
- Heat Transfer, Heating and Cooling Simulation
- Heat Dissipation Simulation for Electronics
- Aerodynamics and Flow Simulation
- Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Material Simulation
- Fatigue Failure Simulation
- Vibration and Resonance Analysis
- Erosion Modelling in Oilfield Tools
- Electrical Simulation
- Power Distribution Network Simulation
- Numerical Simulation
- DDR Memory Signal Simulation
For over 15 years, the Tangent Design Simulation group has been working to better understand the performance of our designs before we prototype them. When it comes to meeting your company’s project objectives, our simulations engineers play an integral role in our multidisciplinary approach to engineering and design. If you’re interested in learning more about the simulation services we provide, contact us by calling 403-274-4647 or sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.