Date: 7th November 2019
Place: Dublin, Ireland
Website: Event Website
InnaLabs® was delighted to participate at the CADFEM Conference in Dublin, Ireland. This conference is an annual meeting to showcase cutting edge simulation technology and to draw attention to the importance of why design engineers require reliable technology partners who offer guidance, technical support and training.
Martin Houston, Senior Mechanical Design Engineer and Lea Peltier, Mechanical and Thermal Engineer, gave a presentation, titled Double Stage Suspension Design for Satellite Guidance Navigation and Control Systems (PLATO: ESA Mission) & Use of ANSYS for Gyroscope Resonator Design and Test Validation. The presentation consisted of an introduction to InnaLabs®, an overview of our products, and a detailed summary of the simulation activities and challenges our design engineers have faced with the ARIETIS Cluster design.
CADFEM Ireland Ltd and CADFEM UK CAE Ltd. are two small companies which specialise in engineering simulation solutions. Founded in 1985, CADFEM is one of the pioneers of numerical simulation based on the Finite Element Method (FEM). CADFEM is one of the largest European suppliers of Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE). We work closely with ANSYS, Inc., a worldwide leading provider of CAE-software.
Their expertise is spread across a wide range of engineering sectors: medical devices, renewable energy, aerospace, automotive, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, power engineering amongst others. Working with the ANSYS suite of simulation products we are expert in its customisation for particular engineering applications. In addition, we have recently developed cloud-based hardware solutions for our client base which enables flexible, economic and on-demand access to high-end computing resources over the web. We have expertise in linear and nonlinear, static and dynamic, implicit and explicit, stress analyses, steady-state and transient heat transfer analysis, computational fluid dynamics analysis, fluid-structure analysis.