Finite Element Simulation of Brazing
FEA & CFD Based Simulation Design Analysis Virtual prototyping MultiObjective Optimization
Brazing is a thermal joining process which connects metal components with melted filler material. The filler usually has lower melting point compared to components. Main advantages of brazing lies in relatively low heat input and the capability to create a joint of considerable strength and durability.
Enteknograte engineers simulate the Welding with innovative CAE and virtual prototyping available in the non-linear structural codes LS-DYNA, Ansys, Comsol, Simufact Welding and ABAQUS. We are experienced with FEA Welding simulation.
Enteknograte Engineers can simulate any type of welding such as Arc Welding, laser Beam Welding, RSW, FSW and transfer the results of welding simulation for next simulation like NVH, Crash test, Tension, Compression, shear test and fatigue simulation.
Welding cause to The components, commonly made of steel(s), are temporarily heated to specific temperatures Distribution. Taking into account the rate of heating and cooling, the material properties of a component can be altered and improved. The presence of certain agents can lead to changes in the carbon or nitrogen content of the component. In all welding processes, there are several decisive and important factors: Time (heating and holding time), temperature, atmosphere, and quenching or cooling conditions. In principle, there are two kinds of welding effect as heat treatment processes on material points:
processes resulting in a thorough change of the microstructure such as annealing and hardening
processes that result in merely changing regions close to the surface of the component such as diffusion and coating processes, carburization, case hardening, nitrating, boriding
Easier, earlier, quicker analysis enables design simplification, especially on unusual hull designs. Early design correction avoids costly rework in production.
Reduce project delays caused by late-emerging design changes and rework. Reduce contingency planning.