Finite Element Analysis (FEA) Services

At ENA2, we offer Finite Element Analysis services across civil/structural, mechanical, and oil and gas engineering, and product development. Our engineers’ extensive knowledge of FEA, coupled with state-of-the-art technology and multi-disciplinary experience, give us the tools to solve a wide range of problems

Our services include structural, stress, thermal, dynamic, and fracture and fatigue analyses, as well as design optimization. By applying element analysis to our client projects, we use a simulation environment to help you reduce the costs associated with experimental trials and physical testing.


ENA2  engineers’ extensive knowledge of finite element analysis, coupled with state-of-the-art Dassault Systèmes  technology  and multi-disciplinary experience, give us the tools to solve a wide range of engineering problems. Check out the type analysis you are interested in and contact us to talk to our specialist.

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Structural Analysis

Structural analysis involves finding the forces experienced by civil engineering structures subject to different types of loading including dead, live, wind, snow and seismic loads.

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Stress Analysis

Stress analysis is a broad category of problems which encompasses nearly all areas of FEA, where the objective is to determine if a component is strong enough to withstand  loads.

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Thermal Analysis

In many problems arising from structural and mechanical situations, components are subject to combined thermal-mechanical effects.

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Fatigue & Fracture Analysis

Crack development and propagation can lead to sudden failure in materials such as steel. A welded connection may fail suddenly if it contains defects.

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Dynamic Analysis

Involves problems with time varying loads and effects. For example, a building experiencing an earthquake is being subject to dynamic forces.

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Design Analysis

Design optimization whenever a component is designed, it is always the manufacturer’s objective to minimize cost and maximize performance.

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