Design validation is an essential first step in the development of a product or system. Its purpose is to ensure that the product or system meets design specifications and regulatory requirements.
Why is design validation necessary? In short – because it can save you a lot of time and money. If, for example, a product fails to make the grade, shortfalls in its design could be corrected by Montemurro’s engineers at an early stage, resulting in a product that meets your expectations. On the other hand, if there is little chance of a product idea making it, you will save money that you may have wasted on developing it further.
Our engineers employ physical and mathematical models with modern computational analysis techniques (including FEA) to determine whether the design of any type of mechanical device is fit for its intended purpose (this process involves dynamic studies, fatigue consideration, corrosion, creep, service temperature, service life etc.)
Structural analysis is undertaken to establish the effects of loads on physical structures and their components. Among the structures subjected to this analysis are those that are required to withstand loads, such as buildings, bridges, vehicles, machinery, etc. The purpose is to avoid failures and ensure any structure is safe, sound and fit for its purpose.
Montemurro’s engineers use physical concepts and the latest Modelling & Computational Analysis Technologies, such as finite element analysis, to determine deflection, support reactions, internal forces, maximum stresses and maximum allowable load etc. to determine a structure’s fitness for use.
Structural analysis is an essential part of the engineering design of structures.