Computer-aided engineering (CAE)

KUS uses computer-aided engineering (CAE) to help design and engineer their products for a variety of companies in marine, vehicle, and industrial industries.

What is Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE)?

Computer aided engineering, also known as CAE, is a term that refers broadly to the computer software that is utilized during various production systems. Specifically, this computer-aided engineering helps manufacturers conduct thorough and informative analyses for their products. CAEs main role is to shorten the design and analysis cycles while also reducing design costs. KUS invests in the very best computer software because we prioritize quality for every order we deliver. Trust in the KUS commitment to excellence– Contact us today to see how we can help you design your product for cost and manufacturing excellence with computer-aided engineering (CAE).

KUS Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) Ability

KUS has a professional R&D team consisting of 6 senior CAE analysis engineers with an extensive background in product development. The KUS CAE analysis R&D team focuses on structural and fluid analysis with more than 20 individual tests including fatigue analysis, dynamic analysis, and thermal stress analysis. During early stages of R&D, KUS products undergo a preliminary CAE analysis and simulation for product structure, performance, and use characteristics. Once this process has been conducted, KUS then proceeds to leverage specific tests that pertain to that unit to ensure the unit meets the rigorous demands of the customer’s application solution.

Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

Through the use of computer aided engineering, KUS can provide finite element analysis (FEA) to predict how products react with real world forces. This analysis is crucial to the manufacturing process, as this step catches material risks that would otherwise jeopardize the entire order further into the production process.

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

KUS uses computational fluid dynamics so that we can better understand product flow within our designs. Through numerical analysis and data structures, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) effectively calculates fluid flow measurements and information. Through the use of computer software, we are able to simulate fluid flow before a product design is even prototyped, saving both time and money.

Our high-speed computers, which make all of our computer-aided engineering possible, are the keys to successful computational fluid dynamics, but nothing would be accomplished without our expert staff. Our workforce, which consists of industry-leading talent, has the capability to take data from these analyses and make any necessary design corrections in order to produce the best possible end product.

Additional Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Uses

Computer-aided engineering (CAE) can be used in various other applications beyond finite element analysis or computational fluid dynamics, including:

  • Drop
  • Shock
  • Strength
  • Vibration
  • Freezing
  • Thawing
  • Filling
  • Shake

For more information regarding computer-aided engineering (CAE) and how it might be used to manufacture products for you,
contact our team today!