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Engineering Analysis



Advatech Pacific's experienced engineers excel at offering engineering analysis services and solutions in the following categories. Feel free to follow the links we provide to get an in depth look at how we can help you meet your needs.



Structural & Dynamic Analysis

Structural Analysis

Our engineers have extensive experience applying several structural analysis methods including finite element analysis (FEA), using software like NASTRAN and ANSYS, and traditional methods from Bruhn, Roark, and Shigley to a range of disciplines including linear and nonlinear static strength, creep, fatigue and crack growth, shock and vibration, modal, and buckling.


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Composite Materials Analysis

Structural Analysis

Our engineers apply finite element analysis (FEA) and traditional numerical techniques to a broad range of structures that use composite materials. Utilizing several software tools we can quickly examine several characteristics of composite structures including static strength, fastener pull-out, buckling, modal and damage assessment. We also use the GENOA program to predict the fatigue life of composites for arbitrary lay-ups. This software allows us to predict where a composite component will fail, the mode of failure and the fracture path.


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Thermal Analysis

Structural Analysis

Advatech performs transient and steady-state thermal analysis using a variety of software tools, which we apply to products like turbine engines, satellites, rockets and electronics. We also combine thermal analysis with CFD to optimize circuit board layouts and electronic enclosures including heatsinks and cooling fans.


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Aerodynamic Analysis

Structural Analysis

Using a variety of software tools our engineers simulate both internal and external fluid flow from subsonic to hypersonic speeds. We.ve applied our CFD expertise to numerous problems including rockets, missiles, thrust reversers, business jet hushkits, flutter and turbine engine exhaust ducts. Our Linux cluster allows us to harness the power of parallel processing to solve very large and complex problems.


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