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Predictive Engineering provides finite element analysis consulting services, software, training and support to a broad range of engineering companies.
Who we are
We are experienced simulation engineers that have successfully analyzed and validated hundreds of structures and systems. With more than two decades of experience, we know how to optimize your design and ensure that it will meet your service requirements whether in Aerospace, Marine, Mining, Energy, Automotive, Medical or Consumer Products.
Why it will be right
When tackling a tough simulation problem, whether fluid (CFD) or structural (FEA) mechanics, there is very little that beats experience. It is our competitive edge and our differentiator to our clients. Our hard-won experience means that your simulation will be accurate and cost-effective.
We Can Work for You
We’ll let our case studies speak for themselves (PredictiveEngineering.com/Consulting). Our business is helping our clients build better products from submarines, to ships, to planes and to satellites. Our depth of experience means you will get the right answer with design confidence.
Our Consulting Services
Femap & NX Nastran is the premier analysis solution of linear and eigenvalue dynamics problems
CFdesign allows us to quickly build and analyze complex assemblies and deliver accurate results.
Nonlinear & Transient Dynamic Consulting
LS-DYNA is the world's best explicit analysis code for simulation of severe nonlinear transient events.
ASME - Design by Analysis Consulting
Predictive Engineering specializes in pressure vessel analysis following ASME Section VIII, Div. 2 guidelines.
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