L&T Technology Services offers a spectrum of Computer Aided Engineering services using state of art Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) techniques to assist in the product design, evaluation and optimization leading to efficient design and reduced costs. Further, L&T Technology Services services in the area of product performance simulation leads to reduction in prototyping and testing costs and time thereby reducing time to market.
These powerful tools along with availability of high computing machines have improved both the standard of engineering designs and the methodology of the design process in many industrial applications.
Macros are developed for our clients to improve productivity
Design and Analysis teams closely work together which enables our customers to bring the higher-quality products to market sooner.
Structural analysis uses Finite Element Analysis (FEA) tool for product design validation. FEA is an engineering computational analysis methodology that helps to determine the strength of a product (part or assembly) in response to loading that would typically be experienced in its operating environment.
L&T Technology Services provides services in various industry domains such as Trucks, Off-highway Machineries, Railways, Ship and Marine, Automotive, Aerospace, Industrial Products, Process engineering, Consumer Electronics and Medical devices.
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Computational Fluid Dynamics is the branch of numerical simulation involves discretization of specified computational domain based on conversation mass, momentum and energy equations.
Our expertise in capturing different physics/applications includes:
- Steady and Unsteady (time dependent) State
- Incompressible and Compressible
- Conjugate Heat Transfer
- Rotating Components
- Heating Ventilation and Air conditioning
- Multiphase Flow simulation & Cavitation Studies
- Component level automotive analysis
- System level automotive analysis
- Thermal analysis of Electronic components
- Complex combustion simulation.