- Finite Element Analysis (FEA):
RIS provides access to these advanced engineering tools to assist its Customers in answering questions on their current products or products that they would like to develop.
With analyzing a weldment or component results can determine where potential stress concentrations may be located and various iterations can be run to see what is the most economical resolution. Stress concentrations may occur around regions that have a change in cross sectional area, connections, bolted or welded. With statically indeterminate structural configurations the process of running calculations maybe very time consuming on engineering resources.
RIS provides these services to enable Clients to make accurate decisions, quickly, on the best decision to move forward on their project. See case study video below.
- Fluid/Thermodynamics Simulation:
- Product Design and Development:
Working with Customers on the industrial challenges they are trying to solve by walking through the product development process together. That process involves looking at the categories of safety, engineering, manufacturing, shipping, installation, and performance. All the while keeping in mind budget and lead time. While in the design phase priorities need to be established and categorized into “must,” “should,” and “could.” RIS Team is well versed in this process and can help get the project moving forward today.
Part of the Product Development process is making the initial model to test. RIS provides all necessary documentation to the customer to produce the prototype which include manufacturing drawings and bill of materials. If needed RIS also has the capacity to build the prototype and deliver it to the Customers’ front door for testing. Whatever the path may be, RIS is always glad to assist.
See video of how RIS uses 3D modeling to effectively communicate ideas with Clients just down the road, to Clients around the world.
Fluid Flow Analysis:
Optimization of air intake manifold by evaluating cavity cross-sectional area to fluid velocity.