New generation CAE System

Engineering simulation of products, including strength calculations, fatigue testing, vibration and thermo-mechanical analysis.
Simulation of products manufactured using additive technologies.
Geomechanical calculations and simulation of seismic wave propagation.
Simulation of products made of composite materials.
General product description

CAE Fidesys

The CAE Fidesys package is designed for engineering strength analysis and geomechanical problem-solving.
The package allows for the evaluation of reliability and resource of mechanical structures, as well as predictive analysis of the efficiency and safety of mining operations.

Target industries

The CAE Fidesys package is used in mechanical engineering (aerospace, space industry, shipbuilding, engine manufacturing, automobile manufacturing, etc.), oil and gas industry, mining industry, medicine, and other sectors.


Key features

Mechanical engineering

Strength analysis of rotating structures, including turbine blades.
Pressure vessel strength analysis.
Strength analysis of assembled structures with defects in the CAD model (gaps, overlaps).
Strength analysis considering changes in material properties during thermal and mechanical processing.
Analysis of large (finite) deformations.
Strength and deformation analysis of metal structures under their own weight.
Strength analysis under external forces acting on the structure (e.g., ice load).
Strength analysis of assembled structures with sliding contact (e.g., bearings).
Strength analysis of composite materials and products made from them. Preliminary assessment of characteristics of new composite materials. Modeling the behavior of
a composite after the onset of failure.
Resonance frequency analysis of structures.
Deformation analysis under heating with heat conduction (including additive manufacturing).

Oil and Gas and Mining Industries

Stability analysis of quarry walls during open-pit mining operations.
Analysis of oil and gas properties of the rock.
Evaluation of drilling and enhanced oil recovery stimulation zones in terms
of cost minimization and risk reduction.
Forecasting changes in reservoir productivity due to deformation accumulation.
Stability analysis of wellbore considering stress redistribution in the formation during drilling.
Predictive analysis of the likelihood
of accidents during mining operations.
Optimization of drilling routes based on a digital model of the rock mass.

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