Physics Simulation

Producing engineering innovation requires the ability to predict outcomes of engineering decisions. This requires the ability to model physical situations mathematically, and “run” those mathematical models on computers.

Most of our engineering projects require us to perform advanced simulation. Where possible, we use standard simulation software. In cases where such a software is not available, or where more speed or accuracy is required, we have written our own simulation software.

Simulation methods we have used include finite element methods, pseudo-spectral methods, grid-based methods, Monte-Carlo methods, modal decomposition methods, closed form solution methods and more.