The Wartech engineering team includes diversified and experienced system engineers as well as mechanical, electrical, industrial, and manufacturing engineers.
Wartech Engineering can support your project at every stage of development. We have demonstrated our engineering, analysis, and design capabilities over many programs for the defense, aerospace, and commercial industries.
As your engineering design and manufacturing partner, you can count on Wartech to relentlessly deliver sophisticated engineering, innovative product design, advanced analysis, and high-quality manufacturing.
Modeling and Analysis
We use Nastran and other simulation software to make analysis-driven design decisions:
- Stress and deflection
- Shock and Vibration simulation
- Nonlinear stress and deflection
- Thermal analysis
- Fatigue and service live analysis
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
We provide high-end solid modeling, design, and simulation using:
- PTC Creo 7
- Other popular packages
- We can import or export data from most common modeling and analysis packages
Using our Parallel Analysis and Design (PAD) process, we evaluate requirements, develop designs and constantly analyze them to guide design, manufacturing and integration efforts.
PAD is our concurrent engineering process – it ensures that requirements are driven into our designs, and that the designs are fully supported by analysis at each step.
- Distillation of critical performance requirements
- Conceptual design with analytically-driven trade studies
- Design maturation with parallel parametric design and finite element analysis and parallel supporting analysis
- Drawings and documentation from parametric models
- Reviews and reports
FULL - PROJECT SOLUTIONS FROM CONCEPTUALIZATION THROUGH COMPLETION
PARALLEL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (PAD)
PAD is Wartech’s concurrent engineering process. It ensures that requirements are driven into our designs, and that the designs are fully supported by analysis at each step.
CONCEPT DESIGN AND BOUNDING ANALYSIS
MATURE DESIGN AND DETAILED ANALYSIS
We begin with the distillation of critical performance requirements. The next steps in our process work in parallel on the conceptual design with analytically-driven trade studies.
Design maturation with parallel parametric design, finite element analysis, and parallel supporting analysis are the next phase of our process. Drawings and documentation from parametric models are our guide.