FEA FEM ServicesTaking the lead requires world-class Finite Element Analysis (FEA) services and FEA Consulting for your ship design.
Ship Structural Analysis
Our structural engineers understand our client’s needs and are dedicated to realizing the full potential of a vessel no matter how complex the project is. They have experience at the highest level of ship design and want to make your ambitions become reality.
C-Job Nikolayev FEM engineers are dedicated to Clients needs when it comes to ship strength analysis for various structural elements like bulkheads, transverse fames, girders and plates and foundations as well as global analysis and optimization for hull structure.
C-Job Nikolayev can provide skilled engineers in structural analysis to complement the Client’s own team or undertake projects within its own dedicated facilities.
Deep FEM expertise
C-Job FEM experts have an extensive industry experience, with a projects location spread across European countries. C-Job can perform FEA in all of its offices, both in the Netherlands and in Ukraine. The Ukraine office, C-Job Nikolayev, has a team of engineers dedicated to performing FE strength calculations.
C-Job Nikolayev has experience supporting customers with strength calculations on numerous types of vessel: heavy lift crane vessels, ferries, superyachts, drill ships, barges, dredgers, cable layers, etc. This includes strength and fatigue analysis of ship machinery and offshore and onshore wind equipment and components.
Core FEA capabilities:
- Structural Analysis (linear, nonlinear, static, dynamic)
- Thermal Analysis (steady-state, transient)
- Design Optimization
- Sub-models preparation, load transfer and analysis
- Heavy equipment (tiltable ramps, sliding and hinge doors etc.) integration check
- Structure improvement
- Scripting in ANSYS APDL and Femap
Flexibility in Software
Our experts are flexible in software using Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) software applications such as:
- ANSYS Mechanical (WB and APDL)
- Siemens Femap
- Nauticus Hull – 3D Beam
- Nauticus Hull – PULS
Ensured performance of your project
C-Job Nikolayev solutions ensure an enhanced product performance and timely delivery. Customer focus is one of the basic principles that guide us in building relationships with customers.
Experienced team of engineers and managers present services ensure that each ship design project is handled in a most efficient way in terms of time, resources and cost.
C-Job Nikolayev is certified to the ISO 9001:2015 standard in «Ship design and engineering services» which confirms a high level of processes organization and that company is aware of their customer’s requirements, and the need for quality to be consistently improved.
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