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We can characterize materials and components under extreme operative conditions which include: high strain rates, high and low temperature, and elevated dynamic pressures.
This includes dedicated modeling and analysis tools, software, experimental solutions and innovative testing to accelerate design and product development.
Our staff has several years of experience in the use and development of computational tools, testing materials and developing advanced modeling to support better and accurate design.
TECHDYN is currently developing conductive rubber material for structural health monitoring of hybrid flexible joints for helicopter applications. A constitutive model for predicting piezo-mechanical response of carbon black filled rubber has been developed. At present, modeling activities is focused on modeling damage mechanisms responsibe for fatigue degradation of electrical properties.
TECHDYN Engineering has implemented an advanced material model to support design based analysis of rifle barrel to esure safety, promote flexible design route and increase reliability.
Techdyn Engineering is supporting a world leading manufacturer in the design and assessment of pipe tees and fittings for application in Chinese nuclear power plants. To this puprpose, an advanced modeling scheme for boundary conditions was developed in order to limit the extension of the pipe to be modeled to reduce computational time and increase productivity.
In collaboration with PalMER (Parco Scientifico e Tecnologico del Lazio Meridionale), advanced creep modeling incorporating thermomechanical process is under development. This is a five-years project we are developing a research project on the thermomechanical effect on component creep resistance. Duting this five year project more than a million of creep test hours will be generated in order to build a unique component based database.