Analytical Service Pty Ltd
Analytical Service Pty Ltd is a small team of specialists in engineering mechanics with a particular emphasis on Applied Dynamics. We are familiar with a large range of industrial applications, such as machinery, light structures, buildings and rock/soil problems.
We specialize in structural dynamics and have experience in diverse range of applications including buildings, containers, aerospace structures, automotive structures, ships, machinery, piping and pressure vessels.
Our special interest group is the transient events. This category includes such phenomena as shock, impact and collision. Our team has a long familiarity with those and with their quantification. This category also includes accidental events of many kinds, the area in which we have a very long experience. Another topic is the action of explosives. We have an intimate knowledge of those effects on material objects and the methodology in place to evaluate those.
Our main tool of work is Finite Element Analysis (implicit and explicit) with which we have been active since 1966.We employ state-of-the-art software to create realistic simulation of events of dynamic nature.
An assignment is carried in a way designed to fit an available budget.
|· Structural Analysis
· Structural Dynamics
· Finite Element Analysis
|· Blast Wave `
· Shock Load
· Accident Analysis
|· Computer Simulations
· Shock Wave effects
· Fragmentation of structures
CAPABILITIES IN DYNAMICS
Analytical Service Company is a small team of specialists in Engineering Mechanics. A major area of our expertise is the dynamics of structures and mechanical systems. We have done substantial work in the following industrial applications:
- Piping and Pressure Vessels
- Aerospace Structures
- Explosive Effects on Structures
just to name a few. Another way of dividing the scope is with respect to an essential object rather than product type above, namely: Mechanisms and Machines, Shell and Plates, Fluid/Structure Interaction and Continuous Medium.
The following listing of some more interesting projects, in which we were involved, should give you a fair idea of the extent of our experience.
Analysis of impact of a 10 ton anchor against a protective dome of Boston Harbor ocean outfall. (Large deflections, plasticity and liquid/structure interaction.)
- Mechanical analysis of a bomb disposal vehicle under various operating conditions.
- Impact of a heavy reinforcing strut against an offshore platform structure.
- Design and analysis of a blast protection wall for an offshore structure.
- Simulation of a front-end crash of a passenger automobile.
- Dynamic response of a large power plant precipitator to a hammer impact.
- Vibration of soil/footing/machine system of a large precipitator fan.
- Dynamics of bomb ejection from Mirage bomb rack. (Modeling of structure undergoing self-separation.)
- Transient response of a Karinga bomb due to tail retarder forces.
- Analysis of a two-meter cable winding and twisting drum.
- Study of a locomotive impact against a road tanker.
- Response of concrete slab to impact by a heavy fuel container.
- Analysis and design of pipe-whip restraints for power piping in nuclear power stations.
- Seismic response of buildings, structures and piping systems.
- Waterhammer in a power piping system.
- Dynamic response of a submarine reactor to a nearby explosion.
- Shock and random dynamic response of a thin-wall fuel tank for AMX weapon system.
- Analysis of structural integrity of a large, nuclear fuel container dropped against a hard surface.
- Response of a containment building due to explosive increase in pressure.
- Vibrations of the Chayenne helicopter rotor control system.
- In-depth studies of rock blasting processes and formulation of new models explaining those. Near- and medium-range response to blast within the rock mass.
- Close-range response to airblast.
- Response of a multistory building to a shock damage of a base column.
- Seismic analysis of the Ozpoz telescope module.
- Aircraft protective structure for the nuclear reactor in Lucas Heights, Sydney.
- Structural effects of a ceramic pressure vessel burst; shock wave and shrapnels
- Fragmentation patterns, standard and proposed 5” artillery shell
* Response of a multistory building to an explosion at the ground floor
* The effects of explosive charges on a reinforced concrete slab
* Damage to a large bridge arising from an aircraft impact.
*Response of a high-rise building to rock pounding at nearby sea floor
* High-speed automotive collisions simulation.
*Surface vibrations induced by underground blasting.
*Physical security barriers
*Design of composite ballistic panels
*Simulated building collapses