The most current technology, including finite element and boundary element methods, is applied to the stress analysis of gas turbine components at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI). SwRI is a pioneer in probabilistic structural mechanics, which integrates computational mechanics and probabilistic methods to manage distribution of material properties, dimensions, and loads. Computational facilities include a central VAX computer, distributed workstations, and access to CRAY supercomputers. Available numerical codes include ABAQUS, ANSYS, and NASTRAN.
SwRI can offer you a full range of capabilities and experience in gas turbine technology including becoming an extension of your engineering department.
Contact us for more information about our gas turbine stress and thermal analysis capabilities. To contract with SwRI, please contact the Machinery Services Hotline at +1 210 522 3000.
For more information, contact David L. Ransom or call +1 210 522 5281.