is a mechanical engineering consulting company, established around Turin since 2002, expert in virtual simulation and analysis, based on finite element method (FEM), applied to product research and development. A light and flexible organization covers three business areas: virtual prototyping, crash simulation and software development, in different market fields.
Our mission is to develop engineering skills and research for innovations to provide our clients with competitive and customized services, performing simulations reliable and cost-effective, especially during the phases of product development and testing.
Phitec Ingegneria provides significant contribution to the level of accuracy, efficiency and know-how of the structural simulations supplied to the Italys main car makers and suppliers. Thanks to its team of FEM specialists, supporting Clients with continuous development of skills and capabilities; and to its commitment in industrial research.
Finished elements modelling; design optimization - with mass reduction or of the number of components of a product, the same performance; improvement of resistance with the same mass or technology of production. Stress-analysis, fluid dynamics simulation, life-cycle fatigue and vibrations analysis. Simulation of the assembly of a complex product.
Computational fluid dynamics
Fluid dynamics simulations, consulting on OpenFoam software implementation.
Crash simulations, also to verify homologation with reference to international standards - as for example: NCAP, ECE - of complete vehicles; child car seats; seats and other contents of the vehicle, dummies included; pedestrian impact. Drop tests, ball-drop and misuse tests on finished mechanical products, assemblies and components, either mechanical either electronic.
We develop tools that support simulation activities, as in 2007 with a new tool released for the Motorola Research Centre in Turin. The software is useful for engineers in fields such automotive, railway, aeronautic and aerospace. We also focus on continuous improvement of the efficiency of our internal pre-processing and post-processing.