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CADFEM (Suisse) AG

CADFEM is a company providing comprehensive services for computer aided engineering, focused on FEM and CFD methods, offering software distribution, hardware installation, training, consulting, support and development of customer-specific applications for the software products that we distribute.

CADFEM (Suisse) AG
Employees
28
CAE-Engineers
17
Countries
1
Locations
2
Founded
1985
website http://www.cadfem.ch
Main Office CADFEM (Suisse) AG
Wittenwilerstrasse 25
8355 Aadorf
Switzerland
Other offices Renens
Contact Person Dipl. Ing. Markus Dutly
Phone: +41 52 368 01 02
Fax: +41 52 368 01 09

The name CADFEM stands for excellence in software solutions and customer services. Our expertise, long-standing experience, highly motivated engineers, tight partnerships with major software makers and connections to numerous research institutes take us one step ahead in a highly competitive market. Close cooperation between our departments and with our customers builds a solid foundation for efficient engineering.

CADFEM (Suisse) AG
Transcatheter aortic valve: Representation of the simulation steps

CAE Software Sale

Since CADFEM offers only the world´s leading finite element tools, you can trust our numbers. No matter what your analysis needs look like, our products cover virtually the full spectrum of general-purpose simulation applications.

A wide range of special-purpose tools completes our product line. A new service is eCADFEM, where an increasing number of our products is available for temporary usage.

CAE Training and Support

We know that finite element analysis can be tough. But with CADFEM´s training and support services you have one less thing to worry about. Whoever wants to learn finite element methods will find an adequate seminar in the CADFEM training schedule. And when the numbers get too tough, our support team is ready to assist via phone, fax, e-mail, on-site or internet collaboration.

Consulting

Let the CADFEM consulting team do your jobs. Experienced specialists are available to help when customers face bottlenecks or require specific know-how. If you can´t wait to apply finite element technology in its full range, we offer relief.

CADFEM (Suisse) AG is certified ANSYS Elite Channel Partner 2015

CADFEM (Suisse) AG

Software

Software Develop-
ment
Distri-
bution
Support Training Customi-
zation
Consul-
ting
ANSYS
ANSYS CFD
ANSYS EKM
ANSYS Explicit Dynamic Solutions
ANSYS Geometry Interfaces
ANSYS HFE
ANSYS HPC
ANSYS LFE
ANSYS Mechanical
ANSYS Multiphysics
ANSYS Polyflow
ANSYS Systemsimulation
CADFEM ANSYS EXTENSIONS
Bolt Assessment inside ANSYS
C.A.V.E. inside ANSYS
FKM inside ANSYS
MOR inside ANSYS
MoldSim NL inside ANSYS
optiSLang inside ANSYS
ESAComp
LS-DYNA
optiSlang

Latest Expertises

Power Line Corona Rings Optimization
CADFEM (Suisse) AG

Power Line Corona Rings Optimization

Innovative silicon insulators for high power transmission lines have been designed with ANSYS. Our customer wanted to design insulators with lower electrical fields than usually available in the market by optimizing the geometrical shape of the conducting corona rings.

Numerical simulation of a transcatheter aortic valve
CADFEM (Suisse) AG

Numerical simulation of a transcatheter aortic valve

In a transcatheter percutaneous aortic valve implantation (TAVI), the interaction of blood, stent and aorta are of central importance to determine implants lifetime.

CFD and FE Analysis of a pressure control valve
CADFEM (Suisse) AG

CFD and FE Analysis of a pressure control valve

Our customer Grande Dixence SA is a leading supplier of electrical power and owner of the tallest gravity dam in the world. Several pressure control valves of the hydroelectric power plant had to be inspected in a revision campaign.

FE Analysis of a grinding machine
CADFEM (Suisse) AG

FE Analysis of a grinding machine

The development of new functionalities of existing machine platforms, as well as the conception of innovative machine-tools can be accelerated by reducing the number of prototypes required prior to the final series release to the market. The mechanical behavior of a grinding machine depends to a great extent on the vibration behavior of single components, selected assemblies and the entire machine. The presence of critical eigenfrequencies and modes inside the rotational speed range of the spindle must be avoided to guarantee the precision of the treatment.

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