Engineering analysis is the branch of engineering that uses numerical tools to solve engineering problems.
ARA Engineering uses these tools to improve its customer’s products.
Using these tools is almost always less expensive than prototyping, and it can inspire new insights into how
the products work. Engineering analysis should not replace prototyping, but it can reduce the number of prototypes or the number of design—prototype cycles.
The most common tools are finite element analysis and computational fluid dynamics. However, there are other tools not frequently mentioned. These include motion simulation, multi physics analysis, optical ray tracing, 3D solid modeling, and systems modeling. For more explanation follow this link: What Is Engineering Analysis?
ARA Engineering has internal scientific experts and a network of external ones covering many areas of science. If your company has a difficult technical problem that does not fit into any typical categories, ARA Engineering may be able to help.