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Virtual Analysis of The Wishbone Suspension for Mobility Concepts

FEA simulations on wishbone are run to analyze the strength and effects of loads on the geometry under different composite materials. Damage evolution criteria is also applied to successfully predict the potential failures that might occur in the part that is subjected to dynamic loadings. This helps optimize the wishbone for strength and robustness while understanding its behavior in real-life loading conditions..

“A highly skilled team leader that can manage the team directly and complete any project.”

Abdul Muizz JamalGroup Member

Tanaka Mura Dislocation Model for Fatigue Crack Initiation

This dislocation model is a scientific and engineering framework used to understand and predict the initiation of fatigue cracks in materials. This model is a valuable tool in the field of materials science and mechanical engineering, especially in assessing the durability and reliability of structural components subject to cyclic loading.

“Ms. Shujaat has been a fast learner and has learnt many different aspects of different aspects of mechanical engineering such as simulations using industrial software, and with her eagerness to learn, she developed various technical and soft skills while working with us. Her team working skills and friendly nature allowed her to adapt to the team effortlessly and she quickly became an integral part of the projects that were assigned to her.”

Muhammad Shahrukh SaeedFounder of Additech-Sim

Chassis Jig Formula Student

In Formula Student, a chassis jig is a critical tool and fixture used in the design and manufacturing process of the racing car's chassis. Formula Student is an engineering competition where university teams design, build, and race small formula-style race cars. The chassis jig plays a crucial role in ensuring the precision and quality of the chassis, which is the car's structural backbone.

“She works just as hard as anyone but with a different flame. She's behind the excellent design of the chassis NAS'19 runs on.”

Nust Formula Student TeamNFST

Dynamic Vibration Absorber:

A dynamic vibration absorber, also known as a tuned mass damper or simply a vibration absorber, is a mechanical device designed to reduce or counteract the vibrations and oscillations in a structure or system caused by external forces, resonance, or other sources of mechanical excitation. It achieves this by introducing a secondary mass-spring-damper system that is tuned to a specific frequency to counteract the undesired vibrations.

Altair Digital Twin Competition (Winner)

The concept of "Digital Twin Mechatronics Simulation Model-Based Controller Design with a 3D + 1D System Co-Simulation Engine" represents a cutting-edge approach in the field of mechatronics and control engineering. This innovative methodology combines the power of digital twins, mechatronics modeling, and advanced co-simulation techniques to design and optimize controllers for complex systems.

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