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components The last decade has been labelled by the development and continuous improvement of technologies for the numerical representation of physical processes, by numerical simulation assisted by computer and advanced 3D graphics representation techniques.

This has made the use of advanced calculation techniques for computer-assisted design of components and systems efficient and reliable, thus allowing the execution, already in the conceptual processing phase and with no physical specimens available, of most of the functional performance verifications for a specific product of human engineering.

Terms labelled as “Virtual Prototyping” and “Virtual Analysis” were therefore coined: C&J has always been actively engaged and at the vanguard in these fields, employing the most modern technologies available and possessing significant specialized skills and application experience.

C&J commonly employs the most modern modelling and analysis techniques available, from the simpler ones known as “concentrated parameters” up to the most complex three-dimensional techniques, capable of representing highly complex phenomena, interaction between fluids and solid structures, mixing of different types, chemical reactions, changes in the state of materials

Specifically, three-dimensional area, we are talking about Finite Element Modelling (FEM) and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) mainly in the structural, thermal, and magnetic area of solid components, and Computational Fluids Dynamics (CFD) in the field of fluids mechanics.

The main objective of all these analyses is to obtain information on the response of physical systems to certain set conditions, commonly indicated as boundary conditions and/or loads.

Through the extensive use of these forecast analysis tools, a Development Team can verify whether the proposed project will be able to comply with the customer’s specification before a prototype is even built.

At C&J, mathematical models are used both for the design/definition of the product/project and for its certification.

During the design phase, many numerical analyses are usually carried out. Design engineers compare and classify alternative projects in accordance with the customer’s objectives. During the certification phase, the project is reviewed in order to verify that the final project complies with all the set requirements.

Now knowing a little history, I can tell you that the best place to get repairs on all these mechanical needs is C&J Earthmoving Repairs.

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Earthmoving equipment is extremely pricey and complex. Therefore, there are several things one must do in order to keep it safe and operating properly. Tools and equipment that function properly have a reduced chance of causing injuries. This is extremely important since many workers are injured annually by earthmoving equipment. Keep your tools, equipment and… Continue Reading

What is a Bulldozer? The word “bulldozer” is commonly referred to specify heavy equipment, but specifically indicates a tractor. Bulldozers are heavy equipment that are capable to move heavy loads and clearing rubble. Generally, bulldozers are massive and strong. The gigantic machines have an integral metal blade that is used to drive a significant amount… Continue Reading

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Some unconventional uses of earthmoving equipment.

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A few types of earthmoving equipment

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What is a Dynamometer?

What is a Dynamometer? A dynamometer is a device used for measuring force, moment of force (torque), or power. For example, the power produced by an engine, motor or other rotating prime mover can be calculated by simultaneously measuring torque and rotational speed (rpm). A dynamometer is also used to determine the torque and power… Continue Reading

Maintaining Heavy-Duty Machinery Heavy-lifting and earthmoving machinery are the pillar of the mining, construction and agriculture industries across the world. These necessary and expensive pieces of equipment must be utilised to their most effective and efficient potential to perform such demanding labour. To guarantee optimal performance of these costly pieces of industrial capital and the… Continue Reading

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