Computational Analysis

Monitor's Engineering Design Analysis portfolio includes a variety of core strategic engineering alliances. These strategic engineering alliances allow us to offer the most complete cooling system design solutions including engineered product designs that require development using predictive analysis design tools.



  • Linear Stress and Displacement Analysis
  • Non-Linear Contact with Friction
  • Large Deformation/Yielding/Plasticity
  • Transient Loading and Impact
  • Straight and Tapered Helical Thread Analysis
  • Fastener Preload and Joint Simulations
  • Time Dependent Creep and Stress Relaxation
  • Hyper Elastic Materials
  • Weld Joint Simulation
  • Complex Load Sequencing
  • Fatigue / Fracture Mech
  • Linear and Rotational Acceleration
  • Thermal Conduction and Strain
  • Press Fit / Shrink Fit Simulations
  • Contact / Force / Pressure
  • Gasket Interface


Forced vibration simulations can provide a great deal of insight into how a particular design responds to a range of excitation frequencies with specified amplitudes. Forced vibration simulations apply a single sinusoidal excitation force at a constant or varying amplitude over a specified range of frequencies. This class of simulations also has the ability to emulate physical shaker table testing within a virtual environment by not only providing an excitation source, but also by allowing for results extractions at specified spatial locations similar to physical test instrumentation.

Integration of forced vibration simulation within the early stages of product design can dramatically reduce the number of physical iterations and time associated with physical testing by simulating within a virtual environment.

  • Modal Frequency and Shape Analysis
  • Pre-stressed Modal Analysis
  • Linear and Rotational Forced Vibration
  • Random Vibrations
  • Transient Dynamic Analysis
  • Rigid Body Dynamic Analysis
  • Mechanisms and Forces
  • Mass-Elastic Analysis and Diagrams



Utilizing Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) during the design process can help certain designs to increase insight into performance, while reducing physical testing costs and compressing project timelines. CFD simulation services assist design teams with identifying design issues before physical prototyping or final production. This enables teams to rapidly optimize designs within a virtual simulation environment. Customers can receive significant benefits both in cost and project lead time when utilizing CFD simulation services compared to traditional trial and error approaches.


  • Incompressible and Compressible Fluid Flow
  • Porous Media
  • Valve Analysis (Pressure, Force, Flow)
  • Convective and Conductive Heat Transfer
  • Forced or Natural Convection
  • Free Surface Flows
  • Cavitation Simulation
  • Erosion Analysis
  • Pump and Fan Curve Conditions
  • Scalar Mixing and Two-Phase Flow