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Glew Engineering Consulting provides engineering consulting and engineering services. Our practice has grown to include highly skilled engineers who specialize in many high technology and fundamental engineering disciplines across multiple industries. Most of our engineers have decades of experience in the Silicon Valley.
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Our engineers, scientists, and consultants are highly innovative, have decades of experience each, and bring with them a large body of technical and business knowledge across many fields. Many of our consultants have multiple patents, published in various publications, have experience giving technical presentations, and have held management positions in industry. These decades of experience with technologies include industries including semiconductor equipment, IC design, EDA, CAD, fiber-optics, telecom/datacom (Telecom, Datacom, and Fiber Optics), photovoltaic cell manufacturing, flat panel dispay, LED manufacturing, as well as general mechanical engineering and electrical engineering. Our people can help you to design, analyze, and improve your product design, reliability, and your manufacturing processes.
So if your company needs assistance in mechanical engineering (Mechanical), electrical engineering,(Electrical Engineering), materials science, Computer Aided Design or CAD (CAD), finite element analysis (FEA), EDA (EDA blog), process engineering, equipment engineering, or requires some assistance as an engineering expert in an upcoming trial or arbitration (Litigation Support), our team of Engineering Consultants are professionally trained to meet your business requirements.
Our engineers' extensive experience allows Glew Engineering to help you in an expedient and efficient manner, even for complex problem. Contact Glew Engineering today to get your project underway.
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Figure 1: Shear stress results for our concrete slab simulation. The red area of high compression is where the corner of the square-shaped supporting column holds up the slab.© Glew Engineering Consulting, 2016 Welcome to the final entry in our finite element analysis (FEA) blog series, in which I'll discuss a little about analyzing and evaluating FEA results. Over the course of this...Read more
Figure 1: Mars Exploration RoverBy NASA/JPL/Cornell University, Maas Digital LLC [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Read more
Figure 1: Displacement results for our concrete slab simulation. The slab is supported in the center by a square column, and on the sides by a theoretical wall.© Glew Engineering Consulting, 2016 Time now for the last in our blog series on FEA. I’ve previously discussed how to set up CAD for FEA, how to mesh that CAD model and the different types of analysis that FEA programs can...Read more
Figure 1: Mesh, loads and constraints, ready for analysis Welcome again to our series on finite element analysis (FEA). In the last blogs, I covered steps on setting up a computer-aided design (CAD) model and how to set up the mesh and boundary conditions, the most crucial steps in FEA simulation. In this blog, I’ll look at the actual simulation and analysis, which can be...Read more
Figure 1: Giovanni Domenico Cassini We’ve been taking a break from hard-hitting mechanical engineering and materials science blogs with some pieces on the Italian masters of science, mathematics and engineering in the 16-19th centuries. In previous blogs, I explored the lives and contributions of mathematician/physicist Evangelista Torricelli and physicist/engineer Giovanni...Read more
Figure 1: Closeup, exploded view of our concrete slab mesh© Glew Engineering Consulting, 2016 We'll continue on now with our blog series on finite element analysis (FEA). After discussing how to best set up a computer-aided design (CAD) model for FEA simulation, in this blog I'll cover the next step: meshing the model and applying boundary conditions. "Meshing" is the process by which...Read more