DAG Engineering Services provide a broad range of activities, from full project responsibility and product co-developments, to overload contracting, technology transfer, contract research, and engineering methods auditing. Our expertise ranges throughout the product development cycle: from concept and initial design optimization, to detailed modeling and predictive studies, to prototype refinement by hardware testing. Work can be carried out in the field, on your premises, or in one of our Technology Partner's Engineering Centers. We can be deployed as a partner to meet expected work overloads in your department, or, as has happened on more than one occasion, respond to a crisis call by the very next day.
The approach goes beyond the diagnosis of a problem to the engineering of a solution. Increasingly, we are taking full responsibility for the functional performance of the complete product.
We've also helped organizations to develop breakthrough strategies for functional performance engineering: one that starts with auditing your current processes against the benchmarks in your industry, then aligns your work processes, technology and human competence to your overall corporate goals, and ends by deploying the technology in a pilot program. Our objective is to make your team experts in their own right. So they'll be upfront alongside us - sharing our ideas, hunches, and tremendous reservoir of experience we've gained over the years. It's an open approach that's very rare in industry: but one that will save you time, money, and many man-months of learning the hard way.
DAG offers consultancy services to all companies, SME or industrial groups, concerned with mechanical, structural and thermal design, testing simulation and products performance assessment problems.
Our engineering teams provide their Knowledge and Know-How through a complete offer linked to DAG software solutions for products design, analysis, optimization and thermo-mechanical simulation.
DAG's fields of expertise include in particular:
Linear and non linear structural analyses using the Finite Element Method;
Static, kinematics and dynamic analyses in mechanics;
Stationary or transient thermal analyses;
Coupled thermo-mechanical analyses;
Composite or metallic materials;
Correlation and model updating.