Kysilko Engineering

Engineering & Simulations

We offer support in construction or we will take your project into our own hands. If you need a single-purpose device, we are here for you. We will design a device according to your ideas and requirements


After a closer acquaintance with your requirements, we will design the equipment and give you a non-binding quotation.


We will provide you with drawings in the form of digital data and also drawings in paper form


The simulation itself takes into account the loads acting on the product.Using finite element modelling (FEM), your 3D model is divided into small elements, which then form the finite-element model.Forces and loads are applied to this model and the result is the stress distribution in the case of strength analysis.If we are talking about dynamic analysis, first the natural frequencies of the model are calculated and then the response of the product to the different frequencies.The thermal analysis is used to verify the functionality when exposed to thermal radiation and or when conducting heat through the product.

Evaluation and improvement

The evaluation of the simulation proceeds in several steps. In the case of strength analysis, the first step is to look at the stress distribution according to the Von Mises criterion and determine if the load is too large. If the stress is too large, we recommend using a better material and or reducing the operating stress if possible. However, if the linear stress does not exceed the yield strength of the material used by a factor of several, we examine the stress in more detail to determine if the stress exceeds the strength limit of the material. Of course this depends on the operating conditions. However, in the vast majority of applications, the stresses should not exceed the yield strength. In dynamic analysis, it is again important to avoid frequencies that are close to the natural frequency of the product.