FEAC Engineering P.C. is an engineering & consulting company, highly specialized in Simulation Driven Product Development & physics-based Digital Twins. The company is based in Greece and operates in the global market by developing and providing specialized simulation software and consulting services, to solve challenging & complex engineering problems.
FEAC’s worldwide awarded services range from Computer Aided Design (CAD) drafting, advanced multi-physics Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Boundary Element Analysis (BEM) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) and design optimization techniques. There is extensive experience in project management & certification of products (CE marking) as well. FEAC combines 1D-simulation (aka system simulation) with detailed 3D simulation techniques (CFD, FEM, BEM) to build up a comprehensive Digital Twin of the process or object/assembly, not only in the phase of the development, but also in the phase of realization (manufacturing process) and operation (under operational conditions). This allows FEAC to create a Holistic Digital Twin throughout the product’s lifecycle. Our expertise is to develop multi-physics, high-fidelity simulations that couple structural mechanics, heat transfer, fluid flow, electromagnetics, acoustics, etc., and represent the mechanical behaviour of components under complex environmental conditions.
Due to the company’s high expertise in Simulation, Siemens Digital Industries Software has appointed FEAC Engineering as the exclusive authorized partner of its CAE portfolio in the countries of Greece, Cyprus & Malta. FEAC develops PITHIA-CP, a world-leading Boundary Element Solver for Cathodic Protection Digital Twins, which is used by SIEMENS as an add-on on its Simcenter 3D software portfolio.
FEAC has offered its expertise in physics-based simulations to numerous engineering companies, product manufacturers from a wide range of industries, research centres and universities yielding to an impressive portfolio of delivered projects.