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Sussex Chamber – Manufacturing Forum

On 23rd of May 2019, Xuefeng Wu, Director of TriVista Engineering Limited, visited Welland Medical in Crawley, West Sussex to attend the manufacturing forum organised by Sussex Chamber of Commerce.  Manufacturing Forum is a successful format allowing people in manufacturing industry to gather together to share successful stories of British manufacturing, exchange experience in solving…

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ANSYS 2019 Innovation user conference

On 22 May, TriVista staff attended the ANSYS 2019 Innovation conference held at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry. ANSYS detailed their current engineering simulation strategy and the latest (version 19.2) and future product release news covering Structures (Mechanical FEA), Fluids (CFD) and Low-Frequency Electromagnetics. It was also a good opportunity to listen to…

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UK Ansys Innovation Conference May 2018

The annual UK Ansys Innovation Conference was held on 2-3 May 2018 at the UK Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry. ANSYS Inc presented their latest advanced engineering simulation strategy; new product release details; emerging capabilities in the CAE industry; comprehensive details of both Structural (Mechanical) product suite enhancements and fluids (CFD) product suite improvements at…

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Ansys Discovery Live

In later 2017 Ansys announced a new product ‘Ansys Discovery Live’ offering the intriguing capability of instantaneous simulation coupled directly with geometry modification for an interactive ‘real time’ design evaluation that enabled swift product development. On hearing this news as experienced users, we were initially sceptical on the probable result accuracy of instant solutions based on…

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TriVista’s Newhaven

From 1 November 2017, TriVista relocated to the Newhaven Enterprise centre located on Denton Island and adjacent to the Newhaven town centre. TriVista Engineering Limited started as a new company in the Sussex Innovation Centre located on the University of Sussex campus in December 2001 and were based there for the last 16 years. During…

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TriVista ‘graduates’ from the Sussex Innovation Centre.

TriVista Engineering Limited started as a new company in the Sussex Innovation Centre (SINC) located on the University of Sussex campus in December 2001. We were based at the Sussex Innovation Centre for 16 years and this has proved to be a very good and flexible location for our growing business. During this period, TriVista…

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Building ventilation and fire / smoke CFD analyses:

The recent Grenfell Tower fire tragedy has highlighted the importance of fire safety engineering in modern building design. TriVista has recently performed an interesting CFD analysis project predicting both internal building ventilation under specified operating conditions and also smoke contamination in a worst-case fire scenario. The ventilation section of this study had the objective of…

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IMechE – Simulation and Modelling 2017 event

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) is hosting a Simulation and Modelling 2017 event from 12th-13th September in Birmingham. On looking over the agenda, this event looks very interesting covering the latest simulation techniques and insights with regards to computer aided and virtual engineering. Topics being presented include: advances being made in optimisation; the usage…

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TriVista assisted WPL with FEA on Miranda RBC product

WPL Ltd is an internationally recognised leader in the design, manufacture and supply of standardised and bespoke environmental sewage and wastewater management process solutions. TriVista was requested by WPL Ltd to perform Finite Element Analysis (FEA) on their next generation Miranda Rotating Biological Contactor (RBC) product. This highly efficient Miranda RBC is an advancement on…

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FE and CFD result 3D printed colour models:

TriVista’s engineers are very familiar with using the powerful graphical post-processing capabilities of ANSYS for both FE and CFD analysis results that assist in both identifying problem regions and providing a greater understanding of the product. These tools enable distributions and localised peaks to be readily visualised in 3D therefore enabling decisions to be made…

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ANSYS 2017 user conference

  An Ansys user conference was held on 17 May 2017 in Warwick at which ANSYS Inc presented: their latest company news; emerging trends in the CAE industry; details of fluids (CFD) product suite improvements at release 18; Structures (Mechanical) product suite enhancements in latest release 18; Advanced and emerging simulation capabilities and details of…

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Sussex Chamber – Manufacturing Forum

  TriVista Engineering Director, Mr Xuefeng Wu, attended the manufacturing Forum of the Sussex Chamber of Commerce on 23 May 2017 in Burgess Hill. Highlights of the forum were a presentation by Mr Ian Ratcliff the Chief Executive of HPC Precision Engineering on their manufacture capabilities and a tour of the HPC site. Xuefeng said Ian…

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ANSYS 18.1 RELEASE

Ansys Inc. announced the release of Version 18.1 of their engineering analysis software suite on 16 May 2017 enabling engineers to create next-generation products quicker and easier. Mark Hindsbo, ANSYS general manager. “This latest release continues the tradition of having the most complete and accurate solution portfolio in the industry, so our customers can trust…

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ANSYS 17.2

22 August 2016: ANSYS has announced the release of its latest industry-leading engineering simulation solution, ANSYS 17.2, covering all ANSYS products. This final 17.0 series release builds upon existing key technologies to make your Simulation-Driven Product Development faster, easier and more successful. A few 17.2 highlights include: Enhanced workflow for Antenna Design and Large 3-D…

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Rail Live 2016 Exhibition

At the Rail Live 2016 exhibition, Mr Xia President of CRRC Sifang Co and engineering team officially handed over the first of the new Icon 10 road rail vehicles to Mr Gethin Thomas, Business Development Manager of SRS Rail System International. These new Icon 10 type vehicles have higher elevation working platforms relative to the…

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Icon 8 achieves a 99.85% reliability

An Icon 8 road rail vehicle has achieved a 99.85% reliability based on 1000 rail hours in operation both in France and the UK. The Icon 8 is the first of a new type of Icon Mobile Elevated Work Platform road rail vehicles (MEWP RRV’s) jointly developed by SRS International and  CRRC Sifang Co of China…

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