Manufacturing Simulation

Ensure certainty in your product design.

Is your business being held back by outdated product development and validation? Embrace simulation to elevate the functionality of your products, to exceed customer expectations, and command premium prices.

Optimize your designs to predict how they will perform in the real world.

Reduce or eliminate the need for physical prototypes and time-consuming testing. Empower a more energized design engineer workforce to validate designs sooner and to launch better products faster.
Set the Pace In Your Industry
Accelerate your business’s growth by releasing new products and entering new markets at lightning speed. Don’t miss a beat – seize every opportunity to outpace the competition and boost market share and revenue.
Catch Design Problems Early
Reduce product iterations, engineering change orders, and physical prototype dependency. Identify and address issues early in the design process to avoid delays, missed deadlines, and costly recalls.
Build a Reputation for Innovation
Unleash the power of next-generation technologies to elevate your brand’s image and attract new partners and customers. Make informed product quality decisions through rapid early-stage exploration before committing to final designs.
Increase Business Agility
Improve your responsiveness to customer requests and adapt to the changing business landscape. Respond quickly to any adversity, whether market, supply chain, or product-related. Test products faster and earlier to ensure compliance at every stage.
Connect People and Processes
Empower your entire engineering team with simulation capabilities. Unite disparate departments with a smooth flow of data. Foster cross domain-collaboration by automating workflows, integrating systems, and sharing and reusing IP more effectively.
Attract and Retain Talent
Foster a culture of innovation that keeps your top talent engaged and motivated. Empower your remote and in-office employees to achieve their full potential and watch as they solve complex problems and uncover new revenue streams.
Quick & Comprehensive Testing
Make informed product quality decisions through rapid early-stage exploration before committing to final designs. Elevate the functionality of your products to exceed customer expectations and charge premium prices.
Be More Agile and Adaptable
Improve your responsiveness to customer requests and adapt to the changing business landscape. Quickly pivot in response to any adversity, whether market, political, or product-related.

Explore Simulation

Learn how KETIV brings simulation consulting, strategies, and the tools to streamline product development and testing

KETIV + Ansys

Build with Certainty

KETIV partners with Ansys, a company with simulation baked into their DNA. They have the broadest, deepest, and most powerful portfolio of simulation solutions and over 50 years at the forefront of the industry.

With KETIV’s expertise as an Elite Channel Partner supporting Ansys’s open and flexible architecture, you can integrate Ansys technologies into your existing enterprise environment and experience a rapid return on investment.

Let us help you streamline your engineering processes and eliminate design uncertainty.

Real, Measurable Results

  • Fewer physical prototypes
  • Streamlined design iterations and change orders
  • Less scrap, material loss, and rework
  • Reduced design cycle time
  • Decreased direct product cost
  • Less time spent rectifying design failures
  • Increased workforce proficiency
  • Lower-cost verification and validation
  • Quicker response to RFPs
  • More engineering time spent on innovation
  • Boosted CSAT score

Simulation Success Story

LaunchPoint Steps Into the Future of Aerospace

LaunchPoint is an aerospace propulsion company. With the help of Ansys simulation software and KETIV, they’re transitioning from an R&D group to a full manufacturing company. Simulation helps them quickly create, iterate, and validate designs while reducing cost and risk.

What is Simulation?

What Can Simulation Do?

Simulation is the use of computer models and algorithms to predict a product’s behavior under various conditions. Affordable and easy-to-use, simulation software reduces or eliminates the need for physical prototypes and time-consuming testing, enabling design engineers to launch better products faster.

Simulation Use Cases Are Endless

Simulation can be used in many different industries, including aerospace, automotive, industrial equipment, high-tech, and more. It can also optimize a wide range of product characteristics, including strength, durability, efficiency, and cost.

Sustainable Products and A Better World

By bringing engineering and manufacturing solutions to life in a virtual setting, design engineers can make crucial safety decisions before accidents occur. They can design superior products that are environmentally sustainable and solve problems they didn’t even know existed.

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Simulation: The Future of Manufacturing is Now

There is a wide array off simulations used in manufacturing and product design. Let’s review a high-level list:


How loading conditions affect a product or system.

  • Stress analysis: How a component or assembly will behave when subject to real-world physical forces.
  • Dynamic analysis: How a product will move under various operating conditions and loadings.
  • Thermo analysis: How temperature will change within a product or system and whether it will operate within safe limits.
  • Impact/Crash Analysis: Whether a vehicle or structure will protect its occupants in the event of a collision or impact.
  • Durability: At what point a product will fail due to fatigue.


How air, water, oil, and other fluids flow through a product or system.

  • CHT (Conjugate Heat Transfer): How heat will transfer between solids and fluid(s).
  • FSI (Fluid Structure Interaction): How internal or surrounding fluid flow will affect a product.
  • CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics): Numerical analysis of fluid flows.


How an electronic device or circuit behaves.

  • High Frequency: Modeling electronic circuits and systems at frequencies typically higher than 1 MHz (megahertz), such as those for antennas.
  • Low Frequency: Modeling electronic circuits and systems at frequencies typically below 1 MHz (megahertz), such as those for audio communications systems.
  • Optics: Modeling systems that involve light propagation, such as fiber-optic cables or optical sensors.

Vibration and Acoustics

How structures and systems will respond to vibrational loads and how sound waves will propagate through various mediums.

Do it all with multi-physics simulation.

Simulation Articles from KETIV

Simulation for Stress Analysis: What You Need to Know
Stress analysis-an engineering discipline based on solid mechanics-is a crucial element of mechanical engineering. Why? Because an engineering component can fail due to stress, often with dire consequences. Whether the object of study is a table leg, a cell phone in a drop test, a human spine, or an integrated circuit, the method of inquiry-stress […]
8 Transformative Benefits of AI in Manufacturing
AI was introduced in manufacturing in the late 1970s. But nothing much changed until 1997. In 1997, a computer powered by AI called Deep Blue beat chess champion, Garry Kasparov. After that, manufacturers realized the key to efficiency, productivity, and profitability lay not in humans but in machines. Since then, AI in manufacturing has evolved […]