​​​​​​​Fatigue analysis delivers the final assessment of component´s structural durability performance bringing together all system information generated by measurement, MBS and FEA. Because many influences interact during crack formation, accurate input from loads, material data and FE-models are decisive for quality of prediction.


  • Components for electrification and alternative propulsion systems including the wide range of loadings (from frequency to time domain)
  • Fatigue analyses up to date with new production technologies (AM, new joining technologies,….)
  • CO2 saving due to weight reduction (optimization, material utilization,  …)
  • Challenges of new transportation systems on fatigue (ADAS, car sharing,…)
  • Engineering challenges with alternative propulsion systems of vehicles (electrification, fuel cell,…)​​​​​​​


FEMFAT is a universally applicable software program for the fatigue analysis of statically and/or dynamically loaded components and complete systems. Based on stresses from finite element analysis, FEMFAT delivers analysis results such as fatigue life or damage as well as safety factors.


Our portfolio covers the full range of typical customer needs for numerical structural analysis. We offer all related services, starting with guidance for the definition of the analysis task (model extent, boundary conditions, loads, methodology) up to the professional interpretation of the results and providing feasible design recommendations.

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​​​​​​​This award honors scientific works focused on fatigue life and durability, as well as applications and future developments in fatigue life prediction. Introduced at the FEMFAT Usermeeting, the FEMFAT Academic Award will be presented at the ECS Simulation Conference 2023.