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Delonix Solutions Engineering Capabilities

Engineering is the core capability of Delonix Solutions (Delonix). Having for primary objective to deliver advanced design solutions to our clients, Delonix employs engineers with a thorough technical knowledge and a deep understanding of the construction industry.

Our expertise includes:

Delonix’ engineering team uses a mixture of design codes, as defined in our work order, and a number of modelling tools based on the Finite Element Method and the Discrete Element Method as illustrated in the screenshots above. The early recognition of the potential of the modelling techniques by our people was a vector in their exposition to a wide range of engineering problems.

Delonix typically uses the Finite Element Method for the following:

Discrete Element Modelling is mainly used to assess the bulk flows and the wall pressure of critical material handling equipment.

Focused on the Resources, Oil & Gas and Heavy Industry, Delonix continuously improves its design procedures to overcome projects' challenges. We are specialised in the engineering of the following equipment, systems and constructions:

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Our service offer includes conceptualisation, engineering, detail design and documentation for fabrication, independent verification and integrity assessment. We work directly for our clients or collaborate with reputable engineering firms. Our open corporate policies facilitate and promote our services to deliver work packages as subcomponents of large engineering projects.

Delonix business process integrates parametric 3D modelling at every stage of its projects. We leverage our technical abilities with the constant improvements occurring in the computing and information technology industries. Part of our business strategy is the adaptation of a PLM system to our business procedures as an infrastructure to manage and share engineering and construction data.

Flexible, Delonix also masters engineering in 2D. However, Delonix limits its scope of work in 2D to the delivery of engineering drawings and strongly recommends shop detailling using 3D.