FVA GmbH

FVA GmbH
Lyoner Straße 18
60528 Frankfurt am Main
+49 69 6603 1663

FVA GmbH is a joint venture of VDMA (Verband Deutscher Maschinen- und Anlagenbau, the Mechanical Engineering Industry Association) and FVA e.V. (Research Association for Drive Technology). Founded in 2010, FVA GmbH works hand-in-hand with top-level German research institutions and leading companies from the drive technology industry toward the active transfer of FVA research findings into industrial practice. Core competencies are the development of drive technology calculation and simulation software, processing and conversion of legacy code structures into modern software architectures, professional service and support, and hosting technical seminars and conferences.

Services for the drive technology industry

 

Trainings
On- and offline trainings deliver valuable specialist knowledge in a clear and practical way, from the basics to the latest expertise.
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Services
FVA experts provide design, calculation, and automation assistance.
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Conferences
On- and offline conferences focus on trends and key technologies. International experts share the latest research findings and practical experience.
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FVA-Workbench – Software for the drive technology industry

The FVA-Workbench is a powerful, manufacturer-independent tool for the simulation and calculation of transmission systems. As product development cycles become shorter, powerful modeling approaches and calculation algorithms become increasingly important. The predominantly analytical approaches in the FVA-Workbench deliver fast and reliable solutions to all important issues related to drive technology. For bodies that cannot be accurately described analytically, the results are supplemented by suitable numerical methods. The intuitive modeling techniques in the FVA-Workbench enable simulation of consistent, valid, and manufacturable gears every time.

The calculations are developed, analyzed, and validated in research projects by Forschungsvereinigung Antriebstechnik e.V. (FVA, the Research Association for Drive Technology). Through member contributions and public funding, the FVA is able to organize 17 million euros annually in research projects at leading German universities, chairs, and research institutions. The FVA-Workbench serves as a knowledge platform that makes the results of FVA research projects available and accessible to all engineers, without having to read through and study countless pages of scientific documentation.
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