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Elsyca’s specialty engineering services enable cost-effective and reliable CP system designs and performance evaluations in line with international standards and all PHMSA requirements for corrosion and safety, or those pertaining to local government regulations, such as Seveso III Directive 2012/18/EU
Elsyca LeakageMaster is an interactive tool for the Acoustic Engineer to identify acoustics leakage paths. You will be able to automatically create plugs and custom sealants, easily manipulate the model and verify the effect of sealing measures on the acoustic leakage.
Elsyca AnodizingManager is the state-of-the-art graphical simulation platform for analyzing the production performance and quality of anodizing processes.
Elsyca PCBPlate is a state-of-the-art graphical simulation platform for enhancing the plating performance of your PCB panel and pattern plating processes.
Elsyca ECoatMaster is a CAD independent software platform for the simulation of the automotive electrocoating process of a body-in-white (BIW).
Elsyca PlatingMaster is a CAD-based simulation software platform for the analysis and optimization of electroplating processes.
Elsyca XPlorer is an interactive simulation results viewer.
Elsyca IRIS - Effortless inductive and resistive interference studies.
Elsyca V-PIMS is a graphical simulation platform for the integrity management of pipeline networks w.r.t. external corrosion.
Elsyca CatPro is a graphical simulation platform for cathodic protection and DC stray current analysis of pipeline networks.
Elsyca CPMaster is a CAD-based software simulation platform for the design and analysis of cathodic protection installations.
Elsyca DAGS is a software simulation tool for the design of vertical deep anode groundbed systems. By considering a multi-layered soil, Elsyca DAGC calculates the optimum depth of the ground bed that achieves a minimum overall resistance-to-earth and a limited disturbance of the earth surface potential.
CorrosionMaster identifies corrosion hot spots and predicts corrosion rates, enabling engineers to look at alternative material combinations and/or coating systems, or investigate corrosion-mitigating measures.
CurveAnalyzer allows studying the kinetics of the corrosion polarization in detail. It decomposes the polarization data into the 3 elementary reactions: hydrogen evolution, oxygen reduction and metal oxidation.
Elsyca MeshingMaster automatically prepares meshes for computation for a variety of applications such as acoustics, CFD, thermal, etc.
A "Design Plateability Analysis" allows for an early stage evaluation of the manufacturability of a specific part design in relation to the electroplating process(es) that it will be subjected to.
A Rack Plateability Analysis (RPA) evaluates the electroplating process (or electropolishing) process of a part program in a configuration and process set-up that is specific to the plating supplier.
Electroplating processes use an electrolyte as medium for depositing a metallic layer onto a substrate.
In most common plating applications the main tank anodes are used as counter electrodes for the plating process. One single rectifier is connected to the main anodes in order to feed the current for plating the part or parts on a rack or jig.
Due to the rigid layout of the production line infrastructure and capital investment required electrochemical cells are often in use for a few decades and have to deal with a variety of products. Electrochemical cells should be designed and validated thoroughly in order to ensure a smooth and robust transition from design to production.
Elsyca offers a range of services to help the customer in applying a new electrochemical surface treatment process to a new or existing product or part.
Pipelines sharing right-of-ways (ROW) with overhead power transmission lines or underground AC power cables are subjected to electromagnetic interference resulting in potentially lethal shock hazards and risks of accelerated AC corrosion.
Valuable assets that are located in corrosive environments such as offshore, in coastal areas, or buried in the soil, are typically protected against corrosion by coatings and cathodic protection systems. Proper material selection and an effective CP design are crucial to assure integrity of the structure during its service life.
Stray current interference is a phenomenon whereby a metallic structure picks up a DC current that is leaked by an external DC power system into the soil, and subsequently discharges that same current, causing corrosion. Stray current corrosion typically affects underground pipelines, storage tanks, sheet piles, etc.
Corrosion and cathodic protection are electrochemical processes taking place at the metal surface of structures. Understanding the electrochemical behaviour of the material enables the accurate prediction of the corrosion rates and cathodic protection efficiency.