Dynamic Engineering Design has assembled a select group of professionals with practical “hands on” experience in each of our core competencies. Our staff not only has practical design expertise in each of their respective fields, but also operational knowledge and experience within working facilities. Our design practices are the core of our business. We remain focused on delivering effective solutions that are project specific, capital investment sensitive, functional, and practical.
Dynamic Engineering Design’s scope of process engineering services range from relatively simple P&ID development to sophisticated process engineering such as scale up from early laboratory data, evaluation of alternative licensed technologies, conceptual modifications to process sequences, critical analysis of problems in operating plants, hazard analysis, etc. Our process engineering capabilities allow us to provide our clients a full range of documentation including PFD’s with material and energy balances, P&ID’s, updates to existing P&ID’s, and scale up design. Our engineers are also accustomed to providing our clients start-up assistance when desired.
Mechanical Equipment Design
Since much of Dynamic Engineering Design’s focus lies in pharmaceutical, foods, specialty chemical, industrial waste treatment, and process-type facilities, it follows that we have experience in a wide range of process equipment normally encountered in these facilities. Our experience includes equipment design, specification, inspection, and installation considerations. Dynamic Engineering Design’s equipment capabilities include: Utility systems, refrigeration systems, heat exchangers, distillation columns, reactors, pumps, dryers, tanks, evaporators, extruders, centrifuges, filters, conveyors, mixers, etc.
3D Computer Modeling
Full industrial plant 3D design and modeling capabilities. These are provided by utilizing a variety of industry software such as: AutoCAD, AutoCAD MEP, AutoCAD Plant 3D, Revit, Navisworks and Point Cloud Data.
Dynamic Engineering Design is fully versed in exotic alloy, lined, glass, and jacketed piping. We can prepare a full range of piping drawings; these vary from detailed spool drawings, suitable for offsite fabrication, to simple piping schematics. Dynamic Engineering Design can also prepare all piping specifications and purchase the bulk of the piping materials and specialties.
Civil / Structural / Architectural Design
Dynamic Engineering Design offers full design capabilities with grass roots facilities (warehousing, site work, railroads, pipe racks, process and service buildings, etc.) as well as difficult retrofit work within existing structures. Our capabilities include: subsurface evaluation, seismic and vibration analysis and design, evaluations of existing structures, code compliance investigation, and material of construction selection assistance.
Dynamic Engineering Design has capabilities in HVAC design for conventional buildings, control rooms, and process ventilation. We can provide the design of systems or structures where the building air is collected and decontaminated or in situations requiring HEPA filtration and clean room engineering.
Electrical power engineering is differentiated from electrical control engineering, which relates more closely to instrumentation and controls. Our design capabilities in power engineering ranges from the smallest fractional motors up to drivers rated at 1000 HP. Usually, Dynamic Engineering Design prepares one-line diagrams for major electrical components and MCC’s. We also have the capability to produce grounding, lighting, alarm, and communication drawings and specifications.
Instrumentation and Controls Engineering
Dynamic Engineering Design’s in-house staff of engineers has a broad base of experience and expertise ranging from pneumatic instrumentation, through single loop electronics, to Distributed Control Systems. Dynamic Engineering Design engineers have completed many diverse, full scope, control projects with demanding schedules and limited capital funding. A typical project begins with an analysis of the control requirements and the development of a control philosophy. Available control systems are then evaluated and a selection is made. All control hardware / software and field instruments are specified and procured. System programming is usually completed as part of the construction phase of the project. Our field assistance has included commissioning, checkout, startup, and the preparation of as-built documentation.
Dynamic Engineering Design’s structured approach to control design begins with a master database tabulation of all devices. This database is used repeatedly throughout the life of the project to generate capital and engineering cost estimates, status reports, procurement reports, specifications, loop drawings, commissioning and startup documents, installation requirements, control indexes, and drawing references. Regardless of the project size, it serves as a single source for tracking every device on the project from preliminary engineering through operation.