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Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Technologies

Optimize designs, improve performance, and reduce costs by analyzing fluid flow behavior.

Our CFD technologies include

  • Icon of thermometerHeat Transfer
  • Icon of wavesTurbulent & Laminar Flows
  • Icon of marine vessel in waterFluid Structure Interactions (FSI)
  • Icon of wavesMulti-phase Flows
  • Icon of wavesRheology
  • Icon of wavesReacting Flow
  • Icon of wavesCompressible flows

About Computational Fluid Dynamics

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) technology uses computers to simulate and predict how liquids and gases flow. It is based on the fundamental principles of conservation of mass, momentum, and energy. By using CFD analysis, we can study how a product interacts with surrounding fluids, whether the fluid is internal or external. CFD analysis helps us study various fluid parameters such as velocity, pressure, and density. It works by breaking down the fluid volume into smaller elements, allowing computers to solve complex flow problems.

CFD analysis is widely used in many industries, including aerospace, automotive, marine, and healthcare, to ensure efficient fluid flow and heat transfer.

Benefits of CFD Services

Industry applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics

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Aerospace Engineering

Simulate and analyze aerodynamic performance of aircrafts, missiles, and space vehicles.

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Optimize the design of cars and trucks, analyze engine performance and predict aerodynamics, cooling and fuel efficiency.

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Analyze and optimize the performance of power plants, wind turbines and solar panels.

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Process Industries

Simulate and analyze industrial processes like mixing, heat transfer, and chemical reactions in chemical plants and oil refineries.

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Building and HVAC

Predict airflow and thermal behavior in buildings, ventilation systems, and air conditioning systems.

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Consumer Products

Optimize the design of consumer products such as vacuum cleaners, refrigerators, and other appliances.

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Analyze and predict fluid flow, heat transfer, and mass transport in biological systems and medical devices.

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Analyse fluid flow phenomena, leading to optimized ship designs, improved propulsion efficiency, and reduced fuel consumption.

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