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Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis & Simulation

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Optimizing Designs of Industrial Pipes, Ducts and Manifolds Using CFD

Almost every industry involves the utilization of pipes, ducts and manifolds to handle wide range of fluids, gases or a mixture of solids and fluids. It is evident that these transport mediums are exposed to critical pressure and temperature, requiring thorough study on their designs to ensure longevity and performance.

Predicting Cavitation in Centrifugal Pumps through CFD

Cavitation is a widely known problem associated with pumps, causing severe impact in overall performance as well as malfunctioning due to improper pump inlet conditions. As such, it is highly important for a pump user to know what cavitation is, its effects and possible ways of controlling it using modern simulation techniques such as CFD.

Combating Heat in Automobiles Using Computational Fluid Dynamics

Posted by: Mehul Patel | Posted on: December 16th, 2014 Automobiles are largely composed of components that directly or indirectly possess relationship with heat transfer. Although heat is essentially required to churn out power from the engine, rest of the components are being incorporated to accommodate or transfer the generated heat, once it completes the job of producing necessary power.

Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis for HVAC Systems

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD), allows engineers to visualize flow velocity, density, thermal impact and chemical concentrations for any region where the flow occurs. This in-turn helps engineers analyze the problem areas and suggest the best solutions. CFD is widely used across the construction industry for analysis and design optimization of an HVAC system.

Make Advance Your CFD Analysis through These Tips & Tricks

The use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to resolve engineering challenges has been phenomenal in the last decade. Engineers are progressively relying on computational models to evaluate their product design, expecting sizeable reduction in the product development cycle. Despite the horde of advantages the CFD approach offers, there has been severe criticism on taking the simulation results for granted.

CFD Simulation for Exhaust Gas Dispersion to Control Industrial Emissions

Exhaust gas streams emitting from industrial process plants consist of harmful pollutants, which are carried away for sufficiently large distances from the source. The control of these pollutants dispersion is mandatory to avoid spreading of toxic gases into urban areas nearer to plant locations.

How CFD Analysis Aids Mechanical Engineers In Problem Identification And Mitigation?
Popularity of using Computational Fluid Dynamics - CFD for problem identification and mitigation has increased. The analysis technique is now used as a part of the standard design testing methodology for all types of mechanical designs.
CFD Simulations to Save Lives

The potential of CFD simulations is increasingly being exploited in many modern engineering fields. However, the use of CFD techniques is more restricted to manufacturing domains, to study and optimize the performance of equipments and systems involving fluid flows. Yet, recent advancements in scanning and computing technologies have opened a whole new set of opportunities in biomedical engineering field.

Benefits of Using Virtual Wind Tunnels for Aerodynamic Studies

Wind tunnels have been one of the prominent testing tools for aerodynamic investigations. However, its use is limited mainly due to the cost required in physical setup. Additionally, these tests are time consuming and stretched the product design cycle considerably. Fortunately, use of computational tools such as CFD provides a solution against the problems associated with physical wind tunnel tests.

The Need to Revolutionize CFD Capabilities for Future Aircraft Simulations

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) has remained a vital tool for aircraft design assessment ever since its inception. Its use has already brought a paradigm shift in the aircraft design process.

Controlling Pressure Drop in Industrial Valves Using CFD
Controlling fluid flow through valves is a common phenomenon in industries using fluid streams for processing purposes. The use of valves and tube fittings however increases the chances of pressure drop in fluidic systems, which is undesirable especially in cases where high pressurized fluid flow is desired at the outlet.
Simulation Explains How A Sneezing Person in an Airplane Can Make You Sick
One of the leading commercially available simulation software from ANSYS helps in determining the fluid flow behavior for various engineering applications. Engineers utilize these simulation tools to optimize aircraft wings for optimum lift and drag in the air, or improve the performance by reducing aircraft weight.
The Case for CFD: Uncovering the Science Behind Internal Combustion Engine Phenomenon
Internal combustion engines are ruling power generation applications even today, and improvising them to churn out every slice of power is still an area of research for the engineering community. There are many things one can learn about the internal combustion engine through physical tests, such as heating and cooling phenomena, its behavior during vehicle acceleration, maximum power generating capability, torque, fuel consumption, and so on.
Enhancing Mixing Process Using Computational Fluid Dynamics
The mixing of two or more fluids is a process most commonly found in many industries, having a substantial importance in almost every production process as well as industrial and consumer products. Examples include mixing of dye into liquid, or food ingredients mixed together in food processing or mixing of gases diffusing into one another.
A Guide to Hire the Right CFD Consulting Company
Choosing the right CFD consulting partner to solve your engineering problems is often a mammoth task. You definitely don't want to give your product's crucial design module in wrong hands. As more number of engineering service providers keep on emerging, the question choosing the right one to meet your engineering expectations becomes even more complex.
Optimizing Industrial Drying Systems Using CFD
Industrial drying systems are most commonly used in process industries to remove moisture content from the materials. These systems are designed according to the required moisture removal requirement. The working principle of drying systems is purely based on evaporation of liquids from solids.
When to Outsource CFD Projects
Feb 11, 2015 -- Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has become more of a mainstream design testing tool for most manufacturing organizations. The possibility to quickly assess the design prior to actual prototype reduces much of the design time, making it highly advantageous for organizations eyeing for faster product development.
3 Finger-Thumping Myths of CFD and the Realities Associated with it

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation has long had a reputation of being too difficult, slow and expensive to be performed in the main stream design process. That may be true a decade ago but things have drastically changed recently. Yet there are certain myths associated with CFD in the early phases of mechanical design.

Building Energy Efficient Products for a Better Tomorrow Using CFD

The world is badly in a need of products that are energy efficient, as global energy consumption levels increase at an alarming rate. It is the only reason why government agencies and manufacturing organizations are strained to look for possible alternatives that consume less energy.