Computational Fluid Dynamics

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) helps designers anticipate and measure how a gas or liquid flows — as well as how the gas or liquid affects other equipment as it flows past in a given application. Computational fluid dynamics measures velocity, pressure, temperature, and density of moving fluids in production.

Predicting and controlling fluid flow is critical in optimizing the efficiency for downstream products and equipment to work correctly.  For example, the combustion of gases in an engine, how a chemical solution moves through pores in material, air passing through a jet engine turbine, and the transfer of heat from a solid to solid or solid to a fluid applications for CFD. Our solutions give you the power to model and simulate all fluid processes before you go to manufacturing so you know that your product will perform the right way the first time.