Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a method for the calculation and simulation of flows of all kinds. In day-to-day product development, questions with regards to various flow situations frequently arise.
Our range of analysis includes the flow around stationary, translated and rotating bodies, the flow through bodies as well as links between these flow situations. In addition, these are flows with free surfaces such as free jets and flows in open canals and tanks. The flow can be driven by forced convection due to energy input by machines or by free convection due to differences in temperature or concentration (presence of several fluids or phases).
Some practical examples:
Optimization of heat exchange systems
Flow around body parts
Heat distribution on electronic assemblies/circuit boards
Sealing profile - simulation of high-pressure cleaning of vehicles
Flow conditions in a lever mixer valve
Sterilization of PET bottles
Optimization of valve geometry for filling systems
Flue-gas exhaust in specialized buildings