Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
CFD, which stand for Computational Fluid Dynamics, involves a variety of numerical methods and equations that enable the simulation of fluid flows. This can provide engineers and scientists with the ability to test the impact of extreme conditions, model proposed changes, or see deep inside an operating plant without the need to build costly wind tunnel models or interrupt and tamper with an existing facility.
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CFD has a wide range of applications in almost every industry. It can solve problems in large-scale atmospheric and industrial processes, as well as intricate flows in living organisms and nanofluid applications.
Figure 1: CFD modelling of effect of the dispersion of a moist, contaminated, exhaust air gas from cooling towers. The concentration of contaminated air is represented by streamlines and surface contours, with red indicating high contamination levels.
If you have a fluid flow problem, CFD may be able to provide the answer you need. With a wide range of CFD software packages available, CFD has never been more accessible, however if not used correctly it can produce wildly innacurate results. Synergetics are experts at CFD modelling, with a proven track record of delivering solid outcomes to our clients. These outcomes range from performing modelling to demonstrate how well a facility complies with licensing regulations (or if it doesn’t comply, what the best way to achieve compliance is), through to optimising designs, minimising energy usage, and solving novel problems. Our case studies discuss examples of how we have helped previous clients. To find out if CFD is the right tool for you, contact us to discuss how we can help you.
Figure 2: Velocity vectors in the lower portion of a ventilation filtration unit.