Numerical simulations (Computational Fluid Dynamics – CFD) help you to capture and visualize the physical processes associated with flows. Velocities, pressures, density, temperature and concentration distributions can be calculated exactly at any point in the study area.
You benefit from the following advantages:
- Investigation of objects in real size; savings on expensive prototypes
- Consideration of processes that are difficult or impossible to monitor from a metrological point of view
- Simultaneous observation of mass and heat transport
- Simple variation of geometry and flow parameters
- Shorter product development cycles, cost reduction and gain in security
We’re investigating currents:
- From small (µm-gap in plain bearings) to large (like WEA, city quarters)
- From cold (solidification of ice) to hot (burners, ovens)
- From fast (explosion) to slow (geothermal)
And this for a wide variety of flowing media.