CFD Guide - Articles, Expert Opinions
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. However, since past decade, the advancements in this technology has reached a stagnation point as RANS methods have become
Read More | Posted on: February 11th, 2015
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
Read More | Posted on: February 3rd, 2015
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.
Read More | Posted on: January 28th, 2015
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 […]
Read More | Posted on: January 21st, 2015
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. It is important therefore to […]
Read More | Posted on: January 15th, 2015
Fluid-Structure Interaction or FSI is a complex phenomenon involving the interaction of fluid flow with the structure, causing it to deform. While it is often very difficult to solve such problems analytically, they are usually solved...
Read More | Posted on: January 13th, 2015