CFD, fluid mechanics, FSI, strong coupling, Navier Stokes As an expert in Computational Fluid Dynamics (C.F.D.), we can address:

  • Turbulent or laminar flows
     
  • 2D or 3D flows, with transient or stationary analysis
     
  • Free or porous flow
     
  • Two-phase flow (Level-set or Phase Field method), euler-euler model
     
  • compressible or incompressible fluid
     
  • newtonian or nonnewtonian fluid
     
  • moving boundary condition (ALE or Level Set methods)
     
  • Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI)

 

The CFD models aim, among other things, to:

  • minimize the pressure loss
     
  • maximize the homogeneity of the flow
     
  • optimize heat transfer and mass transfer