CFD Simulations

Strömungssimulation

Computational fluid dynamics play an important role in many areas of product development. Simulation as a "virtual testing laboratory" provides more and deeper insight into complex physical phenomena than tests or measurements. For this reason development objectives can be achieved faster and more efficiently.

In spite of advanced numerical simulation methods, the quality of analysis results still depends on numerous parameters, one of them being the experience of the simulation engineer. The use of Fluent in combination with our experience permits us to cover a wide range of problems in the fields of fluid mechanics and thermo dynamics.

Fluiddynamik

Fluid Dynamics

Fluid dynamics usually deals with flows (e.g., air or water) in or around a structure and the resultant forces acting on it. A well-known example is the flow around an aircraft wing generating lift and drag.

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Wärmeübertragung

Heat Transfer

Heat conduction, convection and radiation are the three transport mechanisms of thermal energy. CFD can take all these mechanisms into account.

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Mehrphasenströmung

Multiphase Flow

Multiphase flow problems are characterized by the existence of more than one phase (solid, liquid or gaseous). Fuel-sloshing in tanks or wave patterns around boat hulls are relevant examples.

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Heizungs- Lüftungs- und Klimatechnik

HVAC

Problems in the area of heating, venting and air conditioning (HVAC) are manifold. For building projects it is increasingly important to have information about the indoor climate in advance.

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Turbomaschinen

Turbomachinery

Turbo machines are characterized by a continuous fluid flow and a pressure gradient from inlet to outlet. Computational fluid dynamics replaces a good portion of expensive prototype building and testing.

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Fluid-Struktur-Interaktion in CFD

Fluid-Structure-Interaction

In many technical problems elastic structures interact with fluid flow. The flow around or through a structure can cause deformations or oscillations of the structure, which in turn can influence the flow.

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