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Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a fast growing engineering method in simulations which involve systems behaviour, process and equipments (flow of gasses and liquids), heat and mass transfer, chemical reactions and other related physical phenomena.

 

 

 

 

Ansys fkuent and cfxWe can use CFD to stimulate pressure drops, aerodynamic lift or drag, rotor thrust prediction, airflow circulation in air conditioned rooms for cooling

alloy steel main imageThe development of alloy steels in the past has been largely a result of trial and error. It is practically impossible to predict, with any degree of certainty, the exact properties that can be

Solar EnergyIn today's climate of growing energy needs and increasing environmental concern, alternatives to the use of non-renewable and polluting fossil fuels have to be investigated. One such alternative is

Computational Fluid DynamicsA typical chemical processing unit processes a large amount of fluid. Given the economics of most unit operations, even small improvements in efficiency and performance can result in significant