Computational Fluid Dynamics
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is a method used to anticipate the mechanics of fluid behaviors when there are external factors acting onto it.
CFD uses numerical analysis to solve equations that govern fluid flow. These analyses are performed by high performance workstations and provide an insight into how the fluid reacts in a particular scenario. By defining proper boundary conditions, CFD is able to provide accurate simulation models of how the fluid will behave in real life during the physical world applications. CFD is applied to a wide range of research and engineering challenges in a variety of industries and field of study, including HVAC, industrial, aerospace, defence, meteorology, automotive and etc.
By incorporating CFD in product design and development cycle, we are able to achieve significant advantages over conventional methods.
1. Reduction in development cost by reducing physical experiments and testing
2. Assess critical parameters of different design variations with speed
3. Spot design flaws during initial stage
At MyCAE, we are equipped with best-in-class workstations that are built for high performance CFD simulation. With over 25 years of industrial experiences, we have the expertise, computing hardware as well as industry leading simulation software to handle a variety of CFD problems.