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CFD Analysis

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a well-established and commonly used method for modelling fluid flow phenomena. The advantage of CFD compared with experiments or testing is its effortlessness and quick utilization.

Benefits of CFD

The most easily measurable advantages is reduced costs. The use of CFD can accelerate the design process and replace the use of expensive prototypes or similar systems. 

In addition, it can be used in developing better products both in the design phase and in the upgrading of existing configurations. This results in cost-efficient and ecological products.

  • Better functioning structures
  • Reduces need for prototypes
  • Cost-effective comparison of alternative designs
  • Increased knowledge of flow phenomena
  • Eases troubleshooting

Where can CFD be applied?

Everywhere. This means flows inside and around machines or devices as well as environmental flows. The flowing substance can be hot or cold, gas, liquid or mixtures of these. The flow can also be loaded with particles. 

CFD is ideal for use in situations where a greater understanding regarding flow phenomena is required. A better understanding generates better products, which is of utmost importance in product development or in innovations.

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