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Simulation Examples


Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is used to investigate a wide range of flows, from natural convection in large industrial buildings to the highly compressible aerodynamic phenomena associated with high speed aircraft.

With the help of computer simulations such as CFD the flow behavior in your design can be determined and optimized.

CFD simulations are feasible for a wide range of flow-types:

  • newtonian and non-newtonian
  • reacting and non-reacting
  • isothermal and non-isothermal
  • turbulent and laminar
  • multiphase and single phase