Computational Fluid Dynamics

Why Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) ?

Lower development costs

Shortened design cycle

Reduce the number of prototypes needed for physical testing

A more robust and reliable finished product

A product that is optimized for performance

How CFD works

Step 0: Physical problem to Mathematical model

Step 1: Meshing generation (discretize the continuum), Pre-processing

Step 2: Select Type of analysis (simplified model version of problem)

Step 3: Specify the Fluid properties or model

Step 4: Specify Boundary conditions

Step 5: Select Solvers and Interpolation Schemes for solution of equation system

Step 6: Post-processing results e.g Pressure loss/gain, Vorticity, Forces

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