Computational Fluid Dynamics
In fluid CFD analysis, a finite element model represents a given fluid (current) that borders a structure or exists inside a structure. The model is exposed, for example, to inlet and outlet in the form of volume flow mhp. to investigate the air's behavior and variations in relation to temperature, pressure and velocity.
Utilizing CFD software has become an indispensable tool in reducing development costs by enabling users to quickly handle more realistic geometries and physics
Computational fluid dynamics tools are used for simulating and analyzing complex thermal and fluid situations, in maintaining the safety of many products we use on a day to day basis, such as an automobile or even the house we live in. By using CFD simulation software analyzing these movements is easier than ever.
SimEvolution distributes CFD software from MSC Software. This enables the user to predict the performance of products before physical testing. This results in a more optimized design early in the product development cycle. In some cases, simulation can even replace the need for physical testing, altogether.