Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is a computer-based simulation method for fluid dynamics investigation. It is applied as a supplement or an alternative to experimental investigations and provides detailed prediction of flows.
Computational fluid dynamics makes it possible to simulate and describe flows that are complicated, expensive or impossible to study using experimental techniques.
A major advantage of using CFD is that information about the flow and pressure fields together with other related phenomena such as heat transfer, chemical reactions or multiphase flows features are obtained in the fully modelled geometry. This makes CFD an effective tool at the design stage as well as for optimisation and trouble shooting of existing installations. Once the CFD model has been set up, geometrical or operational changes can easily be implemented and tested.
For very complex flow challenges, where existing state of the art software possibilities are not sufficient, FORCE Technology has specialised in developing supplementary models to be able to solve your needs.