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What is CFD?

Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) modeling is the process of using numerical methods and algorithms to compute the conservation equations of heat, mass and momentum. The equations typically represent the transport phenomena of a single or multiphase system.

CFD modelling can be used to examine different equipment designs, or compare performance under different operating conditions. Studies can examine the influence of various parameters on flow behavior, system performance and make it possible to evaluate useful operational parameters such as velocity, temperature, pressure, and concentration of species of interest.

Ideal Tool For Design Optimization

In designing a mixing device, the design engineer needs to calculate tank geometry, residence time, gas hold-up, mixing uniformity, particle concentration, power consumption, etc. For such cases, CFD is an ideal tool for design optimization, forecasting and troubleshooting.

Computational Fluid Dynamics is a very powerful tool in the following industrial applications:

  • Mining
  • Chemical
  • Cosmetics
  • Wastewater
  • Food & Pulp
  • Pharmaceutical

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