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Fluid flow is one of the essential branch of engineering which make the world's energy flow.   The availability of reliable solution to Navier-Stokes equations coupled with mass, momentum and energy equations allows us to solve various real life engineering flow problems. The approximate solution to Navier-Stokes equations helps to solve various type of practical flow problems. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)  has evolved from theoretical tool to a practical real life problem solving tool. Separated, unsteady and vortex dominated transitional flow simulations for industrial innovation is the growth trend. We provide computational fluid dynamics simulation solutions to predict flow performance of air to water to complex fluids such as polymers, mixtures, multiphase and granular materials for aerodynamics, building ventilation,  electronic cooling, filtration, flow control and material processing. CFD simulations includes laminar, turbulent, high mach, multiphase, non-isothermal, reacting and coupled flows.

Computational Fluid Dynamic Simulation Solutions

The CFD simulations on offer to model Internal and external flow includes,

  • Aerodynamic Flow Analysis for Aerospace, Automotive, Transportation, Town planning, renewable energy and Consumer Products.

  • Single phase Inviscid, Viscous, Laminar and turbulent flow simulations for ventilation, and flow control design.

  • Porous media, multiphase, free surface, bubbly and reactive flow for material processing and industrial manufacturing process simulations.

  • Pipe flow Modeling for Transport Phenomena in Pipe Networks.

  • Rotating machinery flow simulation for mixer, turbomachines and stirred reactors.

Multiphysics CFD Simulation Solutions

Our Speciality coupled MULTIPHYSICS CAE for Flow Engineering includes,

  • Flow+ Structural: Coupled flow with vibration and dynamics for aeroelasticity and Fluid structure interaction.

  • Flow + Thermal: Conjugate heat transfer for coupled flow and thermal for data center energy management, electronic cooling, Natural ventilation and Building thermal management.

  • Flow+Electrical: Flow with electromagnetics for electro kinetic flow, electrohydrodynamic flow and  Flow battery.

  • Flow+ Chemical: For Chemical species transport,  reacting flow, diffusion and combustion.

Emerging Computational Fluid Dynamic Simulations

Our focus on emerging technologies related to Flow Engineering are,

  • BioCFD, Computational Fluid Dynamics in Biomedical Systems for Blood flow, air flow in lungs, diffusion in the cells, Perfusion in tissues and biomedical device design.

  • Multiscale flow simulations with  macro,  micro and nano scale effects for flow in MEMS (micro fludics)  and NEMS (Nano fludics) devices.

  • Nature inspired, unsteady vortex dominated flow simulations for novel flapping wing design for short range transportation.

ATOA’s  New addition to  Flow Engineering Solutions,

  • 3D Printing of  scaled down wind turbine, aircraft, rotating machinery and automobile model for prototyping and wind tunnel testing.

  • Flow Engineering design apps for fluid mechanics, hydraulics, Pipe Flow, Building ventilation calculations.

Computational  Fluid dynamics deals with the flow of open and closed system to predict the flow pattern, pressure distribution, fluid forces, temperature and  variation in fluid constituents under steady state or transient conditions.  The velocity, pressure and viscosity are the basic flow parameters. The conservation of mass, momentum and energy governs the constitutive behaviour. Simple calculations of Reynolds number, Mach number and Grashof number, provides great initial insight into the nature of flow problems.  CFD provides greater insight and visual details about the flow than experiments, leveraging parameters such as average flow, pressure, lift and drag coefficients, Shear stress and fluid forces.  CFD is used for design of Airfoil for maximum thrust and minimal drag, Virtual wind tunnel experiments, Polymer and complex fluid processing, Pipe flow optimization, Turbomachinery: Turbines, Compressors, combustors and Water treatment and filtration. At ATOA, Computational Fluid Dynamics for product and process innovation for our clients is our ultimate objective.

Contact ATOA for advanced  Flow Engineering/ CFD simulation solutions at http://cae.atoa.com/contact-resources/contact-form .