Simulation Services

As an increasing demand of cost efficiency and safety in structures, the field of engineering(and architecture) is becoming more complex day by day. It has become important to take assistance of new emerging technologies in the field of engineering. CFD assists Engineers (and Architects) as a great tool and provides them with some really useful inputs which further help them to enhance their design. CFD can be applied to a variety of fields.

Some of the applications of CFD are represented below.  

Ocean Waves and River Flows 

Safety and performance of any floating or fixed structure build across a water body is highly influence by their interaction with waves. So it is important to evaluate the interaction between water and structure in order to ensure the safety and performance of the structure.  


Wind Loading

CFD simulation helps evaluate the force incurring  and flow around even on a complex structure which further facilitates design improvement leading to a safe and economical structure.


Natural ventillation

The goal is to ensure that a sufficient amount of fresh air will move through the building to ensure comfort for occupants. In many cases, using natural ventilation is a tempting option especially for green buildings, but it is difficult to solely rely on this solution without proof of performance. This is where CFD simulations can help, enabling you to validate the use of natural convection in a building and reduce the costs of artificial air exchange systems.

Smoke Extraction

In case of designing structure related to fire safety like parking garages, tunnels, metro stations, commercial buildings, CFD predicts fire and smoke spread and extraction. In addition to significant cost savings, simulation enables decisive information on various fire scenarios.

pollution Control

Air pollution is the introduction of particulates, biological molecules, or other harmful materials into Earth's atmosphere, causing disease, damage to food crops, or the natural or built environment. Air pollution may come from anthropogenic or natural sources. Dispersion refers to what happens to the pollution during and after its introduction; understanding this may help in identifying and controlling it.

Data Centre

The amount of energy consumed by the world’s data centers is about 3% of the total worldwide electricity use. Hence, it is important to make sure that the data centers are economically cooled without wasting energy as well as they operate between the temperature ranges specified by the manufacturer which would avoid the risk of overheating.

Thermal Comfort

When designing a room, hall, auditorium, warehouse, etc. Architects might come across a concern of thermal comfort of occupants as well as energy efficiency. With the advent of CFD simulation, designers can now easily test and optimize their air conditioning configurations from the initial design stage.

Clean Room

Using simulation as part of the design process, engineers can evaluate clean room design performance, optimize airflow and air change effectiveness, decrease the risk of contamination, and increase energy efficiency.

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