Computational Fluid Dynamics

CFD is an advanced computer-based technique which uses numerical procedures to solve and analyze problems that involve fluid flow. Through CFD we can create a virtual environment supported by real world data to reconstruct phenomena, test different case studies, and solve design problems before construction even begins.

 While the motion of fluids in mixing is an obvious application of CFD, there are hundreds of others, ranging from blood flow through arteries, to supersonic flow over an airfoil.