Computer Models/Simulations-Finite Element-Thermal-Structural-CFD-Chemical

  • Thermal/Heat Transfer Simulations
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
  • Combustion/Chemical/Mixing Modeling
  • Structural Modeling
  • Electromagnetics Simulations
  • Virtual Testing of New Products Before Prototyping
  • System/Product Optimization

How our computational modeling services can help you

The objective of our computational modeling services is to help in the design, analysis, and development of products and systems. Numerical simulation of physical processes is a very powerful tool to assist in the development of new products.  We have extensive experience in 3-D finite element simulations of structural, thermal, heat transfer, and electromagnetic behavior. We also have a great deal of experience in simulating gaseous, multi-phase, mixing, and reacting flows using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and combustion/chemistry modeling software.

Advantages of computer simulation

  • Allows for virtual testing of new concepts and minimizes the expensive construction and testing of prototypes
  • Designs can be quickly modified and tested to obtain the desired performance under a wide variety of conditions
  • Improves innovation and problem solving because new ideas can be quickly modeled to determine their viability
  • Systems and design variables can be automatically optimized over a range of constraints
  • Concepts can be designed from a probabilistic standpoint instead of rigid constraints and safety factors, to provide huge cost savings

Simulation expertise

Structural
Linear, Nonlinear Deformations-Materials-Elements, Static, Dynamic Response, Transients, Response Spectrums, Natural Frequencies, Buckling

Thermal
Steady-State, Transient, Conduction, Convection, Radiation, Phase Change

Electromagnetics
Electrostatics, Magnetostatics, Low and High Frequency Electromagnetics, Current Conduction, Circuit Coupling

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
Subsonic, Transonic, Supersonic Flows, Steady-State, Transient Flows, Laminar, Turbulent Flows, Non-Newtonian Flows, Turbulence k-epsilon Models, Large Eddy Simulation (LES), Multiphase, Mixture Fraction, Phase Change, Lagrangian Trajectory, Spray Impingement, Porous Media, Acoustics

Combustion/Chemistry
Transient, Steady State Reactions, Gas Phase, Liquid Phase, Emissions Prediction, Flammability Limits, Plasmas, Internal Combustion Engines, Species Reaction and Transport, Heterogeneous Combustion, Multi-Step Reactions, PDF Transport Model, Turbulence-Chemistry Interaction, Finite Rate Chemistry, Non-Equilibrium Models, Ignition, Extinction, Catalyzed Surface Reactions, Slow Reactions, Sensitivity Analysis


Simulated Human Circulation System using a Right-Angled Network of Pipes for the U.S. Department of Energy


CFD Simulation of Blood Flow through an Arterial
Connection for Boston Scimed Corporation


Vorticity Contours produced by the Numerical Simulation of a Three Dimensional Reacting Planar Jet for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)