Adyaha Ways: CFD Capabilities but not Limited to the followings

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a powerful tool used in engineering to simulate and analyze fluid flow, heat transfer, and related phenomena.


Fluid Flow Simulation: Navier-Stokes Equations: CFD solves the governing equations for fluid flow, known as the Navier-Stokes equations, which describe the conservation of mass and momentum for fluid motion.

Heat Transfer Simulation: Conduction, Convection, and Radiation: CFD can simulate heat transfer through conduction, convection, and radiation. This is crucial for analyzing thermal behavior in systems.

Turbulence Modeling: Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) Models: These models help simulate turbulent flows, which are common in many practical applications. Large Eddy Simulation (LES): LES is used for more detailed simulations of turbulent flows, capturing larger turbulent structures.

Multiphase Flow: Simulating Multiple Fluid Phases: CFD can model the interaction of multiple phases (liquid, gas, solid) in a system. This is critical in applications such as oil and gas, chemical processing, and environmental engineering

Chemical Reactions: Reaction Kinetics: CFD can model chemical reactions and reaction kinetics in combustion processes, chemical reactors, and other reactive flow scenarios.

Combustion Simulation: Flame and Combustion Modeling: CFD is used to simulate combustion processes in engines, furnaces, and other systems. It helps optimize combustion efficiency and reduce emissions.

Particle Tracking: Lagrangian Particle Tracking: CFD can track the movement of individual particles in a flow, allowing the simulation of particle transport and dispersion.

Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI): Coupling with Structural Analysis: CFD can be coupled with Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to simulate interactions between fluids and structures, such as in the case of aeroelasticity or the behavior of flexible structures in fluid flows.

Rotating Machinery Simulation: Pump, Turbine, and Fan Simulation: CFD can simulate the performance of rotating machinery, aiding in the design and optimization of pumps, turbines, fans, and other equipment.

Automated Mesh Generation: Adaptive Mesh Refinement: CFD software can automatically refine or coarsen the mesh in different regions of the domain based on the solution requirements, improving accuracy and efficiency.

Post-Processing and Visualization: Flow Visualization: CFD results can be visualized in various ways, including velocity vectors, streamlines, contour plots, and animations.

Quantitative Analysis: CFD provides quantitative data on fluid parameters such as pressure, velocity, temperature, and concentrations.

Real-World Applications: CFD is widely used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, energy, environmental engineering, oil and gas, and more, for applications ranging from aerodynamics to HVAC system design

We Provided the Following Solution to our Eminent Clients

✔ Aero-Acoustics

✔ Combustion of Aero-Engines, Industrial Gas/Oil Burners

✔ Multiphase, Heat exchanger, Discrete phase model, Micromixing analysis

✔ Stationary, Rotating, Moving/store separation, & failure analysis

✔ Missile 6 DOF, Transient Flow and Dynamics of Moving Body

✔ Micro shock tube, Mass Loading, Drug delivery through injection, PML

✔ Gas and Micro Particle interaction

✔ Wind Turbines, Mobile Towers, Building Towers etc.

✔ Gears, Pressure Vessels, Tanks, Oils & Gas Pipeline Studies

✔ Exhaust Muffler / Silencer

✔ Valve Analysis (Control Valves, Safety Valves, Isolation Valves, etc.)

✔ Cost Optimization, Material Optimization, energy optimization, etc.

✔ HVLS fan, Industrial Fan, Combustion Fans etc

✔ Heat exchanger, evaporator, condenser, expansion valve, compressor

✔ Ceiling Fan Blade, Table Fan Blade, Exhaust fan, cooler fan etc.

✔ Electrical Motor (Induction, BLDC, Synchronous or any 1-ph and 3-ph motor)