CFD Engineering UK are specialised in industrial machinery CFD simulations.
Solving fluid flow and heat transfer problems of industrial equipment and special machinery are at the heart of our consulting practice. However, these projects are tough in terms of geometry and physics. Every case is different and we have 25+ years of mechanical engineering experience to provide clients with the solutions they need.
Some of the simulation projects completed:
- Analysis and development of several different controlled cooling lines for aluminum cylinder heads,
- Simulation and development of smoke and dust extraction equipment for aluminium cylinder head foundries,
- Simulation of a direct fired thermal oxidiser used to neutralise harmful chemical substances,
- Simulation of dispersion of poisonous gases in chemical plants,
- Simulation of gas leakage in earth gas transport pipe evacuation compressor equipment,
- Simulation and development of the cooling tower of a waste burner using water spray and flue gas mixing analysis,
- Simulation of pressure loss in steel-lined rubber hoses for oil drilling.
CFD simulations help industrial companies build better products
Many of our clients from the manufacturing and heavy industries do not use CFD simulations to support and improve their production processes even though they have a CFD department as part of their engineering simulation team. For example, we have completed several projects for the largest engine part production and assembly plant in the world.
The plant housed a CFD team but those engineers were involved with analysing under-bonnet air flows and exhaust systems. Optimising high pressure air usage of production equipment was not their expertise. It has been ours.
In summary poor workspace air quality, inefficient casting cooling lines, uneven temperature in heat treating furnaces or autoclaves are just some of the problems CFD Engineering UK have experience in solving.
For more details on our industrial machinery CFD consulting services and how CFD Engineering UK can help you with your fluid dynamics problems, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.