Computational Fluid Dynamics Consultancy
CFD Consultancy is at the core of who we are at our Singapore Office at BroadTech Engineering.
Through the use of advanced engineering simulation techniques that have been used heavily by BroadTech Engineering since the early days, we are able to provide reliable CFD services to solve a wide range of Fluid flow engineering challenges which encompasses liquid flow, thermal heat transfer, and chemical reaction.
Our specialized strength is in the development and application of numerical simulation methods for CFD Flow analysis in our CFD consulting services.
Leveraging on the most advanced CFD flow modeling approaches and CFD design methodology, our team of highly experienced CFD consultants in our CFD company has the ability to provide in-depth engineering analysis of complex fluid flow behaviors in our CFD consulting.
This encompasses the use of the latest CFD simulation software to carry out CFD fluid flow analysis into the highly realistic fluid flow characteristic patterns, like fluid speed, pressure, turbulence, thermal temperature, and species concentration for internal or external flows.
Featured CFD Consultancy Case Studies
CFD Analysis of Centrifugal Blower (radial blades) Design
Centrifugal Blower (radial blades) design, customization, manufacturing, balancing and testing as per requirements of a patented Air-Conditioner.
Simulation Objective: The static pressure of Axial fans used earlier was not enough to overcome the entire resistance, hence two-fans were required. The objective was to replace the entire fans by a single centrifugal fan without increasing the cost.
Outcome and Conclusion:
CFD Study of the Effects of Boundary Layer Suction on Transonic Airfoil Performance
We Help Our Clients Gain Valuable Insights to Optimize and Improve Product Performance, Reliability, and Efficiency.
1. Powerful Simulation Software Tools
2. Simulation Consultants with Extensive Research & Professional Experience
3. Simulation projects Completed in a Timely and Cost-effective Manner
4. Proven Track Record
6. Full Knowledge Transfer
Features & Benefits of Engaging a CFD Consultancy
Engaging the professional services of a CFD consultancy enables design engineers to explore and accurately validate more product concepts during the early design development phase.
Many complex interactions of different factors come into play in determining the fluid flow performance of each actual application design.
Leveraging on the power of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Fluid dynamics simulation gives engineering teams in our CFD consultancy the ability to accurately model and simulate the performance of the product under a wide array of operating conditions in a virtual environment.
This fluid dynamic analysis helps to give engineers an in-depth understanding of the pressure, flow and thermal characteristics of their product in order to ensure performance and reliability.
1. Accurate Measurement of Fluid Flow performance & Reliability
This capability to test and validate design ideas with computational fluid analysis early in the development process allows engineers to be better equipped with useful technical engineering insights into key fluid flow performance indicators.
Flow performance indicators include examples such as
2. Accelerate Engineering Development with CFD Flow Analysis
This allows engineering development teams to make better engineering decisions and have higher confidence in the fluid flow performance of their product designs.
In addition, CFD flow engineering simulation allows engineers to strike a winning balance between conflict demands such as Product cost pressures, demands for Performance durability, and all to be achieved while working with a limited project time available.
Common industrial Products where fluid flow performance is critical includes
Other Featured CFD Case Studies
CFD-based Optimization of Wind Farm Layout
Wind energy technology industry is steadily improving every year, and it is expected that in the near future a major part of the energy supply will be generated from wind. However, some problems related to wind energy efficiency still exist, like the wake that forms behind a wind turbine, which decreases total energy production.
During a three-month CFD consultancy project, BroadTech Engineering was tasked to model the two types of wind turbines and numerically analyze them. The main objective was to identify the effect of the hub (nose cone) on wake produced after turbine. Geometry was created in Solidworks and numerical simulation conducted in ANSYS Fluent.
The simulation was transient with rotating the parts. The structural mesh was created in the computational domain. Through this CFD consulting engagement, it involved the various aspect of simulation (ANSYS Workbench, FLUENT), and MATLAB programming (especially in optimization).
Numerical Simulation Investigation of Turbulence in Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms
Asphaltenes Particles Deposition (fouling) Study in Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
CFD Simulations of 2 Phase/3 Phase Separators
Oxygen Reduction by Steam Inerting
Lid-Driven Cavity Flow
Parametric Flow Analysis of Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) Valve
The main objective of CFD simulation was to check the performance of valve for different conditions. Geometry was idealized and prepared with Catia V5, the parametric function was used in Catia for valve lift. Meshing was done using Ansys Meshing in workbench, CFX pre with was used to step the parametric conditions. Post processing was done in CFD Post. Simulation results with all parameters were taken down in excel sheet and different graphs plotted to see the performance of EGR valve.
Design & Numerical Simulation of a wear-free Fluidic Switch
Analysis of Separated Fluid flow around a Semi-blunt 3D Object, Ahmed body (AB)
Rigorous mesh verification and turbulence model validation are conducted. The comparison between numerical results using different turbulence models and experimental data remarks the strong anisotropy governing the physics of forces acting on AB.
CFD Simulation of Thermal heat transfer in a Plate Heat Exchanger
Objective – The goal of this internship was to carry out a CFD simulation of the conjugate heat transfer process in a compact brazed plate heat exchanger (PHE).
Approach – A 3D model of the actual PHE was made in SolidWorks and meshed (unstructured). Due to computational limitations, periodic boundary conditions were used to represent all the channels of the PHE through two channels. For single phase heat transfer, steady-state simulations were done in ANSYS Fluent. Multiphase unsteady simulations were also done to simulate phase change.
Outcome – Single-phase heat transfer results were in good agreement with the experimental and analytical results thereby validating the approach and the PHE model. Regarding multiphase simulations, due to lack of data regarding the concerned PHE and models available in the current literature, a detailed validation could not be done. Instead, a detailed literature review and future recommendation were given to the company. However, a later study within the same company confirmed that the models available in ANSYS Fluent are insufficient to model phase change in PHEs and sufficient research is required to not only understand the physics involved in phase change heat transfer but to also develop computational models.
Flow Assurance in Wash Water Distribution Piping
Under Hood Analysis of Passenger Car
The main objective of simulation was to find out the suitable cooling system (Radiator) for passenger car and to find out the temperature distribution and hotspot on the component which is critical to high temperatures. The meshing of CFD consultancy project was done using Ansys ICEM CFD software and simulation was carried out Ansys Fluent software.Simulations results show air flow patterns under the hood was good, cooling was optimal.
CFD Analysis of CAR parking of Buildings and Hotels
Simulation of an internal flow through a Cylindrical Pipe with a Circular obstacle
Design and numerical simulation of an internal flow through a cylindrical pipe with a circular obstacle obstructing the fluid flow. The main objective of the analysis was to study the velocity and the pressure distribution of the flow across the obstacle at different Reynold’s number.
It was observed that at low Reynold’s numbers, the flow pattern was symmetrical and the separation of the flow over the sphere is more towards the upstream. As Reynold’s number is increased, the flow starts becoming turbulent and the separation of the flow starts moving downstream towards the equator of the sphere.
CFD Flow Modeling
At BroadTech Engineering, we utilize a broad array of CFD simulation software tools to solve difficult engineering problems in the most cost-effective and efficient way.
Our suite of CFD simulation capabilities include several
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