CFD activities

HomeSolutionsCFD activities
HomeSolutionsCFD activities

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is a scientific branch of fluid mechanics that uses numerical analysis and algorithms to solve and analyze problems, which involve fluid flows. Predicting and controlling fluid flows is critical in optimizing the efficiency of a wide variety of processes and products.

Therefore, using the available CFD solutions and advanced computational power of computer clusters, today's engineers, analysts, and scientists can solve very complex problems, while having the insight into fluid mechanics phenomena and the confidence that the processes and products under investigation will perform as efficiently and optimally as possible.

In general, CFD finds application in many aspects engineers usually deal with, such as:

  • Single Phase Non-Reacting Flows
  • Heat Transfer
  • Multiphase (Particle Flows, Free Surface, Dispersed Flows)
  • Fluid-Structure Interaction
  • Electro-Thermal Interaction
  • Reacting Flows
  • Combustion

From an industrial point of view, the CFD expertise within Kite Group spans various applications, including but not limited to:

  • Vehicle Aerodynamics
  • Passenger Comfort
  • Air Conditioner Ventilation Duct
  • Underhood Cooling
  • Side View Mirror
  • Manifolds
  • Heat Exchanger (Radiator, Intercooler, Oil Cooler, Water Jacket)
  • Engine Valve
  • Torque Converter

    Machinery/Heavy Industry,/Buildings
  • Room Ventilation
  • Gas Flow in an Underground Parking Area
  • Kitchen Ventilation
  • Air Flow Around Buildings
  • Exhaust Heat and Smoke
  • Ventilation System
  • Paint Booth
  • Air Flow Around Bridge
  • Water Flow Over a Dam
  • Flow Around a Water Gate
  • Thermal Flow Around Heat Storage Tank

    Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Computer Casing
  • Power Supply Unit
  • Heat Sink
  • Electronics Device
  • Car Audio and Navigation Systems
  • Pyrostat and Furnace
  • Smartphone
  • Projector
  • Axial/radial turbine
  • Axial/radial compressor
  • Axial fan
  • Pump
  • Blower
    Chemical Reaction
  • Chemical Vapor Deposition
  • Die Coating
  • Mixing Tank