What is CFD?
Computational Fluid Dynamics modelling is a state-of-the-art tool used to simulate and visualise fluid flow systems. The presentation of modelling results is fully customisable.
Why use CFD?
CFD is used to complement traditional methods of hydraulic design such as desktop analysis and physical modelling. Typically, CFD modelling leads to optimised and cost-effective designs.
From pump stations to spillways, treatment plants to intake and outfall structures - CFD can be applied to a wide range of water engineering projects.
ExpertWaterCFD can customise a modelling programme to suit water projects of any scale and scope. Our range of services can be applied at any stage of the project life cycle.
Our portfolio demonstrates how CFD modelling is used in the context engineering projects. As these examples show, there are many benefits to integrating CFD in the design process.
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