Computational Fluid Dynamics

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Hydrodynamics is the science of fluid motion. The behavior of fluid flow can be examined under three separate categories, namely experimental, theoretical, and numerical. Recently, a computational approach, through which equations of mass, momentum, and energy conservation are solved numerically, have been adopted because of the high-costs and time associated with conducting experiments. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is the science of forecasting the fluid flow (laminar or turbulence), heat exchanges, mass transfers, and chemical reactions by using a numerical process, while simultaneously managing these processes by solving them with mathematical equations. Typically, by using the engineering data dealing with CFD, it is possible to conduct studies on the existing system behaviors, create new conceptual designs, develop detailed products, and perform troubleshooting or improvements.

FİGES offers simulation-based project, engineering, and consultation services for multi-disciplinary industrial applications. Powered with the industry leading ANSYS software, the company develops the most suitable understanding and produces the most accurate and fast solutions for its clients by taking the requirements of engineering and limitations of real life into account. In the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics, the company provides almost every sector, including but not limited to, the industries of defense, automotive, maritime, aviation, energy, domestic appliances, construction, turbomachinery, and chemistry, with analysis services. Along with its experienced staff of engineers, the company offers services in the areas such as single and multi-phased flows, heat exchanges, turbulence modelling, phase exchanges, chemical reaction flows, flow-induced noise (acoustics), free surface flows, optimization, and fluid-structure interaction.


Analyses of Internal and External Flow

Typically, the flow problems are divided into two groups: internal and external. Fundamentally, the internal flow analysis is defined as the analysis..

Heat Analyses

As is the case in almost every area of engineering and technology, the heat exchange problems are of critical importance in the mechanical engineering.

Multi-Phase Flows

The complexity of the industrial mixing and separation systems, and the increased costs of conducting experiments have pushed the project owners towards preferring the numerical solution methods.

Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI)

All fluid flows put pressure on the solid objects they interact with, which may cause deformation. In response, this deformation may affect the liquid flow..

Chemical Reactions and Combustion

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) can be used for simulating the flows created by the combustion reactions.


In terms of Computational Fluid Dynamics, optimization is defined as the process of attaining the best solution to meet the system requirements for a specific purpose under certain criteria.

Reduced Order Model (ROM)

Compared to a full 3D simulation, reduced Order Models (ROM) can significantly accelerate your simulation time without compromising the accuracy.

Turbomachinery Analyses

Turbomachinery is the most useful and difficult type of the fluid simulations. From modelling to network creation, from solution to final processing, ANSYS offers innovations..

Turbulent Modelling

Although most natural flows have turbulent regimes, there is not one-for-all turbulence model available for all flow applications. Therefore, the user must choose the most suitable model based on certain criteria..

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