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In recent years we've heard a lot of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) about studying fluid flow.

So, what's CFD?

CFD is a collection of computational simulation techniques employed to discover and analyze computational solutions to conservation equations of physical quantities that are important in a flow. These include:

Mass conservation

Momentum and energy conservation.

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) flow simulation (In Spanish “simulacin de flujo CFD”) techniques can predict chemical and physical phenomena that occur inflow. They can simulate the physical phenomenon in an approximate method that is similar concerning differential equations. These differences are referred to as residuals or errors.

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To solve the problems of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) – it is essential to describe the problem i.e. the geometry, the flow conditions, and the specifications in simulation (precision level, time required, and solution of the desired parameters).

What's the CFD significance?

In CFD it is possible to simulate and analyze the performance of fluid flow in the study models we use. The use of CFD simulation has several advantages compared to research studies that are based on theories and experiments:

Low purchase and operation cost

Information on the flow of fluid studied

Facilitates the rapid change of parameters during the flow analysis

Allows simulating flow in complex and intricate geometries, and allows studying phenomena that are impossible to study in a model (ex for example explosions).

Despite all that, indeed, the CFD is not a substitute for knowledge and experience of the must always take a view of two to analyze the results.

Importance Of CFD Simulation