Using 3D CFD simulations, we are able to realistically simulate complex physical phenomena and to work out optimizations.
3D CFD simulations are performed in order to visualize physical processes, to better understand them to improve the design of the structures and the processes. The focus is to optimize the flow conditions according to the optimal requirements so that undersizing and oversizing can be avoided and the benefit of the investment is maximized.
We consider scrapers, agitators, pumps, nozzles, air intakes, slide valves, gas supply, ventilation, suspended sediment load, material transport, particles, moving objects, fluid-solid interactions and thermodynamics in the context of single-phase and multiphase flows.
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M. Eng. Civil Eng., MBA
Head of Division 3D-CFD
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Mattias Deller, 12. November 2020
As part of the renovation of a culvert on the Rötelbach in the canton of Thurgau, measures to increase capacity were checked using a 2-phase (water/air) 3D-CFD simulation
Mattias Deller, 12. September 2018
The retention time in a fresh water tank has been modeled, using a thermo - hydraulic approach. It could be shown that the steel walls heated by the sun influence the circulation inside the water tank and that compared to a purely hydraulic simulation different retention times are to be expected.