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simFlow is a powerful general-purpose CFD software.

It combines an intuitive graphical user interface with the advantages of the open-source OpenFOAM® libraries.

With simFlow you can:

  • create and import the mesh
  • define boundary conditions
  • parameterize the case
  • run the simulation
  • compute in parallel with just one click
  • post-process results with ParaView

As a comprehensive numerical tool, simFlow offers functionalities to handle such phenomena as:

  • compressible and incompressible fluid flows
  • turbulent flows
  • heat transfer, including conjugate heat transfer
  • multiphase flows
  • cavitation
  • chemical reactions

These processes can be modeled in both stationary and rotating reference frames or using dynamic mesh. If necessary, it is also possible to treat a solid material as a porous medium.

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aerodynamics

simFlow offers the ability to simulate external and internal flows in a
wide variety of applications, such as: road vehicles, aircrafts, trains,
buildings, industrial facilities and many others.

In simFlow you can use the state-of-the-art turbulence models,
discretization schemes and numerical methods. Simulation results may help you in determination of:

  • velocities
  • pressure drops
  • lift or drag forces

Knowledge of aerodynamics in high-tech applications facilitates decision-making process and allows engineers to optimize the design before its physical production and prototype testing.

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heat transfer

Heat transfer processes are of great importance in many industries like aeronautics, power engineering, metallurgy, HVAC and electronics.

Heat transfer studies performed in simFlow can cover:

  • conduction
  • natural and forced convection
  • radiation
  • conjugate heat transfer between solids and fluids

Simulation results may give you an insight into temperatures in critical locations or serve as an input to stress analysis.

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combustion

Sophisticated species transport models that are implemented in simFlow allow for simulations of non-premixed, premixed and partially-premixed flames.

Among many potential applications, simFlow capabilities can be used to:

  • estimate efficiency of chemical reactors
  • model spray phenomena and coal combustion
  • predict pollutant emissions from various combustion systems

Temperature field and spatio-temporal species concentrations calculated in such analyses may bring an engineer closer to the optimal design.

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