Anything that flows is a fluid. Many phenomena apart from liquids and gases are also considered fluids, and modeled using equations of fluid mechanics. These include:
- Multi-phase liquids
- Large ensembles of particles
- “Flowy” phenomena such as vehicular traffic and crowds(to a certain extent)
- Fluidized particle beds
Fluid mechanics is important in many industries: automotive, aerospace, chemical and manufacturing industries being the obvious examples. Fluid mechanics is also important in scientific endeavors such as meteorology (the science of weather), atmospheric sciences and astrophysics.
We solve complex problems which involve multi-phase, multi-species
fluid flow, fluid-structure interaction, flow through porous media,
flow homogenization, non-Newtonian fluids and heat transfer in fluids.
PIPELINE FLOW SIMULATOR. Calculates pressure drop across a pipeline given its design and the total rate of fluid flow. Apart from building the solver, we also built a front end so that engineers not specializing in simulations will be able to use the software to design and optimize pipelines for various applications.