**Services and Training:** Combustion Simulation, Multiphase Simulation, Aerodynamics Simulation,
TurboMachines Simulation,
Finite Element Analysis (FEA).

Numerical simulation Of Flow, Governing equations, Model the Geometry and Flow Domain, Generate the Grid/mesh, Establish the Boundary and Initial Conditions, establish the Simulation Strategy, Perform the Simulation, Monitor the Simulation, Post-process the Simulation to get the Results, Interpretation of CFD Simulation, Verification and Validation.

Growth in complexity of unsolved engineering problems

Need for quick solution of moderate accuracy

Absence of analytical solutions

The prohibitive costs involved in performing even scaled laboratory experiments

Efficient solution algorithms

Developments in computers in terms of speed and storage

Serial/parallel/web computing

Sophisticated pre and post processing facilities

CFD is a simulation tool, which uses a power computer
and applied mathematics to model fluid flow situations.

• In 1928, the application of CFD started in fluid flow

• Daimler Chrysler was the first company to use CFD in
Automotive sector.

• Speedo was the first swimwear company to use CFD

• The adoption of CFD technology by food engineers
began in the 1990s.

CFD :

Complements actual engineering testing

Reduces engineering testing costs

Provides comprehensive data not easily obtainable from experimental tests.

Reduces the product-to-market time and costs

Helps understand defects, problems and issues in product/process.

**Finite Element Analysis (FEA)**

Static Stress Analysis

Design Optimization

Non-Linear Analysis

Large Deformation and Contact

Time Dependent Analysis

Fatigue Life and Durability Analysis

Damage Tolerance of Composite

Dynamic Analysis

Heat Transfer Analysis

Thermal-stress Analysis

Fluid Diffusion

Structural Optimisation

Finite Element Modelling and Analysis

Static and Dynamic shock, vibration and structural analysis

Life Estimation

Seismic

Blast

Pipeline Stress analysis and safety assessments

**Types of materials**

-Isotropic for standard metallic or non-metallic materials

-Orthotropic and anisotropic for material properties showing direction dependency like composite or wood

-Hyperelastic for rubbers and elastomeric

-Non-linear material behavior for materials sustaining permanent deformations (e.g.: plasticity) or showing complex behavior (e.g.: non-linear elasticity)

-Material behavior driven by experimental data (linear and non-linear).