Computational Fluid Dynamics

Waste Water


Computational fluid dynamics is a computer based tool that uses numerical methods and algorithms to simulate the behaviour of involving fluid flow and other physical processes by solving the equations of fluid flow and energy conservation over the region of interest. By understanding how the process within the system works, Proxion Process engineers can help design and optimise a better process. Our focus is on providing an accurate solution within a cost effective limit.

Some of the modelling techniques used by Proxion Process engineers include:

  • Fluid-structure interaction
  • Non-Newtonian fluids
  • Advanced turbulence models
  • Radiation
  • Combustion
  • Particle transport
  • Fluid-structure interaction
  • Flow Assurance

With a strong background in modelling tools and support by a network of disciple engineering experts, Proxion Process offers knowledge to deliver the most rigorous CFD solutions and to provide clear design and operation recommendations.

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Crude Separator using CFD

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