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Our CAE/CFD experts are dedicated to providing guidance and recommendations to help you achieve your multiphysics simulation objectives in the most effective and efficient manner.
Built Environment
The changing landscape of the urban environment and rapid industrialization have led to a degradation of the urban environment. The Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect, especially during peak summer months, negatively impacts human comfort and increases building energy demand. CFD simulations can be used to understand and analyse wind flow and temperature effects to design a more sustainable, energy efficient and comfortable layout.
Data Centre
CFD is used in data centres to simulate and optimize airflow patterns, temperature distribution, and cooling efficiency. This helps in designing effective cooling systems, minimizing hot spots, and ensuring optimal performance and reliability of the data centre equipment.
CFD is used in HVAC to simulate and analyse airflow patterns, temperature distributions, and contaminant dispersion within buildings. It helps engineers optimize HVAC system designs for better thermal comfort, indoor air quality, and energy efficiency.
Clean Energy
Solar Power 
Solar is one of the prime non-fossil fuel generators of energy. A “well-engineered” farm will continue to perform and operate as expected despite challenges from various environmental factors (dust, wind, seasonal temperature changes, etc.) CAE (including CFD) is an indispensable tool in the design and engineering of solar farms.
Wind Power
Wind power is at the forefront of the renewable energy sector. Co-simulation (e.g., Cradle CFD + NASTRAN) we can help to predict turbine blade performance during rotation and wind speed change thus enhancing the turbine blade design and performance. Multi-physics focused CFD that incorporate complex phenomena, rather than aerodynamic analysis only, can help improve wind turbine performance and extend wind turbine lifetime.
Oil & Gas
CFD is utilized in the oil and gas industry to simulate and optimize fluid flow behaviour within complex systems such as pipelines, wells, and refineries. This enables engineers to enhance operational efficiency, design safer equipment, and predict potential hazards, ultimately reducing costs and improving overall performance.

Tidal Power

CFD in Tidal Power is a powerful tool in simulating fluid flow patterns, optimizing turbine design, and predicting power generation efficiency. By analysing tidal currents and turbulence, CFD enables engineers to enhance the performance and reliability of tidal turbines.


Industrial Equipment
Utilizing CFD within Industrial Equipment involves simulating fluid flow, heat transfer, and associated phenomena in machinery. This enables engineers to refine designs, forecast performance, and identify potential problems prior to physical prototyping, ultimately minimizing expenses and accelerating time-to-market.


In the aerospace industry, CFD plays a crucial role in modelling airflow around aircraft elements, refining aerodynamic designs, and forecasting key performance metrics like lift, drag, and fuel efficiency. This technology empowers engineers to scrutinize intricate fluid flow behaviours, thereby improving aircraft safety and performance, all the while cutting down on development expenses and time-to-market.


CAE in the automotive sector plays a vital role. From the modelling and assessing airflow around the vehicle, to better aerodynamic designs for enhanced fuel efficiency, to occupant comfort in the cabin of the vehicle to Noise-Vibration-Harshness analyses to vehicle body dynamics various computational analyses methods are indispensable.


In electronics, CFD is employed to model and evaluate airflow, temperature dispersion, and heat exchange within devices like computer chips or circuit boards. This allows engineers to refine thermal control systems, mitigate overheating risks, and improve the efficiency and dependability of electronic parts.
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