Computational Fluid Dynamics
CFD is employed as a tool in a variety of projects at the Institute. All researchers using CFD belong to the informal CFD-group, which serves as a forum for the exchange of knowledge and know-how in CFD. This collaboration ensures an efficient and results-oriented use of CFD-tools in our research.
Currently, a variety of commercial CFD-tools are being used to simulate the following phenomena:
- Mass and heat transfer
- Reactive and non-reactive multiphase flows
- Non-Newtonian rheology
- Transport phenomena in electric fields
- Module Design
For further information on CFD, please contact Martin Brinks.