Advanced Analysis also carry out general-purpose Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis support in a wide range of applications, including:
Flow assurance in gas and liquid pipelines
Modelling cavitation and turbulence
Liquid sloshing modelling
Heat exchangers modelling
Pipe and valve erosion
Natural and forced ventilation of buildings
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) involves the use of numerical methods and algorithms to simulate the behavior of multiphase fluids, which can include gases, liquids, and solids in various combinations.
Multiphase flows are common in many industrial processes, such as oil and gas production, chemical processing, and power generation. Accurate modeling of these flows can help to optimize process efficiency, reduce costs, and improve safety.
CFD multiphase analysis involves the use of mathematical models and computer simulations to predict the behavior of these complex flows. The simulations can be used to analyze the flow of fluids through pipes and vessels, the mixing of different fluids, the behavior of fluids under different conditions such as pressure, temperature, and velocity, and the impact of different factors such as gravity and turbulence.
Advanced Analysis have the expertise and tools necessary to perform CFD multiphase analysis for clients in various industries. This can include providing recommendations for process improvements, designing and optimizing equipment, and evaluating the impact of potential hazards on process safety.