Advanced Analysis Australia Releases exploCFD- fast, accurate, state of the art, explosion modelling software
exploCFD is a new advanced explosion modelling software tool which is extremely intuitive and easy to use. exploCFD is a Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) tool which is useful within all stages of design and operation. It delivers far more detailed results than the traditional 1-D tools within much a much shorter time frame than traditional CFD models and at a fraction of the cost. exploCFD is revolutionizing the consequence analysis business. FASTER - CHEAPER - BETTER
Revolutionary New CFD Tool
Revolutionary consequence analysis tool for explosion modelling and one of the easiest to use
Reads in a plot plan and recognises its features to construct the geometry. No geometry construction necessary
Continuous development based on expert consultants feedback
Worldwide technical support and training
In order to make the appropriate decisions for a facility with major or significant explosion hazards, you need accurate quantification of overpressure magnitudes and distributions which are not afforded by crude 1D radial models. exploCFD enables you to accurately assess explosion hazards rapidly and accurately.
Benefits of exploCFD for explosion analysis
Extensively validated models with over 3500 cases with realistic geometries.
Easy to use, rapid problem setup using plot plan PDF
No need for time consuming geometry build from scratch.
More accurate than 1D models, easier to sent up
Assess diverse hazards - assess a wide range of flammable and toxic hazards
User friendly - intuitive GUI and easy to access results.
Methodology and validation Papers exploCFD and SU2
 M. Abdel-Jawad, P. Brady, Mihai Ermaliuc, Damian McGuckin Validating a Fast Hybrid Method for Modelling Explosions NAFEMS 2019 CANADA
 Albring, T., M. Sagebaum, and N.R. Gauger, (2016) Efficient Aerodynamic Design using the Discrete Adjoint Method in SU2, in 17th AIAA/ISSMO Multidisciplinary Analysis and Optimization Conference, AIAA: Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
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 Economon, T.D., (2018),Simulation and Adjoint-based Design for Variable Density Incompressible Flows with Heat Transfer, in 2018 Multidisciplinary Analysis and Optimization Conference. AIAA: Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.
 Economon, T.D.,, Dheevatsa Mudigere, Gaurav Bansal, Alexander Heinecked, Francisco Palaciose, Jongsoo Park, Mikhail Smelyanskiy, Juan J.Alonso, PradeepDubey, (2016) , Performance optimizations for scalable implicit RANS calculations with SU2. Computers and Fluids, 2016. 129.
 Economon, T.D., Francisco Palacios, Sean R. Copeland, Trent W. Lukaczyk, Juan J. Alonso (2016) SU2: An Open-Source Suite for Multiphysics Simulation and Design. AIAA Journal, 2016. 54(3): p. 828-846.
 Eggen, J.B.M.M., (1998), GAME: development of guidance for the application of the multi-energy method., TNO Prins Maurits Laboratory: Rijswijk, Netherlands.
 Evans, J.A., R. Exon, and D.M. Johnson, The Repeatability of Large Scale Explosion Experiments, in Offshore Technology Reports. 1999, Health and Safety Executive: Merseyside, United Kingdom.
 Li, J., M. Abdel-jawad, and G. Ma, (2014), New correlation for vapor cloud explosion overpressure calculation at congested configurations. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, (2014). 31: p. 16-25.
 Pini M., S. Vitale, P. Colonna, G. Gori, A. Guardone , T. Economon , J.J. Alonso and F. Palacios, (2017), SU2: the Open-Source Software for Non-ideal Compressible Flows, in 1st International Seminar on Non-Ideal Compressible-Fluid Dynamics for Propulsion & Power. IOP Publishing: Vila Monastero, Varenna, Italy.
 Vandenberg, A. C. (1985). The multi-energy method e a framework for vapor cloud explosion blast prediction. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 12(1), .
 van Wingerden, K., Hansen, O. R., & Foisselon, P. (1999). Predicting blast overpressures caused by vapor cloud explosions in the vicinity of control rooms. Process Safety Progress, 18(1), 17e24. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/prs.680180105
 Accuracy improvement in evaluation of gas explosion overpressures in congestions with safety gaps G Ma, J Li, M Abdel-jawad - Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 2014
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