Computational fluid dynamics

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is a discipline which, through computer simulation programs, resolves complex issues relating to the flow of liquids and the surfaces with which those flows interact.

Over recent years there has been a rapid growth in the use of CFD and it’s become the default modelling tool for applications ranging from aviation to medicine. With so many consultants offering the service here are a few reasons why we think a potential client should turn to KGAL:

Our 2D and 3D CFD analysis can apply to an almost limitless range of scenarios; from specific new research to validating existing numerical or physical model results; from determining the velocity distribution of spillway water to the disbursement of sediment.

The images are representative although they come from a real project: the Xayaburi dam currenlty being built on the Lower Mekong in Lao.