Computational Fluid Dynamics


We do offer numerical analysis (CFD) in very wide range of problems – starts from “everyday life” tasks to advance encountered in industry at the end.
Contact us to dispel all doubts and gain answers to your most bothering questions.

OpenSim is a professional computing office dealing with numerical analysis in the field of fluid dynamics (known as CFD).
Our offer is directed to companies who didn’t use computing tools yet or to companies who are interested to reduce costs of very expensive commercial softwares.
If you’re convinced that your company can’t afford to use numerical analysis and advanced computers are not your own- contact us !
Our experience and knowledge combined with open source tools such as OpenFoam give us possibility to solve even most complicated task to make your product better.

SOFTWARE

We usually use OpenFoam in our daily work. It causes cost reduction comparing commercial programs.
That is why numerical analysis are now available for microcorporation also.
If you’re familiar with numerical methods, commerial software is commonly use in your company but licenses and clasters cost are to expensive – we can help you to reduce them.

WHAT DO WE DO?

WE ANALYZE PROBLEM

WE PREPARE CALCULATIONS

WE PREPARE REPORTS

WE ORGANIZE TRAININGS

office@open-sim.com

tel.+48600 984 573

SOME EXAMPLES

CFD analysis of the turbine using the mesh motion-distribution of the velocity field.

Aerodynamic analysis  UAV

CFD analysis for air flow around the building- distribution of air streams behind the building.

CFD analysis of the internal flow through the valve. Valve geometry by courtesy of Abrar Shakib https://grabcad.com/library/hand-operated-globe-valve-1

CFD analysis of the internal flow throught the valve. Velocity field distribution. Valve geometry by courtesy of Abrar Shakib https://grabcad.com/library/hand-operated-globe-valve-1

CFD analysis for air flow around the building – streamlines of velocity behind the building

Visualization of air streams for racing car at 100km/h speed

Air flow visualization through cyclon 
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