ANSYS Fluent

ANSYS Fluent

ANSYS Fluent software is the most-powerful computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tool available, empowering you to go further and faster as you optimize your product's performance. Fluent includes well-validated physical modeling capabilities to deliver fast, accurate results across the widest range of CFD and multiphysics applications.


ANSYS Fluent software contains the broad physical modeling capabilities needed to model flow, turbulence, heat transfer, and reactions for industrial applications—ranging from air flow over an aircraft wing to combustion in a furnace, from bubble columns to oil platforms, from blood flow to semiconductor manufacturing, and from clean room design to wastewater treatment plants. Fluent covers a broad reach, including special models with capabilities to model in-cylinder combustion, aero-acoustics, turbomachinery and multiphase systems.


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Cray Saudi Aramco

Cray Saudi Aramco

Saudi Aramco needed to model complex multiphase problems along with unstructured mesh, complex geometry and multiple global synchronizations. These factors make them more difficult to scale than a single-phase laminar or turbulent flow simulation. “Not all codes can scale to full scale for real-life engineering problems. This full scale Fluent run is unprecedented", said Rooh Khurrman, Staff Scientist, KAUST Supercomputing Core Lab Saudi Aramco.

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Keelwit Technologies

Keelwit Technology

Keelwit Technology is a Spanish engineering consultancy company founded in 2011. The company designs, develops and implements technology projects using a different yet realistic approach. Keelwit focuses on three areas: energy efficiency, sustainable mobility and fluid mechanics. They have been using ANSYS CFD on many client projects to solve highly complex engineering problems.

Watch this video to hear from Keelwit’s co-founders and partners, Isaac Prada y Nogueira and Jose Maria Cancer Aboitiz, about their experiences with ANSYS, particularly focusing on building the largest vertical wind tunnel to study skydiving conditions. The large structure required complex thermal and aerodynamic analysis, with ANSYS CFD used to simulate more than 50 operating conditions.

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