Simcenter SPH Flow

Accelerate the analysis of complex transient applications with rapid meshless CFD

Electric motor cooling

In today’s fast-paced environment, engineers need to leverage sophisticated simulations earlier and more often in their design process. Simcenter SPH Flow enables fast and automated analysis of complex applications with transient flows and motion, accelerating time to results and enabling innovation.

Simcenter SPH Flow is a rapid meshless computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software that provides designers and analysts a fully integrated workflow to easily and quickly improve their designs earlier in the development cycle. It uses the innovative smoothed-particle hydrodynamics (SPH) method.

The SPH method is part of a new generation of numerical methods, developed to overcome meshing-related constraints with traditional approaches while still being based on the Navier-Stokes equations. Classical methods like finite volume that require volume meshing can be challenging for applications such as dynamic flows with complex interfaces, which SPH can address.

With its Lagrangian characteristic and its particle-based approach, Simcenter SPH Flow is particularly well suited for highly dynamic flows, deformable and complex boundaries and interfaces with fragmentations/reconnections, such as solid impacts, shocks, breaking waves, jets and splashes, moving parts, deformations and more.

Simcenter SPH Flow includes a fully integrated simulation environment (Simcenter SPH Flow Studio) which provides an intuitive guided user interface for automatic geometry preparation, simulation setup, and solution analysis. Together, they accelerate the analysis of complex applications that involve highly dynamic fluid flows and motion such as gearbox lubrication, tank sloshing or electric motor spray cooling in the automotive, aerospace and marine industries.

These product solutions offer unprecedented complex simulation capabilities that enable customers to design safer and more competitive products, in reduced time and cost.

Find out more: www.nextflow-software.com

Simcenter SPH Flow

In today’s fast-paced environment, engineers need to leverage sophisticated simulations earlier and more often in their design process. Simcenter SPH Flow enables fast and automated analysis of complex applications with transient flows and motion, accelerating time to results and enabling innovation.

Simcenter SPH Flow is a rapid meshless computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software that provides designers and analysts a fully integrated workflow to easily and quickly improve their designs earlier in the development cycle. It uses the innovative smoothed-particle hydrodynamics (SPH) method.

The SPH method is part of a new generation of numerical methods, developed to overcome meshing-related constraints with traditional approaches while still being based on the Navier-Stokes equations. Classical methods like finite volume that require volume meshing can be challenging for applications such as dynamic flows with complex interfaces, which SPH can address.

With its Lagrangian characteristic and its particle-based approach, Simcenter SPH Flow is particularly well suited for highly dynamic flows, deformable and complex boundaries and interfaces with fragmentations/reconnections, such as solid impacts, shocks, breaking waves, jets and splashes, moving parts, deformations and more.

Simcenter SPH Flow includes a fully integrated simulation environment (Simcenter SPH Flow Studio) which provides an intuitive guided user interface for automatic geometry preparation, simulation setup, and solution analysis. Together, they accelerate the analysis of complex applications that involve highly dynamic fluid flows and motion such as gearbox lubrication, tank sloshing or electric motor spray cooling in the automotive, aerospace and marine industries.

These product solutions offer unprecedented complex simulation capabilities that enable customers to design safer and more competitive products, in reduced time and cost.

Find out more: www.nextflow-software.com