Passer au contenu

Simulate fluids dominated by diffusion and viscous or viscoelastic behavior

With the addition of computational rheology in Simcenter at no extra cost, engineers can now simulate fluids dominated by diffusion and viscous or viscoelastic behavior. Modeling these simulations is possible thanks to the added finite element solver. This method is useful to engineers in consumer product, waste processing, and food and beverage industries who work with mixers, flow containers, slurries, extrusions, and material processing. Simulating rheology accurately is the key to reducing power consumption, emissions and raw material usage while improving product reliability, user experience and liability costs.

Rheology

With the addition of computational rheology in Simcenter at no extra cost, engineers can now simulate fluids dominated by diffusion and viscous or viscoelastic behavior. Modeling these simulations is possible thanks to the added finite element solver. This method is useful to engineers in consumer product, waste processing, and food and beverage industries who work with mixers, flow containers, slurries, extrusions, and material processing. Simulating rheology accurately is the key to reducing power consumption, emissions and raw material usage while improving product reliability, user experience and liability costs.