The present project consists of simulating the fluid-dynamic and acoustic behaviour of an engine exhaust silencer to support the manufacturer’s design calculations.
The objective of the project is to redesign a reactive-dissipative muffler for engines to optimize its overall attenuation in a frequency range of 16 to 2000 Hz.
In this project, it is proposed to validate a ball valve prototype to check if it meets the required operating conditions.
This project deals with the optimized design of a centrifugal pump to operate in a certain operating range, evaluating different modifications to maximize the performance of the equipment.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation is a process by which it is possible to know in a virtual and detailed way the behaviour of a fluid through any equipment.
For small and medium manufacturers, the idea of opting for R&D can be a major headache. On many occasions, if your range of products works, getting involved in projects of this type seems not very profitable…
Increasing revenue per product sold, reducing the size and weight of the equipment to be manufactured, speeding up the custom design process for a client with the consequent reduction of resources invested during manufacturing.
Simular consiste en recrear de forma virtual el comportamiento que un sistema presentaría bajo unas condiciones determinadas.
Las simulaciones por elementos finitos abarcan un numeroso campo de fenómenos y posibilidades.