3D Numerical modelling of a spillway using the Particle Finite Element Method. Calculated with Kratos Multiphysics. Published in https://rdcu.be/bFZfX
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Current applications of GiD in computational fluid dynamics cover a wide range of external and internal flow problems such as ship hydrodynamics, aerodynamics of buildings and vehicles, analysis of fans, mould filling problems, etc. GiD includes all the necessary facilities for generating structured and non structured meshes in complex geometries, as well as for visualising the flow features of interest such as velocity and pressure contours and line plots, velocity vectors, particle lines, stresses at solid boundaries, etc.
GiD is ideal to be used in a multi-user environment in universities, research centers and enterprises for development and applications of different numerical simulation programs.
Unmanned underwater vehicle with no control module. The simulation is done using Kratos Multiphysics.
CFD analysis of the machine chamber of a ship, taking into account the ventilation system. The simulation was run using Tdyn solver.