Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

3S MEP’s CFD engineers have years of experience in providing CFD consulting services for discerning manufacturers looking for best practices in numerical simulations.
Using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) technology, we can finely tune your HVAC installation to meet specific requirements before even mounting a single piece of equipment on board your ship.
CFD enables us to realistically simulate air flows within the project space in advance. As a result, we can accurately predict where deficiencies in the HVAC system may occur, such as drafts, high levels of turbulence, high pressure drop and poor air distribution

CFD considers everything from the influence of sunlight to the layout of the rooms and the placement of air vents around furnishings, resulting in a comfort analysis and/or product validation. The goal is to figure out the best air circulation solutions for the specific project space.

Building Environments

Over the years, our expertise in the analysis of airflow, heat, humidity and contamination for sensible environments has created significant value for multiple building environment such as bio-pharma facilities, laboratories, industrial enclosures, warehouses, greenhouses, underground environments, server rooms and office buildings. Typical projects will usually target ventilation design, air quality, thermal comfort, humidity control or contaminant control. We have worked extensively on containment strategies for cleanrooms and laboratories, the configuration of refrigerated spaces, identifying gas leaks for assessment of explosive limits or workers’ exposure, improving thermal comfort in offices, and assessing indices of Indoor Air Quality (AIQ).
We utilize ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS CFX, Autodesk CFD and OpenFOAM on high-performance workstations with excellent computational capabilities to accurately predict flow behaviour and validate the design prior to manufacturing.
As a full-service engineering company, we have remained a trusted partner for clients spread across the globe.
Architectural (AEC) engineering analyses can be classified into three major categories:
⦁ Natural Ventilation.
⦁ Wind Loading
⦁ Mechanical Ventilation

Natural Ventilation

Natural ventilation is the process of supplying and removing air through an indoor space without the use of a fan or another mechanical system.
Natural ventilation is driven by wind and stack effects based on temperature and pressure differences, as well as on outdoor wind speeds.
So for these factors, you must add the building’s position, wind exposure or entrance locations all of which need to be tested.

Wind Load

CFD simulation is to assess the overall wind load affecting buildings in the most extreme conditions or for different wind speeds and wind direction.
Also due to the presence of multiple buildings in a block the flow can locally accelerate producing localized wind gusts at the pedestrian level, this has to calculated already in the design phase.

Mechanical Ventilation

Mechanical, or forced ventilation, is a type of HVAC system where a combination of blowers,
ducts, fans, or filters etc. are used to bring and remove air from a space. This type of ventilation is
very effective in controlling air quality, humidity, and temperature.

Why choose 3S MEP CFD for CFD Simulation and Modeling Services?

  • Qualified & experienced Computational Fluid Dynamics – CFD consultants / experts
  • ast experience in consulting to resolve flow analysis problems encountered in variety of industries
  • Flexible project pricing options – Fixed Price or Hourly Rates
  • Infrastructure scalability based on the project requirements
  • Large team of CFD engineers and CAD / design engineers to support our CFD team
  • Strong backbone of technical & computational architecture & infrastructure
  • Close collaboration with reputed institutions and scientific communities like Indian Institute of
    Technology (IIT)
  • We strongly believe in building long term business relationships with trust and honesty