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Posts tagged with 'R&D'

18 Jan, 2010

May the force be with you

Posted by Nazita Saye

Nazita Saye Don’t worry… I’m not going Sci-Fi on you. I’m talking about reaction forces. What do I mean by reaction forces? Well, when there is a relative motion between a solid object and a surrounding fluid, a force will be placed on the solid due to the pressure variation over the surface of the solid. This force is caused by the change in speed and direction of the fluid. For example, we see reaction forces … Read More

Safety, Reaction Forces, Design Engineer, FloEFD, CFD, Quality, R&D, Physical Prototype

7 Oct, 2009

Time Compression is King

Posted by Nazita Saye

Nazita Saye I’m rather proud of our products so whenever I speak with people I have a tendency to talk about features and functions… the juicy stuff. So it’s easy to forget that one of the main benefits of simulation is time compression. In the not too distant past, most companies used to do analysis only after the physical prototyping phase. The design team would create a cool design, the proposed design would … Read More

R&D, Valve, Cavitation, CFD, CAD-Embedded, Water Hammer, Hydraulics, Physical Prototype, Design Engineer

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