Introducing Concurrent CFD: FloEFD
FloEFD™ is concurrent CFD, it is the only fully embedded CFD analysis software available for MCAD systems users, enabling designers to quickly test, analyze and optimize their products design geometry throughout every stage of the workflow and allowing them to fully explore ‘what-if’ scenarios with their CAD designs.
FloEFD: CFD for the Design Engineer
Design better, more reliable products, faster with Concurrent CFD - embedded computational fluid dynamics purposely designed for the Design Engineer. FloEFD allows users to perform quick, accurate CFD analysis...
Engineering Challenge Areas
See how FloEFD helps engineers achieve increased product reliability, reduce prototypes, and reduce time-to-market.
FloEFD Demonstration: Ball Valve Simulation
Ball Valve Simulation
FloEFD Demonstration: Automotive Intake Manifold
Pressure Drop Analysis of a Automotive Intake Manifold: This demonstration shows how to perform an internal flow distribution analysis through an intake manifold and to measure pressure drop across the...
FloEFD Demonstration: Turbocharger
- Easy-to-use MCAD embedded CFD
- Add ‘Boundary Conditions’ directly to your MCAD geometry
- Recognizes the Meshing Areas in your CAD geometry
- Built-in analysis wizard customizable to your requirements
- Robust 3D visualization
- Output detailed reports to Microsoft Excel and Word
- Effortless ‘What-If’ testing ability, direct within your MCAD system
This paper provides CIMdata's perspective on Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis and simulation; the motivations for its use, its value and future, and the importance for making CFD available... View White Paper
The power tool manufacturer creates more efficient engine designs in far less time with FloEFD™ computational fluid dynamics software. View Success Story
The spray gun manufacturer uses FloEFD in their CAD environment to cut development time by 66%. View Success Story
In the News
Azonix used FloEFD software from the Mentor Graphics Corporation Mechanical Analysis Division (formerly Flomerics) to reduce the number of thermal prototypes required from up to 12 to 1 on its new Terra... View News Article