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Tuesday, May 05, 2020
By Prathamesh Badadal
This blog speaks about a category of the ball valve: Full port ball valve. In this blog we address the understanding of Cv in case of a full port ball valve. The need of special treatment to the full port ball valve Cv is described in detail.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
By Aaditya Ruiker
This blog will give you an overview of predicting flow characteristic curves for different angles of V-port in ball valve design in the control application. Preview and the capabilities of Autonomous valve CFD to carry out the design of experiments
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
By Chaitanya Rane
This is a press release article for the improved initial flowrate methodology developed by the simulationHub team for the virtual flow loop testing process used to predict Cv, Kv & Cdt values in the Autonomous Valve CFD app. This new methodology will deliver better velocity predictions and doing so will reduce the simulation time significantly. Read more about this new advancement in the article.
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
By Sneha Shetty
This is the press release on the new feature of Net Cv and Gross Cv provided in the Autonomous Valve CFD app in performance details.The Autonomous Valve CFD app helps in getting flow performance coefficients like Cv, Kv and Cdt. The users can now get both the Gross Cv and Net Cv in the results section of the Autonomous Valve CFD app.
Monday, December 30, 2019
By Vijay Mali
The 4th industrial revolution is upon us. We are witnessing the convergence of AI, generative design, VR, AR, additive manufacturing, IoT and many advanced technologies. We are witnessing the new era of product design and engineering. This blog summarizes how these technologies are changing the environment of valve design and engineering and helps through some light on how valve manufacturers can use them to create a unique position in the market.
Saturday, July 06, 2019
By Aaditya Ruiker
This blog discusses the causes of cavitation, and current methods of determination of valve cavitation and how Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) will help in minimizing it. Briefly, it presents a short study on the identifying onset of valve cavitation on a DN100 globe valve using a cloud-based valve CFD software by simulationHub.