This blog will give you an overview of how using simulationHub's Autonomous Valve CFD App has an advantage over other present CFD software. The topics such as expertise, user interface, cost and time are considered while the comparison is made. In addition to this, a user experience is shared in terms of improvising and adapting from a traditional CFD approach to AVC.
We have recently launched our new product Autonomous HVAC CFD. On the occasion of this launch, I thought of telling you the story. A story that talks about the “Why and what” of the product. This is little behind the curtain stories, little philosophical, and little about the vision. I hope you will enjoy reading and knowing more about this new start across the block.
This blog describes more about the projects performed by simulationHub’s Autonomous Valve CFD app. Through its case studies, it showcases the flow loop testing process used to predict Cv, Kv, CDT values using the Autonomous Valve CFD app.
simulationHub team has written the article on topic of hydrodynamic torque in the recently published Valve World magazine – Vol. 26, Issue 4, April 2021. Knowing the valve torque is essential in actuator sizing. Major components of total shaft torque include seating, bearing, packing frictional torque and flow-induced hydrodynamic torque.
This is a press release article to help you to understand the results generated using simulationHub’s Autonomous Valve CFD app’s powerful post-processing utilities. Also helps in understanding the 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. Read more about this advancement in the article.
This blog speaks about a category of the Gate valve: Wedge Gate valve. In this blog we will have a look at the mechanism of the wedge gate valve, its uses, advantages and disadvantages. In the end we would see the CFD analysis of the valve using Autonomous Valve CFD.