Live Webinar: Introducing the possibilities of PowerFLOW, the next generation Lattice Boltzmann CFD solution In recent years, not only computational power is growing, but also new CFD solvers like [...]
Damen Naval Shipyard has built a highly advanced and unique 160m icebreaker for the Australian government. Actiflow has performed simulations in collaboration with Damen to provide insight into the behavior [...]
Congratulations Shanne Braspennincx, Harrie Lavreysen, Jeffrey Hoogland, Roy van de Berg, Mathijs Büchli and Kirsten Wild with all the medals! A great achievement that has seen many years of preparation, [...]
Actiflow is attending this innovation event for the construction, installation and real estate.Meet our experts on 9, 10 and 11 April at our booth nr. 12.03 and find out more about how wind and airflow can affect your building project. Reinier Maas will explain you all about wind and air flow in the built environment...
Until the end of the 20th century, CFD was typically a tool used in an academic environment, or in large aerospace companies. Back then, CFD was a very expensive and time-consuming activity. But over the past 10 to 20 years, CFD methods have developed and computational power ...
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is proved to be more than useful while designing an operating room. CFD shows how aiflow pattern and particle dispersion is influenced and the difference between an OR ‘at rest’ vs ‘in operation’. Aciflow is highly specialized in CFD.
At Actiflow, we use CFD on a daily basis to simulate gas and liquid flows. However, we feel that there is still quite some misunderstanding about this simulation method. Therefore, we provide you some explanatory information about CFD and how we use it.
AZ Zeno is a hospital with a futuristic and uncompromising design. The design offered various challenges concerning wind conditions around the building and good ventilation of the parking garage. Using CFD simulation Actiflow provied insight and advice.