Paper: A two-year study by Jin Xu and William W. Liou, PhD, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering / Computational Engineering Physics Lab, Western Michigan University and Yang Yang, Cook Research Incorporated
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is an aspect of multiphysics system analysis that undertakes simulating the behavior of fluids and their thermodynamic properties using numerical models.
Engineering Simulation is used in many industries such as Aerospace, Oil & Gas, Automotive, Electronics Design to make critical decisions while saving money. For the Data Center industry, it predicts airflow and temperature distribution regardless of the status of the site.
Computational fluid dynamics, or CFD, is moving toward democratization. Once the province of a subset of specialists, CFD is now reaching an ever-greater population of engineers.