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CFD is used extensively in the pharmaceutical industry, in the design of medical equipment, in various bio medical applications, as well as understanding fluid flow and heat transfer in the human body.

Examples of Biomedical CFD Applications:

• Heart pumping             • Vessel graft evaluation 
• Blood flow            • Air flow in lungs
• Joint lubrication            • Cell-fluid interface 
• Tendon-sheath            • Gas exchange 
• Artificial organ design            • Vocal tract analysis
• Microbe locomotion            • Perfusion in tissues
• Nose and sinus flows            • Life support systems
• Spinal fluid flow            • Cardiac valve design


 The temperature distribution in a baker's eye as a result of oven heat radiation      ·       


                Temperature is crucial limiting factor for electronic devices. Since these devices move toward higher power density, the higher temperatures reduce component efficiency and product life. Rising demands can only be met by designing the electronic systems in an intelligent and sustainable manner using innovative tools such as CFD, that can identify problems at an early stage. CFD can provide the necessary insight into product performance early in the design process.   



Aerospce and Defense

 Aerospace and Defense industries use nowadays CFD extensively for many applications: HVAC and cabin comfort of planes and vehicles, water and fuel management, moving parts, transonic and supersonic flow, avionics of airplanes, missiles and UAVs, high-lift problems of takeoff and landing, liquid rocket engine injectors and combustion chamber, maneuverability problems of submarines, etc.




 CFD has a great potential impact on industry, handling problems of complex geometries, multiple fluids, and various operating conditions, without simplifying assumptions. The use of CFD in industry leads to reductions in product cost, reduces the need for physical experiments, shortens time to market, improves design reliability, and facilitates resolution of  issues pertaining to environment, health and right-to-operate. 







 CFD can be used to analyze the impact of building exhausts to the environment, to predict smoke and fire risks in buildings, road and rail tunnels, to quantify indoor environment quality, and to design natural ventilation systems. CFD can be utilized  to study the effect of technological advances on the environment. One can simulate hazardous-waste management to evaluate the significance of such hazards, advise on treatment and containment, and develop regulations to prevent mishaps. CFD is also used in the design of municipal water supply and industrial waste-water treatment-systems pollution and air pollution from automobile exhausts and industrial sources are simulated employing CFD. 






 The fluids in civil engineering are usually air and water. The movement of these fluids is analyzed in many fields such as HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning), the effect of wind on structures, buildings and human comfort, the flow of rivers and their scouring, effluent of rivers, water waves motion and fire safety engineering. 





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