Applied Fluid Dynamics Inc. (AFD Inc.) specializes in research and development in the support of industrially motivated challenges and technology broadly related to fluid dynamics.

Toward this specialty AFD Inc. offers a wide range of services targeting the challenges faced in industrial fluid dynamics. Our capabilities include design and implementation of physical experiments and tests, flow simulations and computation, as well as analytical modelling using engineering-based analysis techniques. With expertise derived from Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, the objective of AFD Inc. is to provide practical, cost-effective, and realizable solutions to complex problems. Toward this objective we maintain access to state-of-the-art flow facilities and computational resources so that we can derive a fundamental understanding of the underlying physics required to develop solutions to new and evolving challenges.

Applied Fluid Dynamics Inc. is dedicated to our clients. Not only by the quality of our efforts but also by remaining both responsive and accessible. We look forward to a wide-range of challenges  of any scale. Contact us for a confidential discussion of how we can work together.

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Wind Tunnel Testing

Implementing a physical experiment represents a clear bridge between concepts and application. Let AFD make this possible by designing and implementing an experimental program aimed at obtaining and analyzing purposeful data for your application.

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Computational Fluid Dynamics employs numerical methods to solve the equations describing fluid flows. This provides a wealth of predictive capability for your application. The advantage of this modelling technique is that optimization may be performed on a computer minimizing costly iterative design.

Analytical Modelling

An analytical model generally involves the use of simplified equations and empirical (or semi-empirical) correlations. Such analysis can enable improved design concepts prior to higher-order approaches involving either experimentation or high-fidelity computations.