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Computational Fluid Dynamics


CFD is now routinely applied as an engineering design tool for the study of all forms of fluid flow situation. Since the arrival of the first digital computers in the mid-1950s, CFD has evolved dramatically, progressing from the application of small special-purpose programs, limited to niche applications, to ever-more sophisticated commercial packages capable of representing most industrial applications across virtually all market sectors.

As a result of continuing advances in the software, rapidly increasing computing speeds, and the availability of massive storage systems, CFD can now provide both a qualitative and a quantitative prediction of the interactions between the fluid flow and the model, for example, the wall of the pressure vessel.

CFD displays even more power and versatility when additional physical factors are included, or varied systematically, in the computational model. Such factors can include:

  • Combining calculation of the fluid flow with a heat transfer analysis.
  • Mass transfer.
  • Phase change.
  • Chemical reaction.
  • Allowing motion of a body or a solid surface.
  • Allowing deformation of a liquid surface (and surface waves).
  • Radiation.
  • Changing the physical properties of the fluids.

Case Studies

Statfjord C (Norway)

Statfjord was discovered by Mobil in 1974 and Statoil took over the operatorship on 1st January 1987. The field straddles the border between the Norwegian and British sectors in the Tampen area in the North Sea.

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