Computational Fluid Dynamics

  • Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is a well-established numerical method of simulating steady and unsteady fluid flows and heat transfer phenomena.
  • CFD predicts the behavior of fluids and the resulting effects on the design.
  • CFD is an essential part of the product development process. It is often used to supplement experimental methods and provide following application benefits:
  • Fast and cost-effective
  • In-depth understanding of the flow complexity
  • Easy exploration of multiple designs and scenarios
  • ABEE expertise has solution for multitude of applications:
  • Battery systems for automotive and stationary systems
  • Battery junction boxes (BJB)
  • Power electronics