Simulations and CFD tools for consumer goods

Computer simulations are used worldwide in the consumer goods industry to solve technical problems and optimize products and processes.

Durability, reliability, shorter time-to-market and lower production costs are important for most consumer goods, as products need to become more cost-effective and innovation cycles shorter. To meet these requirements, computer simulations are the first choice.

Automated simulation is particularly recommended for series products with high quantities in order to optimize the product's function using parametric variant calculations.

CFD analyses by DHCAE Tools have been successfully used in the following application areas of automotive engineering:

Filling and draining the water in a washbasin

Detailed modeling of the flow of a fan in a tumble dryer with simultaneous stress analysis for the rotor

Modeling the flow in a tumble dryer