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Virtual Flow Loop Testing for Valves
Posted Thu April 30, 2020 @09:50AM
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Announcements simulationHub will host Virtual Flow Loop Testing for Valves on Thursday, May 7th, 2020.

Understanding flow through valves is essential in optimum valve design. CFD helps in predicting valve performance and gives a good insight into the flow physics. During this webinar, you will be introduced to the capabilities and applications of the Autonomous Valve CFD app.


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With the emergence of cloud computing, virtual testing of designs and performance optimization has become possible through a cloud-based CFD app, with a reduced need of producing physical prototypes.

A series of CFD simulations for different valve openings (minimum to maximum) are used to calculate the flow coefficient Cv value at each condition.

Autonomous Valve CFD (AVC) app is a cloud-based webapp for predicting the performance of valves using fluid flow simulations. The app provides a web browser-based graphical interface that allows designers to perform flow simulations on their valve geometry and compute valve flow coefficient curves Cv & Kv and coefficient of hydrodynamic torque Cdt.

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