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Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Simulation & Analysis Consulting Services

Introduction to CFD

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analyses the flow of fluids using accurate numerical solution methods.

In CFD simulation and analysis, fluid flow and its associated physical properties, such as velocity, pressure, viscosity, density, and temperature, are calculated based on defined operating conditions.

To derive an accurate, physical engineering solution, these quantities are calculated simultaneously.

With CFD simulation analysis, you are better equipped to solve engineering challenges in different fields – from Commercial HVAC Systems to Industrial Data Centers, Retail and  Biomedical Sectors.

Get a real-time perspective on how you can improve your systems with advanced CFD simulation runs.

To build a well-ventilated space in data centers, schools & offices, we use CFD to help you save time and costs.

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Benefits of CFD Simulation & Analysis

Solve complex design problems before you commit time and resources into building your project. Benefit from the practical advantages of using CFD methods today.

Performance forecast before systems installation
Crucial errors can be avoided before building your prototype or installing systems. When designs get too complex, CFD Simulation & Modelling can help you see and analyze clearer to make better informed decisions.

Precise information on HVAC design parameters
In comparison with experimental methods, CFD Analysis offers more accurate information about the fluid flow within your occupied zone. Our expert engineers can help you validate your results, so design developments can take place until you get to your desired result.

Forensic evaluation
Once turned over to facilities maintenance, you can cross-check and run your systems against benchmark standards for validation. CFD Analysis provides you the perfect tool for execution.

Build reliable systems with accurate fluid flow predictions using CFD.

In fluid dynamics, all fluid flows are subjected to unbalanced forces (such as rain, winds, flood, air pollution, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning), resulting in continuous motion.

At Megagenix, we stack up all fluid flows against their macroscopic properties of density, viscosity, pressure, temperature and velocity.

CFD simulations greatly depend on these classifications and variables for our engineers to calculate and analyze predictions in building reliable engineering systems.

Where can CFD Analysis be applied?

As engineers specializing mainly on mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection services, we utilize CFD Analysis on these common spaces where fluid flows regularly interact:

  • Office simulations
  • Smoking lounges
  • Warehouse fire simulation
  • External air building flows
  • Fume hood design
  • Industrial ventilation design
  • Fire management
  • Smoke management
  • Classrooms
  • Vehicular facilities
  • Data centers
  • HVAC design

When you employ our engineering service of CFD Analysis as a value add-on for your projects, you are guaranteed that all fluid flow mechanisms are fine-tuned down to the last detail. 

CFD Design Process

3 Phases of CFD Simulation Process

  • Pre-Processing: The initial stage involves defining the problem to be solved. We prepare 2D/3D geometry for CFD simulation and modelling using mesh generation. Flow condition, fluid properties, laws of physics, initial and boundary conditions and other variables are translated into mathematical models and equations in this stage.

  • Solving: In this phase, actual computations on discrete function values are performed by the CFD iterative solver. This step may need significant time or computing resources. Implementation and debugging are performed on the CFD software, while simultaneously conducting the simulation run based on design parameters and criteria.

  • Post-Processing: Once solved, our expert engineers analyze and visualize the results of the simulation.  This is done qualitatively and quantitatively using reports, monitors, plots, 2D/3D images and animations. We verify, validate and draw conclusions based on the calculated results with industry-specific specialists to get a well-rounded analysis.

Why choose Megagenix for your next CFD Simulation?

The design process can be excruciating with tight costs and schedule constraints. Further iterations down the road can deviate you from your original design intent – leaving you with errors which can be avoided by outsourcing and leveraging our engineering expertise on CFD Analysis to your advantage.

OEM CFD Customisation

Comprehensive Modeling

Failure Analysis Evaluation

Full Database Report

Our aim is to provide you value-for-money service, and through our forte in CFD Analysis, we can encourage multidimensional collaboration resulting to lesser cost overruns, reduced project timeline and robust designs.

Using CFD Simulation to Optimize Cooling

  • Our client needed to achieve optimal air distribution in a Data Center where IT load is evenly distributed across racks.

    Based on CFD Simulation, cooling capacity is affected due to unbalanced tiles, causing uneven air distribution. In all scenarios assessed, servers’ inlet temperature was exceeding 27 ֯C with exit temperature exceeding 38 ֯C. 

    Without installing additional air-con systems running 24/7, optimal air temperature can be achieved simply by adjusting tiles opening and removing potential hotspots trapping heat.

  • Call Us for a Free Consultation
    Explore your solutions with Megagenix by calling us at +65 9658 8117 for a no obligation discussion of your company needs. Our knowledgeable and friendly specialist will be happy to answer your questions and understand your requirements.

    Alternatively, simply email us to request for a quote with your technical specifications & criteria at

Case Study & Sample Report

How can we achieve optimal air distribution in a Data Center where IT load is evenly distributed across racks?

Based on CFD Simulation, cooling capacity is affected due to unbalanced tiles, causing uneven air distribution in all scenarios.

Servers’ inlet temperature exceeding 27 ֯C and exit temperature exceeding 38 ֯C is found in all scenarios.

Potential hot spots can be removed to reduce temperatures. Optimal air distribution can be further achieved by adjusting tiles opening.