MRIGlobal is a not-for-profit contract research institute with state-of-the-art computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis capabilities. MRIGlobal provides expert consulting support to large and small projects for industry, government, and academia. To discuss your project, contact Kris Schumacher, Ph.D., at 816.326.5042 or email@example.com.
Impact of Nozzle Shape on the Dynamics of Turbulent Jets. CFD provides an economical way to rapidly test the dispersion and flow effects of various nozzle prototypes.
Atmospheric wind blowing over an unloaded bulkhead flat rail car. Decoupled bulkhead flat cars are prone to unwanted aerodynamic drag effects. CFD provides a virtual wind tunnel to characterize drag coefficient vs. wind speed curves.
High-resolution Turbulence Simulation of Airflow through a Wind Fence. A fundamental 'small-scale' understanding is critical when designing and optimizing large indstrial-scale designs.
Large Eddy Simulation of Turbulent Water Flow through a Gate Valve. A dynamic meshing approach allows gate movement. Flow patterns, pressure distribution, and hydrodynamic forces on the gate are readily computed. The effect of closing speed and gate cangle are readily investigated to reduce undesired flow behaviors.
Turbulent Flow Simulation of Water Flow Through a Partially Closed Ball Valve.
MRIGlobal uses computational fluid dynamics (CFD) as a
research tool to perform numerical experiments in order to better understand
the interactions and flow physics within unique systems. The most important aspects of diffusion,
convection, turbulence, hydrodynamic stability, flow separation, etc., can be
analyzed numerically. Fluid flow
problems are inherently nonlinear, often involve complicated geometries, and
are typically coupled with other physical processes. In these cases, the flows are not amenable
to an analytic mathematical solution, and must be investigated via CFD, which
is the study of fluid flows by numerical simulation.
Coupled Heat and Mass Transfer
Chemically Reacting Flows
Coupling to Electromagnetic Fields
MRIGlobal engineers segment series of 2D DICOM images into an arterial network volume.
A surface mesh is generated that encapsulates the
volume. This image illustrates an
aneurysm bleb located at an arterial bifurcation.
significant experience managing and performing large and small
computational analysis studies for a range of client needs. No matter
the size of the project, a dedicated MRIGlobal engineer will work
closely with the client to develop and execute an appropriate analysis.
Please contact us to discuss detailed analysis and interpretation
options for your specific projects.
MRIGlobal uses state-of-the-art
commercial CFD software ANSYS
Fluent® to analyze complex airflow
and environmental control problems.
Large multi-scale and multi-physics
problems are solved using MRIGlobal's
Reduce Costs and Save Time
Computational analysis helps guide
the design process and identify
problems before they happen.
These virtual tests help reduce
costs and time by allowing project
managers to make physics-based decisions.
MRIGlobal has personnel trained
and dedicated to employing
computational fluid dynamics for
engineering design analysis and
fundamental research. MRIGlobal
staff are also available to serve
as third-party reviewers for
computational analysis studies.