Particleworks

An advanced CFD Software solution, based on the Moving Particle Simulation (MPS) method

Particleworks is an advanced CFD Software solution, based on the Moving Particle Simulation (MPS) method.

Distributed by EnginSoft across Europe, Particleworks provides significant time and cost savings by eliminating the mesh generation that is required for conventional CFD software.

With Particleworks, engineers are able to model and simulate large-scale problems without overwhelming resources.

For CFD Users, Particleworks can help you achieve faster, better process with reduced resource comsumption.

For Engineers relying on tests because traditional CFD is taking too long, complex and resource demanding. Particleworks can help you save money through CAE simulation.

Particleworks is a product of Prometech

 

Particleworks

An advanced CFD Software solution, based on the Moving Particle Simulation (MPS) method

Particleworks

Traditional CFD versus Particleworks Solution

Main Benefits

  Gain significant time and cost savings with the Mesh-free particle method

  Achieve improved accuracy of free surface flow

  Overcome complex boundary geometries with flexible boundary conditions

  Accelerate flexible fluid power/fluid rigid body integrations

  Understand the modularity of chemical reactions and mixing

 

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Reliable hydraulic direct drives for improved performance

Moving particle simulation allows time and money savings in engine development

This technical article presents the study of a radial piston hydraulic motor with an outside cam arrangement for Bosch Rexroth Mellansel AB.

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Damage Estimation of Vehicle through Tsunami Simulation using Particleworks and LS-DYNA

MPS method in fluid computational dynamics offers possibilities for improving the design of vehicle safety

In this technical article, we demonstrate how to apply a one-way coupling technique using a combination of ParticleWorks and LS-DYNA to estimate tsunami damage to a vehicle.

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Large bore engine lubrication system: oil flow and pressure analysis using moving particle simulation

In this study, the focus was on the oil supply system for the big-end-bearings of an 18-cylinder engine, which is one of the largest four-stroke gas engines in existence, ideal for base load applications. Wärtsilä and EnginSoft created a moving-particle simulation model, a meshless method of solving Navier-Stokes equations, which allows complex geometries with moving parts to be simulated.

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Application of Particleworks to the design and performance evaluation of waterproofing for automotive air conditioning systems

This article introduces a case study on the waterproofing of an automotive air conditioning system for rainy conditions using Particleworks, a particle method CFD software.

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Churning loss within a calender roll of a paper machine

Using Particleworks to investigate the churning loss in terms of the torque caused by the oil-piston interaction within a calender roll of a paper machine

Performing flow simulations to investigate the complex loss mechanisms caused by the interaction of the rotating oil ring within a piston in the inside of the roll of a calender, which is an important device of a paper machine. Hereby, the trends of the churning losses are determined for design improvement conducted by Voith Paper R&D.

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