DRG at the introductory course OpenFOAM for CFD analysis

Today Dynaflow Research Group will join the TU Delft Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (DCSE) in hosting an introductory course in the use of OpenFOAM for computational fluid dynamics analysis. This course will be given at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science of Delft University of Technology, in Delft. This course […]

Webinar: Hoe visualiseer ik de verspreiding van aerosolen in een gebouw?

In samenwerking met R-Vent hebben wij afgelopen week de webinar: “Hoe visualiseer ik de verspreiding van aerosolen in mijn gebouw?” gepresenteerd. VentiScan heeft een speciaal ontwikkelde scan die de huidige situatie analyseert om inzicht in de verspreiding van aerosolen in een gebouw te krijgen. Hierbij wordt gebruik gemaakt van de nieuwste inzichten en modellen op […]

VentiScan gaat samenwerking aan met R-Vent Group

” Samen staan we sterker” is een veelal gebruikte slogan sinds dat de Corona-pandemie onder ons is. VentiScan werd opgericht met de gedachte een bijdrage te kunnen leveren aan de bestrijding van dit virus doordat wij over veel kennis en kunde beschikken op het gebied van stromings- en deeltjestransport. VentiScan is samenwerking aangegaan met R-Vent […]

Transport of aerosols (COVID-19) in classrooms – Ventilation comparison

This year we launched our new service to support schools and other buildings in The Netherlands to optimise their room ventilation against Corona spreading. By offering our knowledge and expertise in the field of flow and particle analysis we hope to make a contribution to fighting this terrible virus. VentiScan uses the latest insights and […]

Granular Fluid Flow Simulations

Many industrial processes involve the transport of granular particles in flowing fluids. Simulation of these granular fluid flows is not trivial because of the different time and lengths scales involved, and because of the different nature of the inter-particle and particle-fluid interactions. DRG is trying to overcome these difficulties by developing a coupled CFD-particle solver […]

Dynaflow Research Group launches VentiScan

We are proud to announce the launch of our new service to support schools and other buildings in The Netherlands to optimise their room ventilation against Corona spreading. By offering our knowledge and expertise in the field of flow and particle analysis we hope to make a contribution to fighting this terrible virus. We will […]

DRG increases CPU power for CFD

Dynaflow Research Group has a long history in solving advanced flow problems using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) techniques. CFD is applied to a wide range of research and engineering problems in many different industries. Using CFD enable us to solve flow problems in detail providing valuable insights in flow behavior in complex geometries. Recently DRG […]

DRG presents at OpenFoam Workshop 2020

DRG presents at OpenFoam Workshop Delft, 12 March 2020 Today Dynaflow Research Group will give a presentation “The latest developments of DEM coupling in OpenFOAM for industrial applications” at the OpenFOAM Workshop organized by the TU Delft Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (DCSE). We will present an overview of the CFD consultancy services for […]

#SimulationFriday

Dynaflow Research Group is an active contributor to Simulation Friday on Twitter. This simulation can be anything from something serious and technical to something that is not really relevant. Over the years we have created funny and cool short simulations which most of the time are directly connected to our core business such as fluid […]

DRG presents at ENGYS

DRG presents at ENGYS User Group Meeting 2019 London – United Kingdom   From 16 until 18 September 2019, Engys brings the global community of users of their open-source CFD software tools HELYX and ELEMENTS together. The events consists of a training day and two days of technical sessions. On Tuesday 17 September Dynaflow Research […]