Software CRADLE Co. Ltd. (Osaka, Japan) has been developing fluid flow and heat transfer simulation software products since 1984. A list of companies that are using CRADLE softwares day-by-day is here. The absolute Number 1 software tools in Japan has now arrived to this region of Europe. What we know about the masterpieces of Japanese engineering, these are true for the CRADLE software as well.

Flow Computing Technologies Ltd. has been a proud distributor of Software CRALDE's CFD simulation tools in the United Kingdom since 2012. Our CFD software tools are fast and powerful like the Nissan GT-R. Precise and focused like the Katana sword. Accurate and comfortable like the Shinkansen train.

But which one gives exactly that answer you need? You can easily find the one for the purpose if you identify your applications or your problems to be solved below.

  1. How much lift force and drag car bodies generate?
  2. How does the rubber sealing deform in the pneumatic valve and what noise does it generate if air with 6 bar pressure flows through?
  3. What is the frequency and amplitude of noise that is generated by the wind turbine?
  4. How can the air cooling of freshly cast automotive parts be intensified to save a costy heat treating?
  5. What torque can be measured at the rotation axis of a mixer and what is the shape of free fluid surface like in the mixing tank?
  6. Have you got complex, curved surfaces in your simulation geometry and you have a whole lot of them?
  1. Would you like to know in the development phase if components of performance electronics that are packed to a small space will burn or not?
  2. Will the LEDs in the high performance spot lamp overheat so neither their expected lifetime nor their color match the design criteria?
  3. Do you work for a company that develops performance electronics and you have no experience with thermal simulation?
  1. How can air conditioning parameters of many rooms of a building be modeled?
  2. Where is air velocity too low or too high in the clean room?
  3. Will dew condensate on walls?
  4. Can the wind load of large buildings be modeled?
  5. What is the air pollution in a city district like?
  6. What happens if a dam breaks? Where will water flow? Which part of the city will be flooded?
  7. Does your model consist of simple shapes (cylinders, blocks) but you have a lot of them?

Richard Maris
Engineering Director
M.I.E. Enterprises

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