Simulation & Modelling

Sudlows’ Simulation and Modelling team was established to find the answer to a number of reoccurring engineering challenges that many of our international clients were encountering.

Computational Simulation & Analysis

Developed from the success of using similar processes and modelling techniques within our data centre projects, our Critical Infrastructure team assisted clients in wider aspects of their critical operations.

Air and fluid flow characteristics can become extremely unpredictable once they combine with temperature fluctuations and other external factors. The implications caused by these types of dynamic flows can create a chaotic environment that, if unchecked, can have detrimental effects on commercial and industrial operations.

By deploying these advanced simulation and computational modelling techniques based on real data, we can identify and even predict potential issues before they happen.

The benefits of such analysis can help reduce costs by improving energy efficiency and even extending the operational life of critical equipment.

Computational Analysis

Computational analysis brings together the elements of CFD and 3D Modelling to enable Engineers to simulate multiple scenarios to fully test and identify potential design issues, such as thermal heat transfer without committing financially to a major build project that may need expensive retrofitting modifications.

Simulation & Modelling Skills

  • Point Cloud Technology
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • 3D Modelling
  • Computational Analysis
  • Design Optimisation
  • Generative Design

Sectors

  • Pipeline Modelling
  • Heat Analysis
  • Wind Microclimate
  • Comfort Cooling
  • Manufacturing Process
  • Supermarket Refrigeration
  • Clean Rooms

Case Study

Client | CFD Modelling

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Computational Simulation & Analysis

Developed from the success of using similar processes and modelling techniques within our data centre projects, our Critical Infrastructure team assisted clients in wider aspects of their critical operations.

Air and fluid flow characteristics can become extremely unpredictable once they combine with temperature fluctuations and other external factors. The implications caused by these types of dynamic flows can create a chaotic environment that, if unchecked, can have detrimental effects on commercial and industrial operations.

By deploying these advanced simulation and computational modelling techniques based on real data, we can identify and even predict potential issues before they happen.

The benefits of such analysis can help reduce costs by improving energy efficiency and even extending the operational life of critical equipment.

Computational Analysis

Computational analysis brings together the elements of CFD and 3D Modelling to enable Engineers to simulate multiple scenarios to fully test and identify potential design issues, such as thermal heat transfer without committing financially to a major build project that may need expensive retrofitting modifications.

Simulation & Modelling Skills

  • Point Cloud Technology
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • 3D Modelling
  • Computational Analysis
  • Design Optimisation
  • Generative Design

Sectors

  • Pipeline Modelling
  • Heat Analysis
  • Wind Microclimate
  • Comfort Cooling
  • Manufacturing Process
  • Supermarket Refrigeration
  • Clean Rooms

Case Study

Client | CFD Modelling

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Computational Simulation & Analysis

Developed from the success of using similar processes and modelling techniques within our data centre projects, our Critical Infrastructure team assisted clients in wider aspects of their critical operations.

Air and fluid flow characteristics can become extremely unpredictable once they combine with temperature fluctuations and other external factors. The implications caused by these types of dynamic flows can create a chaotic environment that, if unchecked, can have detrimental effects on commercial and industrial operations.

By deploying these advanced simulation and computational modelling techniques based on real data, we can identify and even predict potential issues before they happen.

The benefits of such analysis can help reduce costs by improving energy efficiency and even extending the operational life of critical equipment.

Computational Analysis

Computational analysis brings together the elements of CFD and 3D Modelling to enable Engineers to simulate multiple scenarios to fully test and identify potential design issues, such as thermal heat transfer without committing financially to a major build project that may need expensive retrofitting modifications.

Simulation & Modelling Skills

  • Point Cloud Technology
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • 3D Modelling
  • Computational Analysis
  • Design Optimisation
  • Generative Design

Sectors

  • Pipeline Modelling
  • Heat Analysis
  • Wind Microclimate
  • Comfort Cooling
  • Manufacturing Process
  • Supermarket Refrigeration
  • Clean Rooms

Case Study

Client | CFD Modelling

View full case study View all case studies

Computational Simulation & Analysis

Developed from the success of using similar processes and modelling techniques within our data centre projects, our Critical Infrastructure team assisted clients in wider aspects of their critical operations.

Air and fluid flow characteristics can become extremely unpredictable once they combine with temperature fluctuations and other external factors. The implications caused by these types of dynamic flows can create a chaotic environment that, if unchecked, can have detrimental effects on commercial and industrial operations.

By deploying these advanced simulation and computational modelling techniques based on real data, we can identify and even predict potential issues before they happen.

The benefits of such analysis can help reduce costs by improving energy efficiency and even extending the operational life of critical equipment.

Computational Analysis

Computational analysis brings together the elements of CFD and 3D Modelling to enable Engineers to simulate multiple scenarios to fully test and identify potential design issues, such as thermal heat transfer without committing financially to a major build project that may need expensive retrofitting modifications.

Simulation & Modelling Skills

  • Point Cloud Technology
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • 3D Modelling
  • Computational Analysis
  • Design Optimisation
  • Generative Design

Sectors

  • Pipeline Modelling
  • Heat Analysis
  • Wind Microclimate
  • Comfort Cooling
  • Manufacturing Process
  • Supermarket Refrigeration
  • Clean Rooms

Case Study

Client | CFD Modelling

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