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High-level summary of services provided. Please contact us should you have any questions 

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

CFD modeling and simulation is a tool to mitigate development and design risks by understanding how a system will perform before process and design specifications are finalized. It is essentially a computerized experiment or equipment operation. Processes and process equipment have key parameters defined by mass or volumetric flow rates, mass transfer, pressures and temperatures. These parameters are in the realm of thermodynamics and fluid dynamics. CFD is a powerful software tool that allows solutions to complex problems in the disciplines of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Computational Fluid Dynamics is a tool to numerically solve the governing equations for transport of mass, momentum and energy in fluids. Results can be displayed in many formats according to the client’s requirements. At TPSI, we have significant experience across a variety of Bio-pharmaceutical and HVAC applications. Our clients are represented by R&D, Manufacturing Technology and Engineering with applications ranging from small scale development to large process equipment operation. Our services include:


  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modeling and simulation

  • Fluid flow around moving rigid body simulations

  • Performance evaluation and risk mitigation of equipment designs

  • Integrated quality approach within project execution

  • Develop organizational plans for clients to effectively implement simulation into their development and engineering organizations.

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Our CFD Engineers


Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) engineer

Strong engineering professional with a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Rutgers University-New Brunswick.  Detailed knowledge and experience in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), engineering & process equipment, HVAC design & analysis, thermodynamics and CAD design. Experience with Multiphysics, Multiphase, FSI and dynamic problems. Skilled in ANSYS, COMSOL, Solidworks, CATIA and other design and analysis related software tools. Successfully completed numerous small & large scale CFD projects for bio-pharmaceutical industries thereby saving significant amount of time and money in design & testing process for the client. 

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) engineer

Krishna graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 2016 with a master's degree in mechanical engineering and joined TPSI group the same year. Krishna specialises in Computational Fluid Dynamics and has demonstrated his CFD skills by providing solutions to many challenging engineering problems pertaining to Bio-pharmaceutical industry such as those involving mixing tanks, HVAC systems etc.

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