Category: FEA & CFD

FEA (Finite Element Analysis) and CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) are both computer simulations used to analyze the behavior of a system. FEA is used to analyze the behavior of solid objects and structures, while CFD is used to study the behavior of fluids. FEA works by breaking a structure down into small elements and then simulating how the structure would react to external forces and loads. CFD uses mathematics and algorithms to simulate the flow of fluids in a system, such as air or water.