Artificial Twin | CoGe™, our advanced technology for Computational Geometry, allowed an Italian company which provides advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics simulation services, to scale up their potential super fast with a top class reliability and robustness. In this field, to support as many input file formats as possible, guarantees a strategic market advantage. For this reason, leveraging our production-ready tool which allows ingesting and to discretize NURBS files, provides a very high-value feature.
A collection of our success stories
Read about how our advanced technology has been applied in different contexts to solve a wide set of different problems, providing accurate and reliable results, helping our customers to optimize their products and processes.
Artificial Twin | PhyMo™ has played a major role in providing guidance and consulting for Computational Fluid Dynamics testing of several hydrofoil prototypes that are part of a patent-pending project. The CFD results played a key role in helping confirm whether the humpback whale-inspired design methods were worth pursuing, allowing to evaluate performances using only CAD models of designed parts, without any need of physical prototyping.
This success story shows how Artificial Twin | PhyMo™ has been adopted for total drug deposition optimization given a fixed amount of medicine, using particles size and injection angle as optimization parameters. A detailed simulation result is reported, conducted on a real nasal cavity CAD model, it allows to completely grasp the power of this tool in performance optimization for medical devices involving complex physics.
This project analyzes the interaction occurring between a moving Variable Orifice Valve plate, and the flow of gas in which it is immersed. The plate motion regulates the pressure drop across the valve, inducing time-dependent variations on the fluid dynamics variables. Artificial Twin | PhyMo™ allows to study moving objects interactions with fluid flows, providing best-in-class tools to investigate time-dependent behavior from both a qualitative and a quantitative point of view.
In this success story, Artificial Twin | CoGe™ has been specialized to satisfy a specific need for WOMP, a US company based in New York providing 3D printing services: quantification of the so called ‘Machine Space’, a fundamental driver to estimate 3D printing cost. It currently runs live in their production environment, allowing to calculate it (and other geometrical quantities) for 3D models when uploaded, within few seconds.
This study is focused on performance optimization for underwater fishing equipment, a spear of a fishing shooting rifle. The aimed goal is to increase spear velocity and range, as well as increase shooting power. Artificial Twin | PhyMo™ is designed to perform exactly these tasks: it allows to virtually replicate real world conditions in order to spot non-optimal design choices, enabling the user to test shape modifications without the need to produce physical prototypes.
This project analyzes the flow around a drill bit, focusing attention on its nozzles, which inject fluid to remove debris from the zone in front of it. In order to assure proper performance, many factors have to be considered. In such harsh environments, optimal design choices are of major importance. Artificial Twin | PhyMo™ allows to perform virtual simulations to obtain accurate and meaningful insights on how the model under test will behave. In this specific case it has been used to evaluate flow configuration for a set of different models, allowing to compare them in terms of performances.
Pressure vessels design is a very classical topic in mechanical engineering. Even though the theory behind it is very well established, strict adherence to regulations and standards must always been enforced and observed. Artificial Twin | PhyMo™ plays a central role in this success story. It has been adopted to verify the structural design of a pressure vessel component, carried out by means of a Finite Element Analysis software. This study was part of a broader verification process aiming at issuing a certification of conformity.