Bubbles trapped in microchannels can distort the fluid flow and impact the device performance. Veryst developed a multiphase CFD model to predict the effect of geometry and surface properties on the likelihood of bubble entrapment.
Efficient ventilation can contribute to reducing the energy consumption of buildings and minimize the risk of airborne infection in hospital rooms. Veryst used computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to simulate ventilation in a hospital room as well as the dispersion of particles and droplets.
The main environmental factor affecting a premature neonate is thermo-neutrality, as the baby is incapable of regulating and maintaining his/her body temperature at a constant level. Veryst developed a computational model of heat transfer inside an infant incubator to optimize its design.
To compare the performance of two gas humidification devices, Veryst Engineering performed gas flow testing, device examination and CFD analysis.
Laminar static mixers are often employed in industrial environments when the mixing of two or more fluids is required. However, their performance is impossible to analyze with a pure CFD approach. Veryst, in collaboration with Nordson EFD, developed a unique computational modeling tool to evaluate and optimize the design of such mixers.
Both the efficiency and life of an LED bulb drop when operated at high temperature. Given the wide range of possible shapes and sizes of heat sinks, Veryst Engineering developed a rapid and effective tool to compare design alternatives and estimate LED temperatures.
Veryst developed a coupled CFD mass transfer model to predict a microfluidic mixer configuration appropriate for mixing pure and salt water channels.
The performance of peristaltic pumps is influenced by tube dimensions, tube material, rotary mechanism, and fluid properties. Veryst Engineering developed a strongly coupled fluid-structure interaction model that captures the deformation of the tube, rollers, and fluid, including contact.
During sloshing, the liquid exerts a dynamic force on the surrounding vessel, which may cause leakage or damage to the vessel or its supporting structure. We used a mesh-free smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) method to predict liquid sloshing and its effect on the deformation and stresses in a vessel.
Electroosmotic (EO) pumps are driven purely by electric fields and have no moving parts. Cascading EO pumps reduces voltage requirements. Veryst used computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and semi-analytical equivalent circuit theory to analyze the complex behavior of these pumps.
Veryst possesses advanced computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and computational microfluidics capabilities. We solve hard-to-address problems often involving coupled and nonlinear behaviors, such as those found in fluid/solid or fluid/thermal interactions.
Veryst offers state-of-the-art consulting in the design and analysis of gaseous and fluid systems and products. We employ advanced CFD analysis to solve problems involving fluid mixing, multiphase flow, phase change, non-Newtonian fluids, and microfluidic effects.
Veryst offers a comprehensive approach to solving problems in microfluidic device development.
Veryst provides expertise in many aspects of simulation and analysis for use in product design, manufacturing processes, and failure analysis. This includes modeling and analysis involving polymer materials, multiphysics modeling, finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, and system
Veryst offers clients consulting services in thermal modeling of both solid and fluid systems, including interactions between these systems. We employ state-of-the-art finite element analysis and computational fluid dynamics methods both to analyze and visualize the thermal profiles within client systems. Our simulation capabilities also include hard-to-solve coupled problems, including the interactions between thermal and structural effects and fluid movements resulting from thermal gradients.