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.
The consultants at Veryst provide failure and root cause analyses using core engineering disciplines to evaluate different failure scenarios. Engineering specialties we apply to failure analyses include: mechanical engineering, materials science (metallurgy, ceramics, polymer science, composites
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.
Accurate simulation of many products now requires a multiphysics approach. Veryst Engineering specializes in multiphysics problems involving solids, fluids, heat transfer, mass transfer, acoustics, and electromagnetics. Our modeling and analysis expertise includes fluid-structure interaction, thermal-structure interaction, structural-acoustic vibrations, conjugate heat transfer, Joule heating, and microwave heating.
Modeling convective flow requires coupling fluid-flow with heat transfer. The coupled processes can be very complex, particularly if the fluid flow is turbulent, or if the heat transfer involves processes such as boiling, evaporation, or mixed fluids with varying thermal properties. For each co
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.
Veryst is pleased to welcome a new member to its engineering team! Dr. Matthew Hancock, has an extensive background in fluid mechanics and model-based engineering, including microfluidics, wetting of textured surfaces, surface tension effects, heat/mass transfer, solid-fluid interaction, wave motion, and multiscale analysis.
FluidicMEMS is an informal gathering of people from academia, medicine, industry, and business to meet and explore how microfluidic and BioMEMS technology will impact healthcare, research, and beyond.
Dr. Matthew Hancock presented "Simulations of Micropumps Based on Tilted Flexible Fibers" at the American Physical Society's 68th Annual Division of Fluid Dynamics (DFD) Meeting,