A CFD simulation of pool water makes it possible to place disinfection units in the most suitable position, thus avoiding the build-up of areas of stagnant water. It also enables the behaviour of a water circulation system over time to be studied and check its efficiency before installation.
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is a method based on numerical models that simulate the behaviour of fluids.
It makes it possible to anticipate the evolution of the physical and chemical characteristics of water over time by monitoring factors such as velocity, temperature, turbulence and other variables.
Fluidra has extensive experience in the simulation behaviour of water using CFD as its R&D+i department and Fluidra Engineering have had the opportunity to simulate a wide variety of installations and equipment.