CBI Group Head Offices

via della Taccona 77

20900 Monza (MB) - Italy

Tel: +39 039 73941

info@industriecbi.it

Industrie CBI s.p.a.

via Montenapoleone 9

20121 Milano

Capitale interamente versato 3.000.000

Partita IVA 04230990154

Research and development

The research and development division is comprised of a team of engineers that work with the best design software, prototype laboratories and test facilities.

Analytical results on new projects are compared with experimental tests to confirm the applied theories in order to offer the most effective solutions designated for the specific demands of the market.

We also work with external experts, consultants and universities to support project research and development.

 

FEM Analysis

Analysis of finished components provides data on structural behavior which, through differential equations, are used to calculate:

- Fatigue, stress

- Deformation

- Safety margins

- Modal analysis

- Rotodynamics

blade with aerodynamic profile - checking the stresses

axial blade - flow simulation

centrifugal rotor – deformation analysis

temperature distribution in the flow

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

CFD simulation

Through fluid dynamic modelling (Computational Fluid Dynamic - CFD) accurate calculation models can be created, allowing for complete behavioral simulation of the equipment being studied.

Through these calculation models, virtual prototypes can be generated that allow engineers to study various designs and projects, reducing the time needed to evaluate the performance aspects.

The effectiveness of the methodology allows for a quick definition of the geometries by limiting the number of physical prototypes that are then tested in the laboratory to determine the final design.

CFD is also used to analyze and design fans dealing with erosive flows, to find the best compromise between performance and durability.

 

CFD numerical simulations also enable the study of components of the system in which the fans will operate thus supporting the clients in their detailed design toward optimal integration of the equipment.