The NCHC’s Computational Application Division (CAD) cooperates closely with local industry to help solve product design problems using numerical simulations. We specialize in the numerical simulation of structure, mechanisms, vibration, impact, contact mechanics, fluid flow, heat transfer, noise, opto-electronics, and biomechanics. CAD has accumulated a great deal of experience solving traditional industrial design problem. Some such applications include a bus rollover simulation to determine its structural safety, an automobile collision analysis, the structural analysis of a machine tool, a fan flow simulation, the design and analysis of a stapler air gun, and the design of a cellular phone mechanism. CAD is also able to create numerical simulations of micro-scale MEMS device designs such as the micro-array chip and biochip.
Recently, multi-physics research has been getting a lot of attention. In keeping with this trend, we also focus on multi-physics-based projects such as electro-mechanical integration, the flow-structure interactive (FSI) simulation of blood vessels, and the electric-thermal-fluid-optical coupling of light emitting diodes (LED). We hope to increase our problem solving capabilities in these complex, multi-disciplined, and coupled industrial applications.
- The numerical simulations of flow & thermal analysis, structural mechanics, bio technology, optical-electronics, and nano-science
- The design, setup, and consultation of a numerical simulation platform
- Consultation on multi-physic coupling simulations of solid, flow, optical, and electric integration systems
Dr. Yao, Chih-Ming (03) 5776085#355 email@example.com
Mr. Lee, Lung-Cheng (03) 5776085#340 firstname.lastname@example.org
Structural & Mechanism Analysis
Flow & Thermal Analysis
Software Integration & Platform Development