Our Fluid Mechanics Virtual Labs allow students to visualize how different machines operate under different conditions. From hydro power plants and simple water pump applications to the operation of Turbofan and Aircraft engines.
In our Virtual simulations students will make use of several formulas and concepts such as the Bernoulli Equation, Fluid Statics and Differential Analysis to real industrial problems:- Hydro Power
As with all our virtual Labs we are 100% committed in providing real academic content to improve the education of students and their understanding of real world problems.- Fluid Statics
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Depending on each use case which is defined with the customer we can develop applications for one or more platforms at a very competitive cost.Our Technology allows us to develop for multiple platforms at a fraction of the cost thanks to our Science and Engineering algorithms and pre-build STEM functions. We can develop for Android, IOS, Web, Windows, Mac, Linux and Virtual Reality. For Virtual Reality we support the Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest, Oculus Go, HTC Vive and More.
The objective of this lab is to give students with a series of jet engines simulations where they can apply various principles of fluid mechanics to analyze their behavior. In the lab, students will be able to simulate a Turbofan, a Turbojet and a Turboprop. The Turbojet includes an afterburner.
In this Virtual Reality Lab for Fluid Mechanics, students can add fuel, rpm, check the velocity of the engines and the thrust generated. To analyze the engines students must read about the principles of jet engines operations. This simulation is intended for students of Aerodynamics, Physics and Mechanical engineering, or related fields.
To access the simulation follow this link, install and run on your Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.