Major engineering trends in recent times such as hybridization, 5G, autonomous systems, etc. are transforming the products and processes in many disciplines.
Jagan Gorle, Ph.D., Principal R&D Engineer from Hydraulic & Industrial Process Filtration Division at Parker discusses a recent case study using Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) modeling to examine the inlet configuration of hydraulic tanks during prototyping and development. When designing hydraulic tanks, considerations must be made to minimize contamination, air bubbles, pressure and temperature changes to maintain performance and tank integrity. The detailed results in this study highlight the benefits and efficiency of including computer simulation in your engineering toolkit during the design process.
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