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AeroEnergy Consulting provides professional consulting in areas of engineering, energy and design with experienced experts in Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and CAD Modelling.

 

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Contour of the Principle Stress 

Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

AeroEnergy Consulting is your go-to source for numerical analysis of engineering problems. With a decade of experience, our experts can provide professional and affordable consulting  services tailored to your specific needs. As industry-leading engineering consultants, we are guaranteed to put your project on track. Our consultants are experts in structural integrity simulations, forensic engineering, design, testing, and FEA simulations. Contact us today and find out how we can help you accelerate your project to its finish line.

Temperature Contours & Flow Streamlines 

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

For nearly a decade, our engineers have worked on simulating fluid flow in various projects on oil-and-gas production, drilling, wind energy, pipe flow, heat exchangers and more.  With extensive and diverse consulting experiences, our experts can find the quickest and most affordable solution to your engineering problems using state-of-the-art techniques and well-researched methods. A lot of people underestimate the positive impact of a licensed professional and prefer to work alone. However, our team of CFD engineers will put you in the right direction and help you make the best decision with an affordable cost and a quick turn-around.

CAD Model of a Blower Wind Tunnel

Computer Assisted Design (CAD)

At AeroEnergy Consulting, we provide a wide range of consulting services tailored to our clients’ needs when it comes to CAD modelling and design. Our well-educated and published experts in computer modelling are trained to provide you with the most effective and affordable computer model that help you design you system faster and at a lower cost. Contact us today to find out how we can assist in your project.

Areas & Industries

Simulation Capabilities

  • Oil & Gas

    • ​Heavy oil Processing

    • Gas Processing

    • Facilities

    • Pipelines

    • Meters & Separators

    • Drilling & Downhole Design

    • Pumps & Compressors

    • Heat Exchangers

  • Aerospace

  • Automobile

    • Aerodynamics

    • Engine Cooling

    • Combustion

  • Building Physics & HVAC

  • Energy & Power Generation

  • Product Design & Optimization

  1. Aerodynamic Analysis

  2. Structural Stress Analysis​

  3. Fluid-Solid Interaction

  4. Heat Transfer Analysis

  5. HVAC Analysis & Design

  6. Hydrodynamic Analysis

  7. Multiphase Flow Analysis

  8. Turbomachinery Analysis

 

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Arman is a well-published and registered computational engineer with over 9 years of experience in computational engineering analysis and simulations. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta, working in the area of computational fluid dynamics and fluid flow. Arman has completed his B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Calgary with distinction. Following his undergraduate studies, he obtained his PhD in the area of Aerodynamics, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Finite Element Analysis (FEA). Upon completion of his PhD, Arman joined the Gas Dynamics Laboratory at Princeton University in 2016. Following his successful career at Princeton, Arman joined the University of Alberta in 2018. He has over 20 publications and has presented as a scholar on various prestigious international symposiums and conferences.

Arman is a member of the American Physical Society (APS) and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). As a Professor, Arman has instructed several courses in Strength of Materials, Applied Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, and CFD/FEA. Arman's experiences in the energy industry started at Royal Dutch Shell, where he worked as a Maintenance & Integrity Engineer and then Production Technology Researcher for several years. He has gained valuable experiences on numerical analysis and design in areas of heavy oil extraction, multiphase flow metering, drilling, down-hole R&D, sour gas processing,  in-situ heating, and joule heating. Arman has a diverse consulting experience as well, which includes forensic engineering (i.e., PSV failure), energy and environment  (i.e., tailing-pond piping slug removal), heat exchangers, drilling and several others.