About ASC

Airflow Sciences Corporation solves flow problems.

Celebrating-40-Years

In 1975, our founders applied aerospace analysis techniques to solve flow problems for a variety of industrial customers. ASC continues to solve clients' engineering problems involving the flow of fluids - gases, liquids, or both - in and around a wide variety of equipment and products. Some problems simply are the result of the flow itself, including such things as reducing pressure drop, eliminating flow induced vibrations, or ensuring uniform flow through the equipment. Since fluid flow carries energy, heat transfer problems such as improving thermal mixing or optimizing heating/cooling characteristics are often solved. ASC also undertakes problems involving the pneumatic transport of particulate or chemical species in a flowing gas or liquid. More complex problems can involve combustion, chemical reaction, evaporation, drying, or other processes.

ASC uses a variety of methods to solve our customers' problems. Field testing may be used to identify performance problems and formulate solutions, or may be used to provide input data for modeling purposes. Laboratory testing has been used to develop new processes, perform basic research, and define input parameters for modeling studies. Numerical simulation of fluid flow generally implies CFD, or Computational Fluid Dynamics, a powerful software tool that has been used to simulate complex fluid dynamic and thermodynamic processes.

Airflow Sciences, Livonia, MI

 

Our Mission:  To strive for excellence in the practical and cost-effective solutions of complicated engineering problems, and in so doing making our clients' business operations more efficient, our employees' lives fulfilling, and the world around us a better place.

Our Vision:  To maintain our mission while growing into new industries and geographic areas as opportunities are presented by strategic planning. This will result in steady growth of the company size, stature, and revenues.

For all your flow modeling and testing needs... since 1975.


1985 Railroad Scale Model Wind Tunnel Test

1985 - National Research Council of Canada

2014 ASC Employees with Physical Flow Model

2014 - Airflow Sciences Corporation Lab