Heat Transfer Consultant

We use computational techniques in heat transfer to understand why systems are behaving a certain way, or how they will behave.


  • Boiling
  • Conduction
  • Contact Resistance
  • Convection
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Transient Thermal
  • Radiation
  • Phase Change
  • Mixing
  • High Speed Flow
  • Natural Convection
  • Heat Exchanger
  • Mass Transfer


Heat is defined as energy transferred because of a temperature difference, or gradient. Energy flows from a region of higher temperature to a region of lower temperature. The fundamental modes of heat transfer are conduction, convection and radiation. Thermal energy transfer can also occur via boiling, melting and condensation phenomena. For conduction and convection, heat transfer occurs at the molecular level and involves the transfer of energy from higher energy molecules to ones with a lower energy level. Thermal radiation is energy emitted by matter as electromagnetic waves through a vacuum or any transparent medium. From Carnot to Joule, heat transfer has a rich history of closed-form solutions. With the evolution of finite element analysis (FEA), the ability to evaluate complex geometries and boundary conditions has been extended to cover most every system that is found in a manufacturing facility or component. We use these mathematical tools to both explain observed conditions and to predict expected future behaviors.