Resolve Bottlenecks Process with CFD
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is techniques to extract information related to the use of numerical calculations, with the fluid properties and other phenomena such as heat transfer, mass transfer and reaction in different systems. CFD has found its applications in many different industries, including aerospace, defense and automotive. However, there is not much usage of CFD capabilities in solving bottlenecks up to now, engineers have lots of interests to use CFD techniqes to solve problems such as high costs for industrial units, low yield, poor quality products, environmental degradation, low energy efficiency and lack of adequate safety units, inevitably. A report from research firm DuPont in connection with the use of CFD resolve bottlenecks is: CFD studies process leads to changes in operating conditions of the production reactor, so that the production rate increased to 50% and completely eliminate the need to build a new reactor. In addition to removing the bottlenecks of existing processes, capabilities can be used for CFD outlined, including: The use of simulation for design and manufacturing (Simulated Based Design) instead of the traditional method of making and testing (Build & Test) equipment. Due to preserve the true scale of the processes in this way, the simulation experiments did not allowed the possibility of catastrophic events, such as the simulation of industrial spray dryer for removing existing bottlenecks, industrial reactors and …
- .Increase production efficiency
- .Raising the poor quality of products
- .Problems related to the environmental impacts of industrial processes and activities
- .Enhance energy efficiency
- .Raising Process Safety
- .Reduce production costs
The use of CFD techniques to explore different scenarios and decide to fix the existing problems are inevitable.
The Centre is ready to assist in any of the above problems with companies and industries.