Industrial activities have different production chain processes in which dynamics of fluids and particulates are present. Detailed knowledge of these processes is essential in order to have a high-yielding production chain, energy efficiency, and small losses which can have a direct impact on the company’s profitability and its financial health. In this approach, saving resources by means of experiments, optimizing processes to increase yield, and reducing losses must be a constant search in the industrial environment. Thus, among the tools used for such a purpose, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) stands as a modern and powerful numerical methodology in studies that search for the greatest business profitability.Applications
* Studies of industrial piping fluid flow.
* Heat exchangers.
* Simulation of reactors packaged and fluidized systems.
* Chemical reactors.