Industrial activities have several processes in the production chain in which the dynamics of fluids and particulates are present. Detailed knowledge of these processes is essential to have a productive chain of high performance, energy efficiency and small losses. Which directly reflects on the company’s profitability and healthy financial life. In this approach, saving resources with experiments, optimizing processes to increase yield and decrease losses must be a constant pursuit in the industrial environment. Thus, among the tools used for this purpose, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) presents itself as a modern and powerful numerical methodology in studies that seek the highest profitability of the business.
There are several applications of 3D computer simulations for performance gains.
Among the applications, we can highlight:
Analysis of agitation and mixing systems, for better energy efficiency.
Analysis of product homogenization and distribution, to guarantee quality.
Analysis of thermal changes in reactors, packaged and fluidized systems, to reduce losses.
Simulation of gas-liquid separator to improve separation efficiency.