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  • Online
    June 7, 2016

    If you are involved in equipment design, maximizing refinery uptime and efficiency, troubleshooting problems or preparing for turnarounds, and are interested in the latest flow and thermal simulation technology, this webinar is for you.

    Whether it is maldistribution of flow causing catalyst exhaustion, separation, combustion, thermal fatigue of mixing tees or coking, successful management of fluid and particle dynamics and heat transfer are critical for maximizing refinery uptime and process efficiency. Achieving process efficiency at the plant scale requires strong performance of individual unit operations and equipment.

    This webinar will introduce the role that CFD can play in operating an efficient process and meeting environmental regulations through better designs....

  • Online
    June 9, 2016

    Combustion is the major source of energy in the world today. Improving the efficiency of combustion systems is not only critical from an economic perspective, but it greatly impacts the environment and long-term sustainability of our planet. Experiments and prototyping are expensive due to the complexity and high temperatures involved in combustion systems. Therefore, CFD simulation is a key enabling technology for designing better combustion and aftertreatment systems. Combustion engineers are now integrating simulation up-front in their design processes to increase efficiency and reduce emissions.

  • Online (India)
    June 14, 2016

    Many difficult challenges face IC engine manufacturers as they attempt to reconcile legislative and market demands. As a result, up-front simulation has now become integrated into the product design process in most vehicle and engine companies throughout the world.

    This webinar will highlight and explore:

    • Latest developments from CD-adapco in engine geometry meshing and numerical simulation of in-cylinder flow, fuel spray mixing, combustion and emissions that are available to engine analysts.
    • Applicability of state-of-the-art combustion models for different engine combustion strategies: PFI, GDI, HCCI, PCCI, dual fuel (RCCI, NG-Diesel).
    • Applicability of Multidisciplinary Design Exploration (MDX) tools that help find better engine designs, faster.
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  • Online
    June 21, 2016

    There is an ever-increasing demand for higher energy and power density battery cells, without compromising on weight, size, aging and safety of the battery pack. This makes the design of batteries a highly complex, multi-parameter challenge. In this webinar, we will demonstrate how Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) accelerates the battery design process at both the cell and pack level, helping you achieve your safety and performance goals while at the same time reducing your development costs.

    By attending this webinar, you will learn how CAE can be used to design better cells by optimizing the current collection and thickness of the electrode coatings and foils. In addition, CAE can help you determine the thickness, position, and number of...

  • Online
    June 28, 2016

    Safely combusting hydrogen (H2) in gas turbines, while still providing sufficient energy density, could help meet ever-increasing energy demands by making use of an economically attractive fuel supply. For instance, some of the electricity intermittently produced by some renewable energy sources such as wind and solar could be used to produce hydrogen, which is then used to power gas turbines (GT) to help meet peak energy demands, especially at times when the wind isn’t blowing and the sun isn’t shining.

    In this webinar, you will hear from guest presenter Anis Haj Ayed from B&B-AGEMA in Aachen, Germany, who is a subject-matter expert in the use of CFD for leading-edge GT combustion simulations.  Anis will share the success...