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Conjugate Heat Transfer on a subsea Christmas Tree during cooldown
Cooldown analysis of a subsea christmas tree
Sloshing in a separator
Sloshing analysis in a 3 phase separator on board a ship or FPSO
Combustion analysis of a flare from a oil rig or fpso
Perhaps one of the greatest challenges currently facing the aerospace industry is the imminent retirement of a large amount of the workforce. According to a recent workforce study, nearly 50% of employees in large aerospace companies will be eligible for retirement in 2014. The industry, accounting for more than 5% of the United States’ Gross Domestic Product (the market value of all final goods and services in the country) by itself, faces enormous challenges as such a massive “brain drain” depletes the available workforce and saps it of critical experience. Dynamics 36 - Read more...
The broad category of Human- Powered Vehicles (HPVs) includes all those mechanical means of transport driven or ridden by man that use only human muscle power, or in an assisted manner, to transport people, animals and goods across land, water, underwater and, even, in some cases, by air. Human-Powered Vehicles (HPV) include all forms of transport by land, water or air where the vehicle is mainly driven by human power. Of late, variations of HPVs have started to include assistance from other power sources like electric engines to make them more feasible for multiple applications while still...
Solid dose tablet manufacturing processes often lack reliability and robustness as a result of errors in production and a shortfall in process control. Facing unprecedented economic pressures, pharmaceutical manufacturing companies are continuously looking to improve on the quality of their products and the productivity of their processes. Multiphysics numerical simulation is emerging as a game-changing technology to help step up efficiency, enhance quality, and shorten time-to-market through virtual prototyping and optimization. Dynamics 36 - Read more...
With the ever-increasing spotlight on fuel efficiency and emission control, turbochargers are projected to be in increasing demand with more cars adopting this technology for increased power and more miles per gallon of fuel. Initially designed for aircraft engines operating at high altitudes, turbochargers offer an elegant, simple boost to an engine’s performance and are being adopted in cars, motorcycles, trucks, trains and marine vessels. Turbochargers convert the waste exhaust gases from the engine into compressed air for the engine, resulting in more air intake which allows the engine to...
For a long time, downsizing of combustion engines was the most desired method to reduce fuel consumption of automobiles. Today almost all engines in all vehicle classes are charged and have fewer and smaller cylinders. Charging the smaller combustion chambers is achieved with (exhaust gas) turbochargers which use the exhaust energy. The turbine transfers a part of the energy that would otherwise be lost to the compressor, which then delivers the intake air to the cylinders with higher pressure. Dynamics 36 - Read more...
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is an increasing public health issue affecting more than 8% of the global population. The most severe stage of CKD is End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) which is a total failure of the kidneys, requiring either dialysis or a kidney transplant for the patient to live. Statistics show that more than 50% of the patients suffering from ESRD do not meet the requirements for a transplant and hence depend on dialysis. An estimated two million people are currently receiving dialysis treatment worldwide. The majority of patients receiving this treatment are from five countries...

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