Multiphase Simulation for Chemical Processing

FEA & CFD Based Simulation Design Analysis Virtual prototyping MultiObjective Optimization

Enteknograte Use Coupled Finite Element(FEA)-CFD, DEM and-or Magnetic coupling technologies to engineering simulation for multiphase flow. This Technologies used in different range of application to overcome complicated environment of simulation.

Analyses of Spray Air Nozzle and Spray Combustion multiphase simulation msc cradle fluent star-ccm+

Enteknograte engineering simulation for Multiphase Simulation for Chemical Processing, help a wide range of customers to simulate and improve a wide variety of reactors and reaction types.

  • Solid drying systems
  • Hydrocyclones
  • Bubble columns
  • Loop reactors
  • Centrifugal extractors
  • Mist eliminators
  • Crystallization
  • Surface aerators
  • Cyclone separators
  • Packed columns
  • Solid suspensions
  • Packed beds
  • Droplet separation
  • Particle size reduction systems
  • Dust collection systems
  • Particulate systems
  • Emulsion
  • Precipitators
  • Fluidized-bed catalytic cracking
  • Scrubbers
  • Fluidized-bed systems
  • Sedimentation devices
  • Foams
  • Sieve plates
Evaporation and Condensation CFD multiphase MSC cradle ansys fluent star-ccm+ 2

Evaporation and Condensation Multiphase Simulation

Enteknograte offers a Virtual Engineering approach with CFD and FEA tools such as MSC Cradle, Ansys Fluent, StarCCM+  for flows simulation and FEA based Codes such as ABAQUS, Ansys, Nastran and LS-Dyna, encompassing the accurate prediction of in-service loads, the performance evaluation, and the integrity assessment including the influence of manufacturing the components.

Particle Simulation: SPH, CFD, FEM and DEM

Using a variety of advanced modeling techniques to study both continuous and particulate phases,with combination of Finite element method(FEA), DEM and CFD, we can handle simulation of particle included systems and their properties including following parameters:

  • Particle flows
  • Cohesion
  • Material wear
  • Particle size distribution
  • Particle mechanics
  • Surface and morphology
  • Particle–particle interaction
  • Turbulence and dispersion
  • Geometry effects
  • Erosion
  • Particle attrition
  • Homogeneous and hydrogenous reactions
  • Particle flows
  • Electrostatic effects
Discrete Element Modelling SPH CFD MSC Cradle ansys fluent siemens star-ccm+ comsol