Reactor Design & Combustion Engineering for Chemical Processing
FEA & CFD Based Simulation Design Analysis Virtual prototyping MultiObjective Optimization
Using comprehensive multiphysics simulation platform that encompasses fluid mechanics, structural mechanics, impact and safety analyses, customized mixing tools, pressure vessel analysis, electromagnetic and control systems, and heat and mass transfer analyses we can model a diverse range of reactions, including gaseous and liquid, single-phase and multiphase, and homogenous and heterogeneous. Our engineering simulation for reactor design including CFD for chemical reactor design, FEA structural and thermal analysis and instrumentation and control software used for design and analysis of chemical reactors enable our reaction engineers to answer what-if questions as they design and enhance reactors performance, energy usage, reactor yield and product uniformity.
Enteknograte engineering simulation for reactor design software tools help a wide range of customers to simulate and improve a wide variety of reactors and reaction types.
- Stiff chemistry
- Competing and parallel reactions
- Catalytic reactions
- Heterogeneous and homogeneous reactions
- Surface and volumetric reactions
- Laminar and turbulent flows
- Single-phase and multiphase reactions
- Fluidized bed reactions
- Multi-tube reactors
- Membrane reactors
- Stirred tank reactors
- Fixed reactors
- Autoclave reactors
We optimize reactor performance by investigating the effects and impacts of feed locations, vessel geometries and internals, vibrations, failures, dead spots, shear rates, resident time distributions, hot spots, and particle size distributions.
Enteknograte offers a Virtual Engineering approach with CFD and FEA tools such as 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.
CFD Simulation and Optimization of Combustion
CFD for combustion systems enable the simulation of a broad range of particulate concentrations, from dilute flows to packed beds. Simulations provide local velocities, particulate concentrations and traces, composition of combustion gases, fuel conversion rates, temperatures, and other critical data. These insights enable Enteknograte’s combustion engineers to investigate operational issues such as local temperature peaks, combustion efficiency and mixing problems. Enteknograte’s engineering team simulation are helping customers to overcome the following and many other combustion-related challenges:
- Improve burner configurations in industrial furnaces
- Reduce NOx emissions from petroleum refineries
- Investigate novel clean energy technologies
- Predict and improve CO emission rates
- Model and minimize thermal stresses in combustion equipment
- Reduce soot formation in furnaces
- Optimize flare stack designs