Optimising mixing with CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics)
FD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) offers the opportunity to identify and control the key parameters leading to the optimisation of mixing.
This means that it can be used on an industrial scale, to assess over time the life time of a component in contact with the process, or to quantify the areas where the abrasion to which mixing tools are subjected will be greatest, within industrial equipment.
This tool enables you to precisely determine the possible temperature gradients inside the UCP™.
Combined with the results obtained and observations made during pilot tests under real conditions, it is a powerful modelling tool that enables the results from laboratories to be reliably extrapolated up to an industrial scale.
Thematic folder : Mixing when facing new industrial priorities White
How can mixing, which is simply defined as the work of viscous products, relate to the industrial priorities of today and the future?
The following pages provide an overview of this viewpoint.