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Feature: Eastman Reduces Process Downtime Using CFX
Posted Wed May 30, 2001 @10:22AM
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Application The folks at AEA Technology Engineering Software have been kind enough to share a case study with us.
Many of Eastman's manufacturing processes involve liquid and gas-phase unit operations with mixing, reactions, separation and non-Newtonian flow. The company frequently uses CFX software to improve the reliability of these processes and to add value to the various plant sites.

This case study, describes an example of how CFX helped to solve a recurring problem, and saved Eastman US$2M in the process.
The case study is especially interesting due to the use of grid adaptation in an industrial application. Read the full article in the features section.

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