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EnSight Aids Development of Fluid Separators
Posted Thu June 08, 2006 @10:32AM
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Post Processing Clark-Koch, a leading petrochemical company based in Brazil, recently purchased CEIís EnSight to visualize CFD results, and is using free EnLiten software for marketing to current and prospective customers. The sale was made by Engineering Simulation and Scientific Software (ESSS), CEIís South American distributor and Brazilís leading supplier of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and finite element analysis (FEA) solutions.

ďEnSightís superior animation capabilities make it the perfect choice for the work we are doing to develop innovative systems for gas-liquid and liquid-liquid separation,Ē says Nelson Clark, director of Clark-Koch. ďA major bonus for us is the ability to embed EnLiten scenarios, which allows us to market our products through sophisticated 3D animations, printed pieces and PowerPoint presentations.Ē

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EnLiten is a collaborative visualization tool that enables EnSight users to save their work in a scenario file embedded with the actual EnLiten application. The file can then be sent via e-mail or posted on a web site for downloading by associates, who use EnLitenís simple graphics interface to manipulate 3D models and view animations from different perspectives.

EnSight has already emerged as a key tool in helping Clark-Koch continue to meet customersí needs for separation systems used in chemical and petrochemical processes. Clark-Koch is the sole licensee in South America of the Demister mist eliminator for gas-liquid separation. The company also develops environmentally safe systems that enable separation and recovery of immiscible liquids. Clark-Koch uses ANSYS CFX software as its CFD solver.

About Clark-Koch
Clark-Koch is a joint venture of Koch-Glitsch LP, a global leader in the design and manufacture of state-of-the-art mass transfer products for the chemical, petrochemical, refining, gas processing, pharmaceutical, and specialty industries. Koch-Glitsch is part of Koch Industries, one of the largest private companies in the United States, with 30,000 employees in 60 countries.

About CEI
CEI offers the industryís most complete suite of tools for engineering and scientific simulation, including meshing, plotting, animation and data visualization. The companyís software can be run on every type of computer, from laptops to the most advanced VR displays, and on all major computing platforms. CEIís EnSight software interfaces seamlessly to all popular CAE software and most scientific research codes. CEI has corporate headquarters in Apex, N.C., and authorized distributors around the world.

About ESSS
Engineering Simulation and Scientific Software (ESSS) has nearly a decade of experience providing engineering (FEA and CFD) and visualization solutions for automotive, aerospace, oil and gas, and other industries. The company is a leading distributor of ANSYS and CEI software. In addition to Clark-Koch, major ESSS customers include General Motors, Petrobras, Embraer, Embraco (Whirlpool), Electrolux and many others.

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