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Powerful Flow Simulation for Oil & Gas Separation Technology
Posted Tue December 12, 2006 @03:55PM
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News Last chance to register for tomorrow's free webinar focusing on the competitive advantage that can be gained through the application of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to separator design and operation. A range of compelling examples will be provided, that clearly demonstrate how flow simulation can reduce cost and increase the efficiency of separation processes, including retrofitting existing separators and preventing damage due to sloshing loads.

CFD enables designers and operators of separation equipment to visualize the complex flow processes that occur within a separator and to determine exactly how effectively that separator will perform under a range of operating conditions. By applying CFD technology early in the design process, separator manufacturers are able to optimize the performance of a separator, long before the first physical prototype is ever created.


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The webinar will include a live demonstration of CD-adapco’s simulation technology applied to a real separator problem.

The webinar is free to attend, but places are strictly limited.

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