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CFD for the Chemical Industry - Multiphase Flows
Posted Tue January 29, 2013 @03:02PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host CFD for the Chemical Industry - Multiphase Flows on February 13, 2013.

Advanced multiphase flow capabilities will be shown, including discussions on various modeling approaches.

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Topics include:
  • Lagrangian multiphase model (LMP)
  • Discrete Element Model (DEM)
  • Eulerian multiphase model (EMP)
  • Volume of Fluid (VOF)

Examples highlighting these approaches will demonstrate how multiphase flow simulation is used to carry out design calculation of equipment involving multiphase flows. A live demonstration will show how you can set up Eulerian multiphase simulation using STAR-CCM+.

This webinar is free, but registration is required to obtain log-in credentials
10am (London) 11am (Berlin/Paris) 3:30pm (Bangalore) > Register
10am (Los Angeles) 1pm (New York) > Register

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