|Complimentary Webinar: CFD Methods in the Pharmaceutical Industry - Continuous Manufacturing for the API Process|
|This event will teach attendees about the benefits of CFD methods for continuous processes, and how it can shorten product-process development cycles, optimize existing processes, reduce energy requirements, and lead to the efficient design of new products.â€¨ CFD specialists will speak on the developments in continuous manufacturing for the API (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient) process and how the integration of CFD modeling and simulation is emerging as a game changer.|
|Date:||November 15, 2012|
|Application Areas:||Biomedical & Pharmaceutical|
|Special Fields:||CAD/CFD Integration|
|Type of Event:||Online Event, International|
From Lab Scale to Plant Scale: CFD for the Chemical Industry
November 8, 2012, Available Times
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The chemical industry is entering an age of intense transformation due to the availability of high performance computing resources on one hand, and the availability of mathematical models describing physic-chemical phenomenon on the other hand.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is being employed more frequently to answer the challenging questions left after the initial design phase of process simulation and flow sheeting. CFD can resolve the underlying physics and coupled chemistry in a more detailed manner in 3D space, elucidating the local effects of flow and heat transfer on mass transfer and chemical reactions.
This webinar will reveal the value-added benefits of performing CFD simulation during the design and analysis phases of projects. A live demonstration, using STAR-CCM+, will show the workflow of converting geometrical data and operating parameters in to inputs for simulation.
A CFD specialist will also show how to model a variety of processes in the chemical industry. Applications of Eulerian and Lagrangian multiphase models, the discrete element model (DEM) and a variety of reaction models will be demonstrated.
|Event record first posted on October 29, 2012, last modified on November 1, 2012|