|Engineering Workshop: Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for the CPI and Pharmaceutical Industry|
|This event will give process R & D engineers, process development engineers, and plant engineers a better understanding of how companies are successfully using engineering simulation to save expensive experiments, reduce time-to-market of new products, and evaluate the safety and performance of new conceptual designs.|
|Date:||December 11, 2012|
|Location:||Courtyard Newark-Univ. of Delaware, 400 David Hollowell DR, Newark, Delaware, United States|
|Application Areas:||Biomedical & Pharmaceutical, Computer Aided Design (CAD)|
|Special Fields:||CAD/CFD Integration|
|Type of Event:||Workshop, Local|
Beyond Process Simulation: Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for the CPI and Pharmaceutical Industry
The chemical process industry faces many challenges such as the rising costs of raw material and the need to develop processes and innovative products that meet safety regulation and performance demands. In addition, increased patent expiry, diversification and global competition drives the pharmaceutical industry towards continuous manufacturing, e.g. for the API (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient) process.
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) has been identified as a key enabling technology in finding solutions to many of these challenges. Please join us for a workshop coming to Newark, DE on December 11th which covers the benefits of applying CFD in the chemical process and pharmaceutical industry. A group of guest speakers will share their experiences and discuss applications in the industry.
A CFD specialist will demonstrate how you can:
Visit our event page for further details regarding registration and who should attend this informative workshop.
|Event record first posted on November 12, 2012, last modified on November 18, 2012|