A Better Understanding of Particulate Flows and Fluid Flows
Thursday, February 4, 2016

Coupling Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) with Discrete Element Modeling (DEM) is a powerful combination to investigate the effects of particulate flows and fluid flows.

This webcast highlights how these technologies have been applied to shorten product process development cycles and reduce energy requirements.

Presenters demonstrate using a Rotary Kiln within the context of the DEM-CFD model. They will explore how optimizing these existing processes results in the efficient design of new products. For large-scale chemical products, it can also mean less waste, as well as a reduction in the number of trials and downtime problems due to failure.

In this webcast we explore DEM and how it can aid in the development and manufacturing of composite particulates.

Kristian Debus
Oleh Baran
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