This presentation by Adlan Omer presents a case study from a European cement using a semi-dry system. Issues regard intermittent pumping and coatings/blockages. Barracuda Virtual Reactor identified and solved this.
About This Presentation Presented by: Dr. Kuochen Tsai – Shell International Exploration and Production In this video Dr. Kuochen Tsai, from Shell International Exploration and Production, presents a case…
CPFD Software is pleased to announce a new partnership with Tecplot. After July 1, new releases of Barracuda Virtual Reactor will include a complimentary limited Tecplot license called Tecplot for Barracuda, giving users access to Tecplot 360’s powerful CFD visualization and analysis tools.
This presentation by Ray Cocco discusses PSRI’s objectives and how CPFD’s Barracuda Virtual Reactor has played an important role in accomplishing their goals.
This presentation by Ravi Chandran discusses selected results from studies that model steam reformers and validate the resulting Barracuda Virtual Reactor simulations.
This presentation by Dirk Van Essendelft discusses NETL’s development of a stabilized, explicit solver that is accelerated with Machine Learning (ML).
Users’ Conference 2019: Comparison of CFD Models in Predicting Fluidized Behavior in Geldart B Particles
This presentation by Sina Tebianian compares two different commercial CFD tools in their ability to predict the hydrodynamic features of slugging gas-solid fluidized beds.
This presentation by Raj Singh discusses the significance of CFD modeling tools to effectively screen and evaluate new ideas and design changes, which improves existing technologies as well as the development of new ideas.
Users’ Conference 2019: Three-Dimensional Full-Loop Simulation of Cold Gas-Solid Flow in Pilot-Scale Dual Fluidized Bed System
This presentation by Frederik Zafiryadis discusses the catalytic cracking of sugars in a circulating fluidized bed (CFB) system and how simulations can help us understand its hydrodynamics.
This presentation by Dr. Hong-Shig Shim discusses an approach to develop a reduced description of the gas-phase chemical reaction’s detailed mechanism and implement it into a CFD framework.