CPFD Software is proud to continue our longstanding support of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Annual meeting. This year’s AIChE Annual Meeting takes place in the Hyatt Regency Orlando, November 5-10, 2023.
Be sure to meet the CPFD team at the following Particle Technology Forum (PTF) events:
- James Parker, CTO, will be co-chairing the Fluidization: Modeling session (Session 210) alongside Chris Boyce of Columbia University. Please join us from 8:00 – 10:30 AM on Tuesday, November 7, 2023 in Bayhill 21.
- James Parker will also present on the topic of “Democratizing CFD: Expanding the Use of Fluidization Modeling to Address Today’s Greatest Challenges” (Paper 290f) at 5:35 PM on Tuesday, November 7, 2023 in Bayhill 21. This is presented as part of Session 290, an honorary session celebrating the career and achievements of Ray Cocco, chaired by Sankaran Sundaresan (Princeton University), Ronald Breault (NETL), and Jia Wei Chew (Chalmers University).
- Particle Technology Forum’s Poster Session (Session 303) takes place from 3:30 – 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 8, 2023 in the Regency Ballroom where CPFD will once again sponsor the Student Poster Awards.
Please contact us to arrange an in-person meeting at this year’s AIChE Annual Meeting or to learn more about getting started with Barracuda Virtual Reactor through our various commercial or academic programs. We look forward to seeing you in Orlando!
About the 2023 AIChE Annual Meeting
The AIChE Annual Meeting is the premier educational forum for chemical engineers interested in innovation and professional growth. Academic and industry experts will cover a wide range of topics relevant to cutting-edge research, new technologies, and emerging growth areas in chemical engineering.
About CPFD Software
CPFD Software is advancing multiphase simulation and technology. Our flagship product, Barracuda Virtual Reactor®, is a physics-based engineering software package that simulates the three-dimensional, transient, fluid-particle hydrodynamics, heat balance, and chemical reactions in industrial fluidized bed reactors and other fluid-particle systems.
Virtual Reactor™ enables researchers and engineers working with fluid/particle processes to explore a broad range of ideas, reduce physical testing costs, and minimize development risk, all while accelerating commercialization, scale-up, and overall time to market. For clients who already operate industrial units, Virtual Reactor allows engineers to determine the root cause of underperformance, reduce the risk of changes through virtual testing, and optimize solutions, all while maximizing reliability, uptime, and regulatory compliance initiatives.
The Virtual Reactor technology can be accessed via software licensing, services, or custom collaborative arrangements.