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Simulation of particle-laden flows

Thursday, October 14, 2021, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

CADFEM Technology Days 2021

OPTIMIZE FLUIDIC AND PROCESS ENGINEERING OPERATIONS

Learn about the variety of methods in fluid process simulation and which approach is suitable for your industrial application.

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?

Many processes engineering problems take place with the participation of several phases. These include solid-laden flows such as suspension flows in agitators, mixers and mills, pneumatic conveying, separation processes using cyclones and air classifiers, fluidized bed processes and many more. The focus of the Technology Day is the simulation of particle-laden flows.
The simulation of a fluid flow of these processes by means of CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) requires the use of a multi-phase model (Lagrange or Euler-Euler) or the coupled approach between CFD and DEM (Discrete Element Method). Depending on the application, the most suitable modeling approach should be used. The introductory presentation shows on the one hand the variety of the modelling methods and on the other hand classifies their range of validity. The in-depth presentations will highlight four important application areas. This provides the audience a guideline as to which approach is appropriate for which industrial application.

Agenda

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2021, 10:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.

The language of presentation is German.

10:00-10:20Particle-laden flows: an overview
Jorge Ferreira (CADFEM)
10:20-10:40Pneumatic conveying process modeling with particle simulation
Lucas Kostetzer (CADFEM)
10:40-11:00Simulation of agitating and mixing processes with low and high particle loading
Barbara Neuhierl (CADFEM)
11:00-11:20Untie the Gordian Knot - Flexible Particles in Flows
Jan-Philipp Fürstenau (CADFEM)
11:20-11:40Drying, heating and coating with DEM
Thomas Köllner (CADFEM)
11:40-11:50Closing session
Jorge Ferreira (CADFEM)

Registration

Participation in the Technology Day is free of charge. Registration is required for organizational purposes.