Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Analysis
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- Model NO.: CFD Service
- Object: Perfume
- Operating Type: Continuous Type
- Trademark: SPT
- Origin: China
- Type: Distillation Equipment
- Separation Mode: Distillation
- Installation: Horizontal
- Specification: Tailor made according to customer requirement
- HS Code: 84199090
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis is a powerful tool that provides a three dimensional analysis of the fluid flow characteristics over time. Computers are used to perform the fluid dynamics calculations for the entire flow domain which may comprise of millions of cells.It is an integral part of product development. Multiphase flow simulations are used to predict, visualize and understand the fluid flow behaviour inside process equipment like separators and scrubbers at both test and full scale conditions.
Typical Application involves:
Tray deck flow analysis
Horizontal 2 and 3 phase separators
Cyclones, demisting, hydrocyclones
Vertical 2 and 3 phase gas-liquid separators (scrubbers)
knock out drums
Saiptech's many years of practical experience coupled with client feedback of actual plant separation performance has resulted in reliable design correlations for the design of our range of separation internals
The challenge to constantly improve our equipment separation capability has been made possible through the additional use of CFD analysis utilizing plant performance data.
.Engineers at Saiptech investigate various characteristics of the client proposed vessel including gas side flow patterns, expected particle flow patterns and conditions at the inlet and outlet nozzles.
This information, combined with the CFD analysis results of our specialized equipment, provides confidence in the initial design or allows for recommendations to be made to improve separation capacity. Changes to equipment geometries or alternative equipment selection may eventually be needed to accommodate for upset conditions or future upgrades.
CFD analysis can be used to improve equipment selection in installations that our clients deem as sensitive or critical. An added benefit is our ability to interface various output from the CFD models with Finite Element Analysis (FEA) software in order to examine the mechanical reliability of the proposed equipment installation. This allows us to investigate the mechanical stress on the separation equipment caused by a liquid slug or developed by the mechanical support arrangement inside the vessel.