15 Dec CFD Valve Erosion
Erosion of valves and pipes is a major problem when dealing with flows with solid particles. CFD allows to estimate the erosion rate in the very first design phase, improving products effectiveness.
Here is reported a brief video showing the results of a CFD simulation where a fluid with dispersed solid particles flows inside a S pipe.
We also registered a Webinar (available here) that explains how Computational Fluid Dynamics works and how to easily setup a CFD simulation for a butterfly valve starting from model geometry and input data (such as velocity inlet, pressure outlet, etc.). It also shows how to deal with erosion.
Our web application can effectively simulate operational conditions, highlighting problems and shortcomings in the design in the very preliminary phase.
If you want to try to simulate your valve or pipe, our WELCOME Plan is free and gives you access to the full power of our platform.
CONSELF wants to make state of the art, cutting edge technology, available to every professional in the globe.
CFD & FEM simulation software is a very powerful tool, with its adoption optimization and innovation can be achieved in every field. To make this instrument accessible to everyone means lowering costs, but mainly to develop an infrastructure that favours a super-easy adoption by market new entrants.
CONSELF is highly committed and will pursue this goal working side by side with professional and industries to define the best strategies and solutions.
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