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✅ COMSOL Day: Process Engineering & Transport Phenomena (tip)
19 november 2020 van 9:00 am tot 4:00 pm
Join us for a full-day online event with a special focus on process engineering and transport phenomena. Listen to experts in the field of simulation, engage in product demonstrations, and ask questions to COMSOL technical staff. Whether you are considering using COMSOL Multiphysics in your organization and want to see how it works, or are an existing user looking to catch the latest news, this event has something for you. A grab from our lectures:
Lecture: Process Engineering Simulation, News, and Trends
The simulation of the different units and components of processes has become increasingly popular as computational resources have made it easier to perform them. During this session, we will introduce you to the latest news and trends in process engineering simulation, particularly with respect to fluid flow and mass and heat transfer. We will discuss how simulation can be applied to process engineering applications and present some of the latest features in the COMSOL® software that expand the possibilities of what can be modeled and in what capacity.
Lecture: Fluid Flow Simulations with COMSOL Multiphysics
Being able to simulate fluid flow is an integral part of understanding, designing, and optimizing process engineering applications. In this presentation, we will showcase a series of CFD models within single-phase, multiphase, nonisothermal, and reacting flows. We will also discuss how such simulations are coupled to the modeling of heat and mass transfer, as well as chemical reaction kinetics.
Lecture: Porous Media Flow for Environmental Engineering and Wastewater Treatment
Groundwater is an important source of irrigation and drinking water where contamination is easy to occur and hard to resolve. Designing processes and systems to remove contaminants from groundwater requires an understanding of the complex way miscible and immiscible fluids and mixtures move through soil. In this session, we will demonstrate how to analyze the transport of single- and multiphase fluids through porous media using the phase transport and fluid dynamics functionalities in COMSOL Multiphysics®.