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Modeling of Laminar and Turbulent Reacting Flows

Originally delivered Sep 29, 2015
Source: AIChE
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    1 hour
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This presentation focuses on the simulation of reacting flows. Reacting flow and fluid dynamics may heavily influence the residence time distribution of chemical species and the reaction distribution in a non-ideal reactor or reacting system. In this webinar, we will show how multiphysics modeling may be used to study and improve the properties and performance of such a system, as well as the process efficiency. The results of such simulations are often relevant to chemical engineering, fluid mechanics studies, process control, and mixer design. A live demonstration is performed in the COMSOL Multiphysics® software and is followed by a Q&A session at the end of the webinar.


Ed Fontes

Ed Fontes is the Chief Technology Officer at COMSOL. He has been with COMSOL since 1999, and was previously the lead developer for the CFD, heat transfer, and chemical engineering products. He received his PhD in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.Read more

Jennifer Segui

As a Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer at COMSOL, Jennifer Segui writes and produces demos, presentations, articles, and documentation showcasing the capabilities available across the entire COMSOL® Product Suite. She is also the Program co-Chair for the COMSOL Conference in Boston. Jennifer has degrees in Medical Physics and Computer Engineering....Read more



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