Chemical Industry

In the scope of chemical processes and applications; FlowVision is capable of simulating both mass transfer mechanisms and multiphase flows with immiscible, mixed and free surface conditions or with presence of dispersed phases. Electro-hydrodynamics calculations are also included in extensive FlowVision CFD solver.

  • Multiphase Flow Modeling. FlowVision’s meshing and modelling approach brings high level of easiness for modelling multi region flows with more than one phase with conjugate exchange mechanisms. On the other hand, two or more phases interacting in the same region of fluid domain are also accurately simulated in FlowVision.
  • Combustion. Combustion module, included in FlowVision as a mass transfer mechanism, consists of different combustion models; Zeldovich, Arrhenius, Magnussen, Arrhenius-Magnussen, and EDC. Using these models, user is allowed to alter various parameters and simulate the actual combustion chemistry in computational environment.
  • Mixing. FlowVision users can simulate both simple mixing of components (substances) and mixing accompanied by chemical reactions between the components.
  • Reacting Flows. FlowVision allows for calculation of both reversible and irreversible reactions without limiting number of substances to be included. In this compelling area of simulation, FlowVision is highly preferable thanks to its large diversity of capabilities accompanied with easy and configurable user modules.
  • Particle Flows. Dispersed medium model implemented in FlowVision allows solving the problems of flow of liquid/gas in porous carcass, motion of solid particles and droplets in liquids or gases and motion of bubbles in liquid. Phase interactions between continuous and dispersed phases include mass (ablation/condensation), momentum (force interaction) and energy (heat exchange) exchange mechanisms.
  • EHD. FlowVision Electro-Hydro Dynamics solver is used for calculation of a variety of phenomena including stationary electric fields, ponderomotive forces, Joule (ohmic) heating and motion of electrically charged bodies in electric field. Simulating an EHD problem in FlowVision; dependence of electrical conductivity end dielectric permittivity on concentration of agents, temperature, etc. can be observed or distribution of electric potential and electric field strength can be visualized in computational volume.