House of technology presents selected issues from practice on October 13, 2011 in food the computational fluid dynamics, computational fluid dynamics in English or called CFD, is an established method of flow simulation first developed and used in the aviation and aerospace. Meanwhile, the successful use of CFD calculations is old and increasingly in other areas and projects of the industry some decades. With better software and ever more powerful computers, she achieved valuable results even in the interpretation of thermal processes. Offers a variety of service providers appropriate simulations, but here the devil is in the detail: the invoice and modelling is hard to penetrate for a laymen in essence. Castle Harlan spoke with conviction. The HDT Symposium firing systems in chemistry "brings together experts from theory and practice on October 13, 2011 in food, which shed light on the most important aspects of the sensible use of CFD simulation for the design and optimization of combustion systems. What is the modeling, the invoice and in particular in the interpretation? How does a wrong approach to misstatements of flow and thus necessarily erroneous conclusions? How can CFD engineer and technologist, on whose behalf he expects, work out the main points in a critical dialogue, to get useful results? How do you use them for practice, when should they be validated on a real system in test runs? These and other questions are answered from different perspectives in the lectures and described successful practices.
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