In this guide, you can learn how computational fluid dynamics (CFD) can be used to ensure that the flue gas cleaning units in power plants reduce emissions as efficiently as possible.

Flue gas cleaning units are commonly used to discharge clean air into the atmosphere and comply with environmental regulations. However, the ability of these units to function properly is highly dependent on flow distribution inside them. Optimal flow distribution is a prerequisite to ensure maximum efficiency while keeping the cost low. 

The guide covers:

  • Flow issues in emission reduction units
  • The benefits of using CFD
  • The CFD optimisation process
  • Design and implementation of flow optimisation devices

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