How to improve the efficiency of flue gas cleaning units through flow optimisation?

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. During this webinar, you will learn how CFD can be used to create optimal flow distribution inside flue gas cleaning units, ensuring maximum efficiency at the lowest cost. 

After this webinar, you will know how CFD can help:

  • Ensure optimal performance and maximum cleaning efficiency.
  • Reduce system pressure drop, CapEx and OpEx.
  • Solve commonly reported problems, through identification of factors that should not be overlooked.
  • Provide valuable data on when/how a unit will function properly, before making expensive decisions.

Who should participate?

The webinar is tailored to decision makers within the design, development, optimization and commissioning of flue gas cleaning technology, who could benefit from CFD solutions to make their products better.

Meet your hosts

Maria Mayorca is a mechanical engineer and has worked doing CFD for the past 5 years. During the first 3 years her focus was within R&D for gas and wind turbines, while the last 2 years she has been working in the Emission Reduction Technologies department at FORCE Technology, doing commercial consultancy for the optimization of flue gas cleaning units worldwide. She works together with a team of experienced engineers in this area, who will also partially host the webinar, offering support during the Q&A.

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