Modeling and Analysis of Multiphase Flow Systems
April 11th, 2019 | Start Time 10:00 – 11:00 AM EDT
Systematic research into building models of multiphase flows began in the middle of the last century. From technology as common as a home refrigerator, to as complex as propulsion systems in a rocket engine, people can no longer imagine a world without these modern day devices. As technology continues to advance, having the tools and capabilities to perform calculation of thermal schemes with mixing flow and phase transition has become a prevalent need.
For 20 years, SoftInWay Inc. has been successfully providing industry-leading turbomachinery design, analysis and optimization software as well as consulting services for many companies where development of technology without accounting for multiphase flow is impossible. With this in mind, SoftInWay developed AxSTREAM NET™ to model such flows while accounting for heat transfer through different means.
In this webinar, we will discuss several cases of modeling and analysis schemes with phase transition and mixing flow using our thermal-fluid network approach. Applications covered include rocket propulsion technology, heating cycles, and turbomachinery systems.
The scope includes:
- Brief overview of how mixed flow calculations have evolved.
- Description of actual schemes for modeling multiphase flows in AxSTREAM NET™
- Demonstration of cases with mixed flow and analysis of these modeling schemes, ranging from refrigeration to rocket engine systems
Who should attend?
- Engineers involved in secondary airflow modeling in industries such as space exploration, automotive, and power generation
- Engineering students looking for hydraulic and thermal calculation examples to deepen their understanding of solving real world engineering problems using complex software
- Engineers and technicians actively working to make industry processes more efficient.