Ansys Mixing Simulation Webinar

Simulation Best Practices for Mixing Equipment

Ansys Mixing Simulation Webinar

Simulation Best Practices for Mixing Equipment
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

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Join us to discover how Ansys simulations can best be applied in solving engineering issues with mixing equipment.

Learn about:

  • How a 1% increase in the concentration of mixtures can translate to millions in revenue per batch.
  • Accelerate your simulation time up to 1000x with reduced order models.
  • Utilizing multiscale, multidomain, and multiphysics simulation for wet or dry mixing equipment and unlock superior performance.
  • Quantifying the impact of simulation on efficient mixing equipment use and unleash increased revenues from your products.

 

Newsletter: Mixing Equipment – how Ansys simulations can best be applied in solving engineering issues

Read about the latest news from Ozen Engineering and Ansys, Inc.

September 8, 2021

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Webinar Series Recordings: Improving Electronic Reliability

If you missed our 5-part webinar series on “Improving Electronics Reliability”, the YouTube video recordings are now available in our YouTube Channel Playlist:

Improving Electronics Reliability Webinar Series


Why is it important?

One of the biggest barriers to getting a product to market is unexpected failures during prototype or physical testing. This can result in numerous design cycles, increased costs, delays, and loss of market share.

Businesses that manufacture printed circuit boards (PCBs) can solve these issues by introducing simulation early in the design cycle to determine and predict reliability before physical testing.

Overall, the primary questions to be addressed are:

  • How do I meet urgent market demands faster than my competition AND be confident that my product is reliable?
  • How does simulation save me money and expedite the design cycle?
  • What are the current drivers of electronics reliability?
  • What kinds of analysis and testing can I perform using simulation software?

If you want more information, please contact us at info@ozeninc.com.

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Webinar Series: Improving Electronic Reliability

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Next month, Ozen Engineering will be hosting a series of 30-minute webinars that focus on improving electronics reliability.

Why is it important?

One of the biggest barriers to getting a product to market is unexpected failures during prototype or physical testing. This can result in numerous design cycles, increased costs, delays, and loss of market share.

Businesses that manufacture printed circuit boards (PCBs) can solve these issues by introducing simulation early in the design cycle to determine and predict reliability before physical testing.

Overall, the primary questions to be addressed are:

  • How do I meet urgent market demands faster than my competition AND be confident that my product is reliable?
  • How does simulation save me money and expedite the design cycle?
  • What are the current drivers of electronics reliability?
  • What kinds of analysis and testing can I perform using simulation software?

The first 30-minute webinar is scheduled for June 9 at 11:00 AM PT and will provide an overview of electronic reliability.

Improving Electronic Reliability Overview
June 9, 11:00 AM PT
Register today!!


Future webinars will focus on specific aspects of electronic reliability such as:

  • Thermal
  • Mechanical
  • Electrical stressors

Please plan to join us for one or more of these informative, 30-minute webinars. If you happen to miss a live webinar, we will be making the video recordings available. Just let us know by contacting us at info@ozeninc.com.

 

 

 

Particle Measurement in CFD

ANSYS Fluent can track the motion of particles through a fluid using the Discrete Phase Model (DPM).  In the most basic approach to implementing particles in a CFD analysis the user specifies:  injection location, speed, mass flow rate, particle size & material.

Particles can interact with boundary walls with options: reflection, escape, trapping, sliding, or forming a film.

DPM offers an impressive range of advanced capabilities, including:

  • Random effects of small-scale turbulent eddies
  • Particle size distribution
  • Two-way interaction where particles influence flow
  • Particle-particle interaction for dense populations
  • Particle heat transfer and vaporization/boiling of droplets & bubbles

“Particle Tracks” is the primary tool to postprocess particle behavior.  In addition to creating a graphical display of particle paths, this tool offers a powerful option to quantify particle behavior.  From the Particle Tracks menu, activate Report Type -> Summary, and Report To -> Console.  The text interface will report statistics for individual boundaries where particles exit the system, including Particle Count, Elapsed Time and Mass Flow.

 

 

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