NEW Barracuda Virtual ReactorŽ: Breakthrough CAE/CFD Software Uses GPU Acceleration to Speed Simulations That Save Millions of Dollars across High-Value Fluidized Reactor Unit Operations
Barracuda VR Series 16-GPU enables HPC capability and builds on the value that more than 50 Global 500 manufacturers and technology licensors have already attained from CPFD's proven CAE software package, which is unique in its ability to model 3D reacting flows within fluidized bed reactors (FBRs) and circulating fluidized bed (CFB) reactors. Owners of oil refineries, chemical plants, power generation / gasification plants, and polysilicon FBRs have optimized their reactors' production rates and yields, increased reactor lifetimes, plus reduced emissions using this unique particle-flow CFD software.
Embraced by corporate and plant engineering teams and their contract service partners, Barracuda VR allows them to optimize all fluid, thermal and chemically reacting behavior inside a fluidized bed reactor (FBR). What sets Barracuda VR apart from more traditional, general-purpose CFD software is how it models individual, discrete particulate solids possessing any heterogeneous composition (e.g. coal, coked catalyst, polyolefins), and how it captures the entire particle size distribution for multiple solid species in detail. The complex 3D particle flows are fully-coupled to a user's chemical reactions, thereby assuring accurate models of
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