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Ansys Energy Industry Webinar Series

Webinar 1: Discover Combustion Solutions for Industrial Processes
Join this webinar to learn how and why we use simulation tools and how Ansys tools are used to improve combustion and heat transfer systems.

Clean and efficient combustion processes are critical and ethical for the energy sector (gas, coal, waste, biomass) as well any industrial process using combustion. During this webinar, we'll present how you can use computational fluid dynamics to predict the combustion systems' behavior and how we can use it to develop and optimize the combustion process and reduce the environmental impact.

What you will learn

  • Learn how and why we use simulation tools
  • Learn how Ansys tools improve combustion and heat transfer systems

Speakers: Tomasz Stelmach, Senior Application Engineer

Date: May 10, 2022
Time: 4 PM

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Webinar 2: Reduced Order Modeling - Complementing 3D CAE
Sign up for this webinar to learn how Reduced Order Models can be used throughout the product lifecycle, from design and optimization to operations and maintenance.

3D physics simulations (such as structural mechanics, fluid dynamics and electromagnetics simulation) provide detailed insight and information as to how your product design or manufacturing process will perform and are widely used across many industrial sectors for many applications. Whilst such 3D simulations are invaluable due to the fidelity and accuracy of the output, 3D physics based simulations take longer than real-time to calculate. Reduced order modelling complements 3D physics simulation by providing real-time insight, making ROMs (Reduced Order Models) suitable for engineering applications where instant feedback from the numerical model is critical.

Who should attend:

  • Discover the concept of reduced-order modeling
  • Observe how reduced-order models from optiSLang can stage early design iteration and optimization
  • Learn how reduced-order models from Twin Builder can help the development and operation of assets
  • See how reduced-order modeling can be used in the energy sector throughout the product lifecycle, from design and optimization to operations and maintenance

Speaker: Raja Badrinarayanan, Application Engineer and Markus Wagner, Senior Application Engineer

Date: May 12, 2022
Time: 4 PM

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Webinar 3: Using Simulation to Speed Environmental Pollution Control
Experience and learn how simulation plays a vital role in meeting the objective of low-carbon, net-zero initiatives quickly and efficiently.

Net-zero is critical for the industry to focus on as it is our way to address climate change and reduce global warming. Ansys focuses on helping our customers reduce waste and manage resources towards a cleaner future.

What you will learn 

This webinar highlights how simulation plays a vital role in meeting the objective of low-carbon, net-zero initiatives quickly and efficiently. We will present case studies for four (4) different categories:

  1. Tuning combustion technologies
  2. Emission fugitive (leakage detection, emission reduction)
  3. Exhaust gas quality control 
  4. Effluent water quality control  

These case studies highlight how Ansys Fluent significantly impacts applications like furnaces, reformers, boilers, gas turbines, flares, cyclones, scrubbers, and disinfection tanks. We'll explore leveraging 3D high fidelity modeling results for predictive maintenance and operational optimization.

Speaker: Anchal Jatale, Lead Application Engineer, Ansys

Date: June 2, 2022
Time: 4 PM

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Webinar 4: Green Fuel Revolution: Hydrogen Life Cycle and the Role of Simulation
Learn how Ansys simulation plays a vital role in resolving the challenges in the hydrogen lifecycle from production to distribution, storage, transport, and consumption.

Oil and gas refiners must make significant capital expenditures and increase hydrogen usage for low sulfur fuels mandated by new environmental standards.

What you will learn 

  • Provide insights on how simulation plays a vital role in resolving the challenges in the hydrogen lifecycle from production to distribution, storage, transport, and consumption.
  • Review use cases for different hydrogen production processes: a) grey hydrogen, b) converting grey hydrogen to blue hydrogen, and c) green hydrogen.
  • Highlight the use of Ansys Fluent for applications like steam reformers, pyrolysis chambers, electrolyzers, fuel cells, hydrogen combustion turbines, and more.
  • Show how simulation can help scale up production and handle hydrogen safely.

Speaker: Anchal Jatale, Lead Application Engineer

Date: June 16, 2022
Time: 4PM

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Webinar 5: Ansys Solutions for the Energy Industry

Learn how Ansys Simulation tools can be used to improve prototype design processes for the Energy Sector  

Date: June 23, 2022
Time: 4PM

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Event Details 
Date: 
Energy Webinar Series
Venue: 
Online
Cost: 
FREE
Registrations close: 
16th of June 2022

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