VIRTUHCON - Virtual High Temperature Conversion

The CIC Virtuhcon (Virtual High Temperature Conversion) innovation skills center is a multidisciplinary center for the development of concepts and new technologies around high-temperature conversion processes. Due to their high energy consumption, these processes are caught between the needs of modern life and the demands of sustainability and climate protection. Virtuhcon’s task is the development of new concepts for efficient high-temperature conversion processes, with a significant reduction in terms of time and money. The key to this is process virtualization: comprehensively depicting processes by means of numerical simulation. Previously, this approach was successfully applied to entrained-flow systems. Virtuhcon will extend this strategy to high-temperature processes in metallurgy and the chemical industry, the main focus being on high solids content as found in fluidized-bed and fixed-bed systems. Reliably modeling such complex multi-phase systems is challenging and can only be achieved thanks to Virtuhcon's existing multiphase models.

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During 11th and 12th December 2019, PD. Dr. Schneiderbauer and Dr. Lichtenegger from the Department of Particulate Flow Modelling of Johannes Kepler university in Linz (AUT) held a workshop on Two Fluid Model simulation and recurrence CFD for high temperature dense multiphase flows at our institute. … weiterlesen

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The director of experimental research of Outotec GmbH & Co. KG, Andreas Spies, visited the CIC Virtuhcon on July 11th 2019. … weiterlesen

Within July 1st 2019 Dr. Massoud Massoudi-Farid succeeded Dr. Sebastian Kriebitzsch as the head of the junior research group Multiphase Models in CIC Virtuhcon. … weiterlesen

PD Dr. Andreas Richter
On April 9, 2019, PD Dr. Andreas Richter, head of the CFD department at the Professorship of Energy Process Engineering and Thermal Waste Treatment, opened the first Science Sessions event of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg with the first presentation of the evening. … weiterlesen

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