Mathematical modeling uses Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to simulate flame and heat transfer and to predict the temperature and heat flux profiles within an enclosed furnace. Models are based on two or three dimensional, steady state elemental calculations. These calculations account for the interactive effects of convection, radiation and heat release throughout the enclosure.
Aerodynamic Physical Modeling
When a jet is placed in an enclosed space such as a boiler, its flow pattern is governed by the chamber geometry and aerodynamics. Our physical modeling technique begins with the creation of a scale model of the equipment and its components. The model accurately reproduces the aerodynamics of the equipment, allowing Turbulent Diffusion to establish an optimal flame shape and determine the heat transfer characteristics of the flame. These results can then be applied to the design and optimization of your equipment.