Fundamental Research & Development for the Simulation of Flow Processes
DCS is committed to further develop its simulation engines through fundamental reseach. We are partnering up with academic partners worldwide and are full partners of two EU level research projects.
EU level research networks where DCS is a full partner:
NanoSim (http://www.sintef.no/Projectweb/NanoSim/): A Multi-scale Simulation-Based Design Platform for Cost-Effective CO2 Capture Processes using Nano-Structured Materials. NanoSim develops an open-source computational platform that will allow the rational design of the second generation of gas-particle CO2 capture technologies based on nano-structured materials. Further goals are the design and manufacturing of nano-structured material and shortening the development process of nano-enabled products based on the multi-scale modelling.
T-MAPPP (http://www.t-mappp.eu/): T-MAPPP is an Initial Training Network funded by FP7 Marie Curie Actions with 10 full partners and 6 associate partners. The role of the network is to train the next generation of researchers who can support and develop the emerging inter- and supra-disciplinary community of Multiscale Analysis (MA) of multi Phase Particulate Processes. The goal is to develop skills to progress the field in both academia and industry, by devising new multiscale technologies, improving existing designs and optimising dry, wet, or multiphase operating conditions.
Furthermore, DCS is working together with a variety of academic partners.
Excerpt of the list of partners of DCS:
JKU Linz, Department of Particulate Flow Modelling (www.jku.at/pfm)
TU Graz, Institute of Process and Particle Engineering (http://www.tugraz.at/en/institute/ippt/)
DCS is running CFDEMproject where we connect with a variety of partners (www.cfdem.com)