Industrial machinery companies operate in a challenging environment that makes them struggle daily to innovate and optimize their product. Machinery of all segments faces constantly growing global competition. Customer requirements for product quality and delivery terms are continuously increasing since they also have to be number one in their markets. Manufacturing enterprises tend to join in bigger holdings, which leads to facilities reconfiguration, establishing common standards in different areas and creates a need for fast and secure data exchange and reuse between distributed sites.
Moreover, most of the industry enterprises already have a complex IT-structure with several software tools. The results of these tools operation might be hard to collect, analyze and visualize. For plenty of companies, integration of processes related to the product design and analysis is on the top of the agenda. To win in the competitive race, manufacturers of all machinery industry segments have to reduce design cycle of more complex products, while keeping the product quality high and prices on the same level.
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Chemical industry widely uses static helix mixers for in-line blending of high viscous liquids, as their specific design ensures efficient exponential mixing. Mixing quality can be significantly improved by the right choice of mixer’s blades length, thickness and twist angle. Grasp the essentials of the mapping method, suggested by DATADVANCE to Sulzer Mixpac company as an alternative to the straight-forward two-fluid CFD, to determine optimal geometry of static helix mixer blades for the best attainable mixing performance with the minimal pressure drop.
Costly materials make you look for the optimal product mass? Learn from this real-life case how using global optimization method solved the multidisciplinary problem of finding optimal design configuration of the C-type press.
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