The mixing process is an integral component of the process industry, with a wide range of applications utilized to create tailored products that meet the diverse needs of various industries and customers.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation products are for engineers who needs to make better and faster decisions and can help reducing the development time and efforts while improving your product’s performance and safety.
Materials information is crucial in engineering and manufacturing as it enables informed decisions. In simulation and modeling, precise materials data is needed to accurately predict real-world behaviour.
Since day one, our customers have been at the centre of our focus. Whether we’re taking care of our existing users or onboarding new customers into our yearly care cycle – quite simply – nothing is more important to us than you, our customer.
At EDRMedeso you learn from some of the industries top experts in their respective fields. With over 1500 collective years of experience in simulation, we provide a host of training sessions to suit your organizations needs
Sustainability in technology design and engineering: how engineers and simulation can help
How can we produce sustainable products and services for a more environmentally conscious future? What role engineers can play, and how can simulation help? At a recent virtual roundtable hosted by ESSS and moderated by Dr. Ahmad Haidari, three representatives with extensive industry experience shared their perspectives on engineering, technology and sustainability.
Here, we summarize the presenters’ talks and share their key ideas.
Participatory Technology Development
Dr. Marcelo Precoppe, Crop Postharvest Technologist – University of Greenwich
Technology can be sustainable in three ways: Economic, environmental, and social. Combining technology and sustainability in agriculture, for example, can improve people’s lives—a social benefit, especially for rural populations.
With what’s called “participatory technology development,” various stakeholders are involved in the development of a product, including the product’s users, manufacturers, and engineers. An open dialogue among all participants makes it easier to visualize, incorporate feedback, and try ideas. Simulation, especially particle simulation and the related multiphysics capabilities, are powerful tools in this process.