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Computational Engineering

High resolution, realistic, real time fluid simulation opens a whole new world of possibilities. GTU Engineering is a consulting and engineering service company that specializes in advanced numerical technologies, such as computational fluid dynamics and automated optimization. Our goal is to help our clients to find better solutions, better designs, faster. In recent years, the water, chemical and process industries have been revolutionized by the adoption of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) as a powerful tool to optimize processes, reduce costs, and enhance overall efficiency. CFD is a numerical method that involves solving the governing equations of fluid flow to simulate and analyze the behavior of fluids in various systems.

Mixing & Homegenization

To minimize investment and operating costs while maximizing the performance of stirred reactors, CFD provides a proven tool for designing optimal mixing solutions.

Aeration & Mass Transfer

Designing aerated tank reactors is by no means a simple task. GTU Engineering possesses the tools, the team, and the experience to assist our clients in achieving their goals.

Settling & Seperation

By providing a deeper understanding of the fluid flow and transport phenomena involved, CFD has enabled engineers to design more efficient and cost-effective equipment, ultimately enhancing the sustainability of industries.

Hydraulics

CFD simulations are valuable tools for addressing a wide range of typical problems in hydraulic engineering.

Complex Rheology

CFD simulations, through the incorporation of appropriate rheological models, enable the accurate representation of these fluids‘ characteristics and behavior under different flow conditions.

Physical Validation

Our Research and Development team utilizes a variety of both large-scale and model test facilities, specifically designed for conducting experimental testing and research.

Our experience driven solid process

Mixing and Homegenization

In industrial process engineering, mixing is a crucial unit operation that involves manipulating a heterogeneous physical system to create a more homogeneous mixture. Homogenization refers to the minimization of concentration gradients of various compounds or temperature gradients within the entire system. This unit operation is vital for the treatment of wastewater and drinking water and for numerous chemical processes, ranging from food products in grocery stores, healthcare and pharmaceutical products, to polymers, minerals, paint and coatings, biofuels, and more.

Aeration and Mass Transfer

In industrial process engineering, aeration is a vital unit operation that involves the uniform dispersion of the gas phase into the liquid phase, maximizing mass transfer (absorption or desorption). Absorbing gas into a liquid to trigger a chemical reaction is often a critical responsibility. Occasionally, the gas simply provides energy via buoyancy for mixing the liquid. Aeration in reactors plays an essential role in many processes across the water treatment, chemical, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology industries..

Settling and Seperation

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has become an indispensable tool for the analysis and optimization of settling and separation processes in various industries. This technique provides valuable insights into fluid flow behavior, allowing engineers to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of equipment used for these processes. In particular, CFD has been successfully applied to the design and optimization of clarifiers in the wastewater industry and in separation processes within the chemical and process industries.

Hydraulics

Hydraulic engineering encompasses a diverse range of applications, including water resources management, flood control, dam and levee design, and the development of sustainable urban drainage systems. CFD simulations are valuable tools for addressing a wide range of typical problems in hydraulic engineering.

Testing and Delivery

omplex rheology refers to the study of fluids that exhibit non-Newtonian behavior, meaning their viscosity changes with applied stress or strain rate. Examples of such fluids include blood, polymers, slurries, and foams. CFD simulations, when combined with advanced rheological models, provide valuable insights into the flow behavior and performance of systems involving these complex fluids. Complex rheological fluids pose unique challenges for engineers and scientists due to their non-linear and often time-dependent flow properties. This makes predicting their behavior in various applications and systems more complicated than for Newtonian fluids. CFD simulations, through the incorporation of appropriate rheological models, enable the accurate representation of these fluids‘ characteristics and behavior under different flow conditions.

Physical validation

The foundation of all rigorous scientific and engineering work lies in accurate experimental results. Physical experiments serve as the cornerstone for dependable technical knowledge. Our Research and Development team utilizes a variety of both large-scale and model test facilities, specifically designed for conducting experimental testing and research. Employing rapid prototyping and high-precision measuring instruments, our R&D team is adept at performing physical tests and analyses on specific design configurations of basin and layout designs, as well as mixer prototypes. These physical experiments enable the reliable validation of CFD simulations. This process not only significantly reduces development time and costs but also enhances efficiency and yields superior finished products.