Presentation on theme: "NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering. Acronym for “CFD Applied to Reactor ProcEss Technology” A merged Strategic University (SUP)- and a Strategic."— Presentation transcript:
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering
Acronym for “CFD Applied to Reactor ProcEss Technology” A merged Strategic University (SUP)- and a Strategic Institute (SIP) Program Program duration : from 2001 through 2004 Total budget : 16.9 MNOK financed by NFR 5 NTNU Doctorates (and 1 NTNU PostDoc) : - Experimental characterization of dispersed multiphase flows - Modeling of dispersed multi-fluid flow in chemical reactors - Modeling of Fluidized bed reactors - Application of Large Eddie Simulation (LES) in reactor modeling - Experiments on near-interface flow phenomena 3 SINTEF research institutes (Materials Technology, Chemistry and Mathematics) 2 NTNU departments (Chemical Engineering and Energy and Process Technology) www.carpet.ntnu.no The CARPET program
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering Stein Tore Johansen, SINTEF Materialteknologi Marc Dhainaut, SINTEF Materialteknologi Harald Laux, SINTEF Materialteknologi Paal Skjetne, SINTEF Kjemi Trond Kvamsdal, SINTEF Matematikk Tor Ytrehus, NTNU Energi og prosessteknikk Hugo Jakobsen, NTNU Kjemisk prosessteknologi Hallvard Svendsen, NTNU Kjemisk prosessteknologi Steering group: Secretary Elisabeth Thorbjørnsen
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering Contact team for the PhD students Elisabeth Thorbjørnsen : - Hallvard F. Svendsen - Svend Grådahl - Pål Tetlie - Kai Hjarbo - Knut Bech - Marc Dhainaut Thomas Braseth: - Stein Tore Johansen - Reidar Kristoffersen - Knut Bech - Ernst Meese - Benjamin Ravary - Trond Kvamsdal - Rune Engeskaug - Carl Birger Jensen Håvard Lindborg: - Hugo Jakobsen - Harald Laux - Stein Tore Johansen - Magne Lysberg - Leif Rune Hellevik - Carl Birger Jensen Carlos Dorao: - Hugo Jakobsen - Stein Tore Johansen - Paal Skjetne - Marc Dhainaut - Carl Birger Jensen Maria Fernandino: - Tor Ytrehus - Knut Bech - Hallvard Svendsen - Svend Grådahl - Pål Tetlie - Kai Hjarbo
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering Objectives The main goals of the program are to develop new physical models for fluid flow computations, particularly focused on models applicable to design and optimization of chemical and metallurgical processes, and to strengthen the academic education and research in these fields at NTNU and SINTEF by: Graduating a minimum of 5 doctorates within these fields and strengthen the collaboration with international research groups through exchange on doctoral and post doc. level. Developing model programs and experimental validation tools for a selection of specific applications. Establish a graduate course in advanced reactor technology and multiphase flow. Strengthen the links between the fundamental and applied research, and the Norwegian industry.
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering
The CARPET Project – Dissemination of information We aim at publishing a minimum of 25-30 papers and contributions in refereed journals and at national and international conferences. We will arrange semi-annual seminars where the dr.ing fellows and researchers will present their work for invited industrial partners and other interested parties. Close collaboration with the NFR- and industry supported programme HiPGaS will be maintained (see www.hipgas.ntnu.no ). www.hipgas.ntnu.no
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering The CARPET Project – Results? Improved Knowlege on: –Multiphase Flow Modeling (bubbles/particles - Stratified) –Population Balance Modeling (coalescence/breakup) –Turbulence Modeling (single- and multiphase Flow, LES) –Granular Flow Modeling –Numerical Schemes (Convection, Interface, Cut-Cells, LB) –Simulation and Validation of Stirred Tanks (Stirrer/Heat) –Experimental Techniques (Fluid Particles, Interface, bulk) –Discrete Element Method (DEM) –Project Administration!
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering The CARPET Project – Results? Number of Journal Publications: 8 List of student contributions: A Numerical Study of the Interactions Between Viscous Flow, Transport and Kinetics in Fixed Bed Reactors Jakobsen, H. A., Lindborg, H. and Handeland, V. Computers & Chemical Engineering, 26 (3), 333-357, 2002. Number of Conference Presentations: 9 List of student contributions: Parallelization and Performance Optimization of a Dynamic CFD Reactor Model Lindborg, H., Eide, V., Unger, S., Henriksen, S. T. and Jakobsen, H.A. CHISA 2002, Prague, Czech Republic, August 25-29, 2002. Paper no. E6.3. Numerical Analysis and Experimental Validation of Bubble Size Distributions in Two-Phase Bubble Column Reactors Bertola, F., Grundseth, J., Hagesæther, L., Dorao, C., Luo, H., Hjarbo, K. W., Svendsen, H. F., Vanni, M., Baldi, G. and Jakobsen, H. A. 3 rd European-Japanese Two-Phase Flow Group Meeting, Certosa di Pontignano, September 21-27 th, 2003. Reports: 6 Compendium on Multiphase Flow Modeling
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering The CARPET Project – PhD Courses Chemical Engineering: - Reactor Technology (1) - Advanced Reactor Modeling (2) - Industrial Colloid Chemistry (1) Informatics, Matematics and Electronics (IME): - Introduction to Supercomputing (3) Self Study: - A study of bubbles, drops and particles (1) - Modeling of dispersed fluid particle transport and interaction phenomena (1) - Modeling of Turbulence in Multiphase Flow (1) - Granular Theory (1) - Introduction to measurement techniques (von Karman Institute) (2) Mechanical Engineering: - Viscous Flow and Turbulence (1) - Experimental Methods in Process Engineering (1) - Multiphase Flow Modeling (3) - Turbulence (1) - Rheology and non-Newtonian Fluids (1) - Computational Heat and Fluid Flow (4) - Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics (4) Language and communication studies (Institutt for Språk og kommunikasjonsstudier) - Scientific Writing and Oral Presentation (1)
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering The HiPGaS Project – PhD Courses Chemical Engineering: - Reactor Technology (1) - Advanced Reactor Modeling (1) - Industrial Colloid Chemistry (1) - Applied Thermodynamics (1) - Fluid Phase Equilibria (1) Self Study: - A study of bubbles, drops and particles (2) - Modeling of dispersed fluid particle transport and interaction phenomena (1) - A study of gas-droplet flow in separator units (1) - Selected Topics on Measuring Techniques (1) - Laboratory Course on Instrumentation and Control (1) - Safety and Hazop analyzes (1) - Information Search (2) - Research Dissemination (1) - Introduction to measurement techniques (von Karman Institute) (1) - Phase Equilibria in the Chemical, Biochemical and Petroleum Industries (DTU) (1) Mechanical Engineering: - Viscous Flow and Turbulence (1) - Multiphase Flow Modeling (1) - Turbulent Flow (1) - Computational Heat and Fluid Flow (2) - Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics (1) Language and communication studies - Scientific Writing and Oral Presentation (2) Physics: - Classical Transport Theory (1) Chemistry: -Statistical Thermodynamics and Computer Simulations (1) - Thermodynamics of Hydrocarbon Mixtures (1)
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering Bubble column Fluidized bed reactor Stirred Tank injection (gas) Investigations: bubble coalescence bubble breakup population balance flow pattern Coherent structures High pressure Investigations: particle interaction Reactions Flow pattern Heat Transport Component Transport High pressure Coherent structures Investigations: bubble coalescence bubble breakup population balance Flow pattern Heat Transport Investigations: droplet coalescence droplet breakup droplet entrainment droplet deposition high pressure system flow pattern Thermodynamics population balance Global and meso- scale separation efficiency Separation equipment Experiments Techniques: PIV / PTV Probes LDV Experiments Techniques: PIV / PTV Probes LDV Common fields of interest injection (gas / droplets)
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering CARPET and HiPGaS Ph.D. students Macro scale Meso scale Micro scale Elisabeth Torbjørnsen Håvard Lindborg Carlos Dorao Thomas Braseth Maria Fernandino Thomas Helsør Cecilie Gotaas Trond Austrheim Kurt Schmidt Alexandre Brigadeau HiPGaS CARPET Scrubber Reactors Particle collision Film draining Coalescence Breakup Deposition Entrainment Marangoni effect Colloid chemestry Coalescence
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering The CARPET Project – Initial Budget SINTEF2100 22002200 2200 8700 NTNU1600220022002200 8200 Main activities2001200220032004Total 5 Dr.ing 6001910191015806000 SINTEF: M.T 7756506508002875 SINTEF: A.C 7256006007502675 SINTEF: A.M 3003003003001200 Post Doc. 240240240240960 Progr. Mangm. 3002502503001100 Conf. & travel 2502502503001050 Equipment 300200200130830 Contingencies 210 210 Total 370044004400440016900
NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering The CARPET Project – Budget November 2003