Computational fluid dynamics: advancements in technology for modeling iron and steelmaking processes
Cross, M., Croft, T. N., McBride, D., Slone, A. K., Williams, A. J., Bailey, C. and Pericleous, K. (2006) Computational fluid dynamics: advancements in technology for modeling iron and steelmaking processes. AIST Transactions - Iron and Steel Technology, 3 (7). pp. 155-163. ISSN 1547-0423Full text not available from this repository.
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software technology has formed the basis of many investigations into the behavior and optimization of primary iron and steelmaking processes for the last 25+ years. The objective of this contribution is to review the progress in CFD technologies over the last decade or so and how this can be brought to bear in advancing the process analysis capability of primary ferrous operations. In particular, progress on key challenges such as compute performance, fluid-structure transformation and interaction, and increasingly complex geometries are highlighted.
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