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|Service Duration||12-15 Days|
The quick or sudden cooling of flue gas is essential in many industrial applications. Flue gas enters the quench tower at 200 ℃ from the top of the vessel. As the quench venturi is made up of what FRP material, it is very important to cool down the flue gas temperature reasonably. A critical part of the design is to select the appropriate size for the spray nozzle.
We have been approached by the European company to carry out the CFD based design studies to evaluate the nozzle sizing and performance of the spray nozzle. We prepared a computational model and accurately produce the water droplets and flue gas interaction. Our team at GMES uses the discrete phase modeling approach to plot the temperature distribution in the CFD domain.
Rapid cooling of the flue gas has been observed in the quench tower. The temperature of the flue gas drops almost by 120 ℃ in less than 10 secs. The client was delivered with a detailed design analysis report with a few recommendations for the design. The project is successfully implemented on the site in June of 2017.