Innovative Technologies Pöyry Launches New Digital Service
The company’s new Advanced Modelling and Simulation (AMS) is expected to transform energy, industry and infrastructure engineering like never before. Pöyry's AMS service is enabled by the powerful fluid-flow simulation platform Trans AT.
Finalnd – Providing CFD–based consulting services, Pöyry's Advanced Modelling and Simulation (AMS) is creating new value for its clients. It is also helping its clients to make better informed decisions at an earlier stage, maximising efficiency and reliability, reducing risks and optimising Opex costs. Customers can now virtually visualise heat and fluid flow scenarios that were only speculated before, claims the company.
Pöyry Switzerland is taking its capability of fluid-flow simulation to the next level by enlarging the existing know-how through the creation of a dedicated service, Advanced Modelling and Simulation. The company is focusing on niche CFD and combine know-how and tools in a unique way. AMS reflects the transfer of human expertise, tools, and services and will be serving its clients as well as Pöyry's lead business units.
CFD/CFMD simulations based on Trans AT
Building on the latest digital techniques and Computer Aided Engineering solutions, Pöyry's AMS service is enabled by the powerful fluid-flow simulation platform Trans AT, which delivers multi-dimensional, transient flow-process predictions present in key business sectors: Energy, infrastructure and industry, adds the firm.
Trans AT is a versatile fluid-flow simulation platform (CFD) using smart technology for multi-dimensional meshing and is particularly suitable for multiphase flows featuring complex physics.
AMS services bring key benefits to clients
Customers face the challenge of staying ahead of the game by validating new concepts and feasibility in a fast and reliable way. CFD helps to get upfront insight to support investment decisions by simulating initial studies and proof of concepts. According to the company, by validating new ideas and improving designs or retro-fitting existing assets with CFD simulations, customers can maximise efficiency and reliability of their products and systems.
Virtual simulations of real-life scenarios are now taking less time and are performed at a fraction of the cost of laboratory experiments. Furthermore, advanced simulations are, in some critical cases, the only way to understand key phenomena that control the processes.
Key successes for clients
During an intensive 16 months of an uninterrupted simulation campaign, mandated by BP USA, the firm’s experts helped explain various facts around the oil-spill in the Gulf of Mexico. With hundreds of 3D simulations performed on its supercomputer, the group has supported the design of a unique capping system for subsea oil spills, mandated by the French oil & gas company Total.
For a Swiss nuclear utility, the team has run one of the largest sub channel flow-boiling simulations ever done, reaching the billion mesh-cells. It is also working for a consortium of Japanese oil & gas companies to help design their subsea gas-hydrates separators. The team has also serviced the pharma industry by delivering solutions to protect highly sensitive bio-products from external, variable heat loads when transported in containers.