Population Balanced Model (PBM) Training Course
- Chapter1: Population Balanced Model Concepts
- Chapter2: PBM Crystallization
- Chapter3: PBM Air Bubble
- Chapter4: PBM for Nucleation
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Population Balanced Model (PBM) CFD Simulation Training Course, ANSYS Fluent
The Population Balance Model (PBM) is a mathematical approach that predicts the distribution and distribution of characteristics within a group of particles or entities as time progresses. This course is carefully designed to make you understand the complex world of Population Balanced Models, a critical tool in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). Whether you’re a researcher, engineer, or student, this course will equip you with the necessary skills to utilize PBM in your projects. Each module is made precisely to combine theoretical knowledge with practical tutorials for a comprehensive learning experience.
Training Course Syllabus
The course is divided into four key modules, each defining a unique aspect of PBM. We have covered everything you need to know, from grasping the basic principles of PBM in ANSYS Fluent to its use in nucleation, crystallization, and air bubble dynamics.
Chapter1: Population Balanced Model Concepts
This chapter will give a general introduction to the Population Balance Model and an overview of its capabilities. This section contains the following subsections:
- Introduction and Overview of the Population Balance Model
- PBM applications
- General settings
- Discrete method
- Inhomogeneous discrete method
- Standard moment method
- Quadrature moment method
Chapter2: PBM Crystallization
In this project, we simulate the PBM Crystallization using ANSYS Fluent software to understand crystal growth, nucleation, and size distribution. Also, it considers super-saturation, temperature, mixing conditions, and impurities.
Chapter3: PBM Air Bubble
This chapter uses a PBM to simulate the fragmentation and unification of air bubbles in a water column. It provides an in-depth insight into bubble behavior using ANSYS Fluent software. The Eulerian multiphase model is employed to model the air and water phases.
Chapter4: PBM Nucleation
In this project, we first model the process of calcium-oxalate production, followed by an analysis of the PBM, focusing on the production, growth, and movement of the production particles. Multiphase and Species Transport models define this simulation process in software.