Computational Fluid Dynamics

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a branch of fluid dynamics in which numerical algorithms are used to analyse issues that involve fluid flows. This works by using software to perform calculations required to simulate the interaction of liquids and gases within defined boundaries.
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Addfield Environmental Systems are the only incineration company that use this method.
We use this analysis to predict gas velocities and movements within the chambers. It helps us to design the machines so that thermal heat loss is reduced, and to identify heat build-up and stress points within the machine.
All this together allows us to design the incinerators to use the heat generated in the most efficient way possible.

The final result is that our incinerators are robust, durable and reliable, with the Addfield range of machines being in use a lot longer than machines of our competitors.