Study models by the finite element method (fem)
We have 5 different study modules that allow us to simulate the performance of individual parts and complex structures such as tunnel kilns or incineration furnaces. We compare the original design with new proposals in a search for efficiency.
The parts are subjected to thermal stress and the resulting stresses are analysed.
Mechanical stress or loads are applied to locate the critical points of the geometry.
Simulation of fluid movement to optimise geometry and heat input.
Models combustion in an incineration furnace. The analysis provides an understanding of how and where the different reactions take place.
Allows the optimization of the final composition by modeling virtual phase diagrams.
We perform R&D&I tests to maximise performance and anticipate possible incidents in the refractory lining.
Density, Mechanical strength, MOR, Porosity, etc
Behaviour at exceptional temperatures
CREEP, Resistance to thermal shock
Abrasion, impact, and oxidation resistance
XRD, XRF, SEM, TGA/DSC
Life cycle analysis
Static and dynamic chemical attack