Cologne, Germany  /  03/13/2018  -  03/15/2018

Filtech 2018

Website Filtech

Hall 11.1, no. A9

FILTECH is the largest and most important filtration event world-wide. This Exhibition is a must for all those concerned with designing, improving, purchasing, selling or researching filtration and separation equipment and services. FILTECH is the international platform and solution provider for all industries covering every market segment. Next to short courses about Solid/Liquid Separation and Fine Dust Seperation, the Filtech conference features close to 200 technical papers, a Plenary Lecture and 4 Keynote Lectures presented by leading experts.

 

In our booth we are glad to give you some information about our years of experience in the modelling and simulation of filtration, separation and purification processes. The software solutions and simulation services include the optimization of filter media and elements (efficiency, lifetime), field flow fractionation in microfluidics and the prediction of reactive flow in porous media. The computer models and simulation tools enable the designer to investigate the performance of new products early in the developmental stage. Therefore, the number of time-consuming and costly tests with prototypes can be significantly reduced.

 

Furthermore, several of our employees will present their research results in a lecture:

  • Katja Schladitz, Ali Moghiseh, Michael Godehardt and Prakash Easwaran from the department »Image Processing« will talk about
    Automatic fiber thickness and cloudiness analysis for non-woven filter media based on sem images
    at Tuesday, 13th March 2017 from 16:45 to 18:00.
  • Ralf Kirsch, Sebastian Osterroth and Stefan Rief from the department »Flow and Material Simulation« will talk about
    Build-up of internal cake in layered filtering media
    at Wednesday, 14th March 2017 from 9:00 to 10:15.
  • Matthias Kabel, Ralf Kirsch, Sebastian Osterroth and Stefan Rief from the department »Flow and Material Simulation« will talk about
    A two-scale approach for the computation of flow through pleated filters based on real image data
    at Wednesday, 14th March 2017 from 16:45 to 18:00.
  • Simone Gramsch from the department »Transport Processes« will talk about
    Simulation of spunbond and meltblown processes for filter media production
    at Wednesday, 14th March 2017 from 16:45 to 18:00.