Celsian Revolutionizes Glass Simulation with Advanced GTM-X Software Upgrade

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Enhancing Precision and Efficiency: CelSian Unveils Upgraded GTM-X Glass Simulation Software

In a significant leap forward for the glass industry, CelSian introduces a groundbreaking update to its Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software – the GTM-X. This advanced simulation software, tailored for accurate predictions of production yield and quality, is a game-changer in addressing critical industry needs, including energy consumption simulations and product quality assessments.

GTM-X stands out for its robust capabilities in calculating batch blanket behavior, redox chemistry, and bubble predictions, making it an indispensable tool for furnace design and troubleshooting production quality issues. The latest update takes this innovation a step further by introducing detailed modeling of batch reaction gases, offering invaluable insights into the flow- and temperature fields in the combustion space above the batch blanket, along with comprehensive data on flue gas composition.

A notable enhancement in the upgraded GTM-X is the improved intuitiveness and reduced setup time for configuring a cold-top furnace model. This enhancement ensures a more seamless and efficient user experience, allowing industry professionals to focus on refining their simulations and analyses.

CelSian’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of glass simulation technology is evident in the continuous evolution of the GTM-X software. The upgraded features not only streamline the simulation process but also empower users with enhanced capabilities for a more comprehensive understanding of furnace dynamics.

As the glass industry increasingly relies on advanced simulation tools for optimizing production processes, CelSian’s GTM-X sets a new standard for precision, efficiency, and user-friendly modeling. Stay at the forefront of glass technology by exploring the enhanced features of GTM-X and revolutionize your approach to glass production simulation.

Source: Apazone

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