Green’s is to improve the energy-saving and cost-cutting benefits of its waste heat recovery systems for cement plants with its investment in a combination of modelling tools, people, and track record.
“It is vital for us to stay ahead of our competition worldwide,” said Matthew Crewe, Green’s Managing Director. “Software tools are useful but their value is limited without skilled people using them and legacy information to refer to.”
Every project Green’s works on requires a bespoke solution that takes into account the customer’s objectives, the application the system is being used for and a range of other factors. The company has invested significantly in in-house and industry software, including STAAD, AutoPipe, and SOLIDWORKS. This enables its design engineering team to analyse stress distribution, calculate the best configuration and use of tubes and attachments, and model whole systems in 3D.
Use of these software tools is combined with the design engineering team’s 100-years-plus experience, its base of designs, its collaborative approach with customers’ engineers, and working to the latest international design codes. It is “the best combination in our business,” concluded Crewe.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/30072018/greens-offers-new-modeling-service-for-waste-heat-recovery-systems/
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