tir. 18. apr.|
A web-based simulator for understanding metallurgical furnaces
A web-based simulator for the electrical conditions in submerged arc furnaces is presented.
Time & Location
18. apr., 08:00 – 08:45 CEST
About the Event
The engine of the simulator is based on a metamodel obtained by applying partial least square regression to a database holding the results of hundreds of finite element method (FEM) simulations of the conditions within the furnace. Thus, the metamodel acts as a surrogate for the FEM model and keeps the applicability and predictive capabilities as the original model, while being computationally lightweight and suited for real time application.
The original physics-based FEM model is based on a realistic 3D representation of a large furnace for the production of silicon where the electric power is provided by a three-phase alternating current with electrodes arranged in an equilateral triangle.
Presented by Manuel Sparta, Senior Researcher, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre.