Get Ahead of the Pump Curve: Simulation-driven KSB Circulator Pump Optimization using CAESES
As part of the EU’s initiative to improve building efficiency, heating circulator pumps must adhere to stringent requirements, expressed by the Energy Efficiency Index (EEI), in order to be sold in the EU market.
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Kanchan is an aerospace engineer by training and now drives the development and promotion of SimScale's technology in the rotating machinery industry.
Head of Sales
Mattia is the Head of Sales at Friendship Systems and previously worked in the pre-sales and engineering teams. He has over 13 years of experience at Friendship Systems with a background in naval architecture.
CFD Application and Design Engineer
After a classic academic education in mechanical engineering with focus on fluid dynamics and turbomachinery, and 16 years in many fields of hydraulic applications, Toni is now a CFD Application and Design Engineer at KSB. Their current focus is on design optimization, especially with the CAESES CAE platform.
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“SimScale is an amazing platform that enables CAE to be carried out with minimal fuss and resources. Being cloud-based, it opens us access to anyone with an Internet connection and gives the ability to select the number of cores to be used, therefore there is no physical computing power resource requirement for the user.”
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