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Changing the Future

Modeling potential scenarios allows you to see into the future so that decisions you make are based on the anticipated results of process changes, equipment improvements, and operational improvements. This identifies paths forward, builds confidence in decisions, and allows for impactful actions to be taken. These tools support asset management decisions, compliance projections, and provides insights into complex engineering and operating options.

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All of our predictive modeling expertise resides in house and includes emissions equipment performance modeling, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling, and scale physical modeling of equipment. We integrate proprietary software, consulting and engineering expertise, and field experiences into the modeling process to help customers analyze the right data to solve problems faster and more effectively. By integrating our implementation experiences, we can help you make decisions that take into account time, budget, and performance.

What We Do

We can use performance modeling to help you:

  • Make asset-related decisions based on scenario planning
  • Create real-time and historical particulate emissions equipment performance modeling
  • Model air quality control system performance to predict future scenarios, to make improvement decisions, and to create operational strategies
  • Measure and optimize fabric filter bag life
  • Make decisions about fuel switching or identify impacts to air pollution control equipment and the associated changes that should coincide with a fuel switch
  • Make decisions around additives or sorbent injection systems including the type of sorbent used, injection placement and rates, and identify impacts on air pollution control equipment
  • Reduce energy consumption

 

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Justifying Controls with Opacity-Driven Energy Optimization

Paper Mill Controls Upgrade

At a paper mill in New England, a long-delayed controls upgrade project was cost-justified within eight months of completion. The improved performance and energy savings from an ESP controls project saved the mill an average of $8,000 per month. ...

Read the White Paper

"I wish we had made the upgrade years ago when you first recommended it!"

Project Engineer

Paper Mill

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