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Piling too close to a Pipeline?

When piling operation needs to occur close to existing infrastructure or facilities such as a pipeline, the effect of the energy released by each hammer blow may have negative impact on the pipeline. In most cases this risk is mitigated by monitoring closely the motion of the underground structure and...
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57,000

The number of acoustical runs that Neysa Gunness set up and processed to solve a challenging problem involving 7 compressors running in parallel. The number of operating cases and the number of combinations of compressors operating made this the largest design problem we have solved until now. Pulsations coming from...
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CFD Analysis helps reduce NOx emission in large furnace.

AP Dynamics helped one of its clients to bring NOx emission from a large burner within levels allowable by Alberta regulators. A computational model was developed and validated for known operating conditions. The model was then used to predict NOx emission for a range of parameters that can be easily...
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Congratulations to Dr. Taylor Oetelaar

AP Dynamics congratulates Dr. Taylor Oetelaar on his successful presentation of the Paper titled “CFD, thermal environments, and cultural heritage Two case studies of Roman baths “ at the 16 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering held in Florence,  Italy. (http://eeeic.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/finalprogram3.pdf) An abstract of the paper is presented below:...
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NAFEMS Amercias Conference 2016

AP Presented a Paper at the NAFEMS Americas Conference 2016 Dr. Arindam Singha successfully presented a paper co-autored with Dr. Mario Forcinito on the Thermo-Mechanical Analysis of A Refractory Failure at the NAFEMS Americas Conference 2016 held in Seattle, WA in June 2016. NAFEMS (https://www.nafems.org/about/ ) is the only independent,...
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