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What happens in a TES tank? An insight into stratified TES systems

ARANER implements leading-edge technologies to achieve the optimal performance of the TES systems throughout the different stages of the project: Computational Fluid Dynamics during the Design Phase and ARAhang Advanced Temperature Monitoring System in Operation. Stratified TES systems in Design Phase Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has revolutionized the industrial design as a key tool for […]

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Sustainability Doesn’t Mean Only Reduction in Electricity Consumption but Also in Water Consumption

The highlight of 2020 may be the COVID-19 pandemic, but the year marked the onset of the United Nations’ Decade of Action. The global community is gearing towards the 2030 Agenda, with only a decade to go. Events such as International Conference on Renewable Energy and World Sustainability Forum demonstrate serious sustainability efforts. While such […]

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Five Engineering Applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics

Engineering firms are under constant pressure to deliver. Products must be manufactured faster and the demanded quality keeps on rising. For the producers, enhanced productivity is the only way out, but this can be a challenge to achieve. Only the most innovative companies survive in the fiercely competitive environment. Are you wondering how engineering firms […]

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How to Face Challenging Energy Projects: Some Tips for Project Management

For a big energy project worth millions of dollars and designed for a community, there is no room for error. Challenges come in all forms and sizes from the time the project commences to its conclusion. There will be corporate issues, team conflicts, risks & uncertainties, and expectations from all and sundry. Even worse is […]

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Heat Waste for Power Generation: Alternatives to Generate Clean and High-Efficient Energy

The world wastes a lot of heat every day. Take for instance the amount lost in traffic. As you press the gas pedal of your car, the tailpipe emits waste gases at a temperature of between 300 and 500̊C. Scenarios like this one make experts think about heat generation from waste heat. Globally, the heat […]

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