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Hydrogen fuel is one of the most promising means to achieve decarbonization and reach the ambitious CO2 reduction goals sought by the energy generation and transportation industries. However, processing, transporting, and storing this gas in the current infrastructure is possible only with adapted and dedicated rotating equipment.
Due to its low molecular weight, hydrogen poses several new challenges: many stages need a substantial pressure ratio, often highly loaded and spinning at a considerably higher speed than air or natural gas turbomachines.
In this webinar, Cadence and our partner Concepts NREC will demonstrate how to use Fidelity Agile to design turbo compressors for hydrogen applications. The Fidelity Agile package offers a complete end-to-end turbomachinery CFD solution, from 1D to 3D, Meshing, CFD, and Optimization, in one single environment. We will briefly cover the energy sector's main challenges, how hydrogen fits as a possible solution, and the role of turbomachinery in the hydrogen infrastructure.
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Reconstruction in time of the pressure and temperature flow field (30 time steps). Only the harmonics in stage 3 are considered.