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Accelerate Hydrogen Adoption Using Ansys Simulation: Part 2 - Production

Join us for the second in a four-part series, where we will look at the ways hydrogen is currently being produced, as well as showing examples that will help you understand the simulation process and its outcomes as well as help in setting up your own simulations.   

Other webinars in the series will cover transport/storage and utilization (or consumption). 

Time:
April 3,  2024
10 AM EDT l 3 PM GMT l 7:30 PM IST 

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About This Webinar

Sustainability of life on earth has become the most challenging problem. Scientists and engineers must be at the forefront of solving the technical challenges at hand. There has been a lot of parallel discussions going on and hydrogen-based energy methods is one of them.

Hydrogen production via hydrocarbon processing or via electrolysis using renewable energy are the two most feasible pathways that can be deployed at scale. There are challenges though and this is where Ansys simulation products have been used to evaluate the process parameters associated with each technology and then optimize the design for maximum output and minimum cost.

Join us for the second in a four-part series, where we will look at the ways hydrogen is currently being produced. Several examples will be shown that will help you understand the simulation process and its outcomes as well as help in setting up your own simulations.   

The remaining webinars in the series will cover storage and transportation and utilization (or consumption)

To learn more about our Hydrogen Solutions visit Hydrogen Value Chain Solutions

What you Will Learn

  • Gain insight into the ways hydrogen is currently being produced
  • Learn how to evaluate the process parameters and then optimize the design for maximum output
  • Understand the simulation processes
  • Learn how to set up your own simulations

Presenters

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Muhammad Sami - Senior Principal Application Engineer

Muhammad joined Ansys (formerly Fluent Inc.) in Dec of 2000 with a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University, College Station, TX. He worked from the Evanston office until 2010 when he moved to Houston to enhance Ansys’s presence in the oil and gas industry. He has worked with all major energy accounts and is currently leading the Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage activities under the Sustainability initiative at Ansys.

Aleksey Gerasimov - Lead Application Engineer

Aleksey has 29 years of extensive CFD development and modelling, both academic & industrial, primarily in the area of turbulence modelling.  He joined Ansys in 2005 from the University of Manchester, UK and has worked in different technical roles such as support, presales, consultancy and funded development. His current activities are focused primarily on modelling fuel cells, electrolyzers as well as other electrochemical and electro-hydrodynamic applications.