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CII Green Cementech 2009


About Us.
Incorporated in 1983
Has grown progressively over last 25 years
Is an applied R&D oriented company
Works on providing solutions to various plant problems
and on improvement of Plant Load Factor.
Has offices and representatives throughout India.

Network in India
H.O. & Marketing division

Branch Office at



Representatives at


West Bengal

Chattisgarh Tamil Nadu





CAE and R&D division has a team of experienced IIT engineers, including the
Further we have privilege of having with us, senior retired executives from State
Electricity Board with vast experience in O&M of Thermal Power Stations.
Mech-Well is a well established company with AAA rating from bankers.
Mech-Well infrastructure:
9 Well established CAE division.
9 Advanced softwares to solve various CAE related problems.
9 Advanced manufacturing unit to make custom required components


9 S.S.I.
9 ISO 9001/2000
9 N.S.I.C
9 Indian Boiler Regulations (IBR).

Major Operational Areas

We assist Power Industries in Performance Optimization & Availability Improvement
CFD solutions
CAVT & Erosion control devices for boiler
Boiler data management software
Erection, Testing & Commissioning
Ammonia flue gas conditioning

Mech-Wells Manufacturing

Expansion Joints-metallic, non-metallic (Fabric)

Radial, Axial, Modified seals, Basket elements for air heaters
IBR approved tube bends & coils
Fabrication / machining of power plant spares
We also provide turnkey solutions for improving flow profile in duct & ESP
efficiency improvement.

CFD Solutions
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is the science of predicting the fluid flow
related problem by solving mathematical equations which govern the process
Application of CFD :
Flow analysis of Boilers, Ducts, ESP, Bag-house etc.
Discrete phase and Multiphase Flow modeling.
Turbo machinery Analysis.

CFD Solutions for Cement Industries

Flow analysis of Duct, ESP, Bag-house etc.

Raw Mill and Coal Mill Analysis
Combustion analysis in Kiln
Cyclone Performance Analysis
Noise reduction in Fan using Aero-Acoustic Principle


CFD Methodology
The sequence of operations required to carry out the projects are as follows:

Collection of Drawings and Data from client.

3-D Modeling of System in ANSYS Workbench.

Grid generation in ICEM CFD and Gambit.

Performing the simulation using CFX and Fluent

Analyzing the results and locating the problematic areas in the existing design.

Iteratively modify the design so as to remove the problematic areas.

Raw Mill ESP Analysis

Pre-modified model
Computational Model

Modified model

Raw Mill ESP Analysis

CFD Results

Streamline Plot for

Pre-modified model

Streamline Plot for

Modified model

Streamlines illustrate fluid flow pattern in Duct and ESP & after
Modification Flow through ESP has been improved

Raw Mill ESP Analysis

CFD Results

Velocity Plot for Existing

model at ESP Fan Inlet

Velocity Plot for Modified

model at ESP Fan Inlet

Velocity pattern illustrate the flow distribution at ESP Fan inlet

Bag House Analysis

Equal distribution of flow Efficient.
High velocities at the bottom of the bags which explains excessive erosion.
Cost-effective solution in the shortest time.

(Premodified Baghouse)

(Modified Baghouse)

Coal Mill Analysis

Reduced localized erosion

Reduced band width of coal particles

Reduced power consumption

Coal Mill Analysis

Combustion Analysis

Improved burner design.

Scope for analysis using alternative fuels
in Kiln.

Coal combustion

Gas combustion

CFD Analysis For Turbo Machinery

Efficiency of fan increases with better inlet and outlet flow distribution
Designing flow grid for flow measurement
Without modifying fan, only just small modification in duct improves fan

Aero Acoustic Solution

Prediction & Testing of noise generated due to fan.
Recommend noise exposure for workers in industry
Study of existing problem
Suggestion for noise control
Design, Analysis & Manufacture of Silencer.

Case study 1
Maihar Cement Industries
Aim:- To analyze Cyclone connecting duct design to reduce pressure drop across it.

Cyclone Connecting Duct Analysis

Poor flow distribution to the cyclone inlet affects the performance of the cyclone.
CFD was used to design the connecting duct between cyclones.

Cyclone Performance Analysis

Maximum velocity near to wall and minimum

velocity at the center.
This flow pattern is useful for the designing
of duct connecting cyclones.

Cyclone Connecting Duct Analysis

The new duct design eliminates high velocity region.

Improved flow distribution at the cyclone inlet.

Pre-modified duct

Cyclone Connecting Duct Analysis

Pre-modified Cyclone
analysis with duct

Modified Cyclone
analysis with duct

Achievements- Maihar Cement Industries

Reduced pressure drop by 60 mm WC.

Energy savings 50 KW/h.
Payback period less than 4 months.

The suggested modifications as per your drawings based on CFD

analysis were carried out recently in the connected duct from cyclone 4 to
cyclone 3 in kiln 1 of Unit 1. The benefit achieved after modification is in the
pressure drop across cyclone 4 which results in power saving. The approximate
values in the respect are pressure drop reduction of 60 mm WG across cyclone 4
and power saving of 50 KW

Downcomer Duct Analysis

Aim:- 1. To reduce pressure drop across down comer duct.
2. Improve flow at the fan inlet.

Case study 2
Dalmia Cement Industries
Down Comer Duct Analysis

Velocity profile on plane

(Premodified Duct)

Velocity profile on plane

(Modified Duct)

Down Comer Duct Analysis

Velocity profile on plane

(Premodified Duct)

Velocity profile on plane

(Modified Duct)

Achievements- Dalmia Cement Industries

Reduced pressure drop by 37mm WC.

Energy savings 64 KW/h.
Payback period less than 4 months.

This is to certify that we have provided flow diverter plates ( 3 no.) in our
KHD kiln pre heater down comer duct as per the CFD analysis carried out by
M /s MECHWELL INDUSTRIES LTD MUMBAI to reduce the pressure drop
across the duct from top stage cyclone to pre heater fan inlet.
We are happy to share that the pressure drop across the duct has reduced
from 70mmwg to 33mmwg resulting in preheater fan power saving.

Benefits to our Clients

Improved performance of ESP, Bag-House, Cyclone, Raw mills, Coal mills and
Meet the emission legislation by increasing equipment collection efficiency.
Lower noise brings plants into statutory environmental compliance.
Drive down the operational cost with improved quality.
And the most important - cost effectiveness.


List of some of our valued clients

Thermal Power Stations
Nasik, Bhusawal, Parli, Chandrapur, Khaperkheda, Koradi, Uran
Shaktinagar, Rihand, Vindhyachal, Korba, Unchahar, Ramagundam, Dadri,
Other Thermal Power Stations

Cement Plants