CINAR

was founded in 1988 and has extensive experience in the application of computer simulation combined with knowledge in engineering to solve industrial problems.

With a strong international experience in combustion engineering, the company has developed its own software tools and methodologies to provide consulting services to companies seeking changes in their energy matrix (fuel conversion, blending and alternative fuels), kiln and burner design optimization, flame adjustment, atmospheric emissions reduction, process control and optimization, as well as research and development projects.

We have already developed more than 250 projects directly for cement factories, 90 of which focused on the optimization of calciners.

CINAR’s competitive edge

CINAR uses its own software to perform its simulations.

Our focus is on developing innovative, low-cost solutions that meet the needs of our customers.

Professionals with more than 40 years of direct experience in the cement manufacturing process and modeling expertise are part of our team.

We perform evaluations and diagnostics in alternative fuels, atmospheric emissions, powdered clinker and energy efficiency. These, combined with modeling, enable us to quickly offer our customers practical and feasible solutions.

Project Phases

Learn more about the phases of a project developed by CINAR.

Phase 1 – Data Collection and Goal Setting

Initial phase of the work, which consists of a technical visit to the unit to perform measurements/samplings, gathering the technical information needed to develop the following steps.

In this stage, the objectives of the project are defined, and the process data is collected, in addition to the design of the evaluated equipment.

Phase 2 – Base Case Scenario

With the collected information, the model is calibrated by comparing the simulation results and the plant data until the base case scenario is complete. This case is reported and discussed with the company, by presenting the main result.

Phase 3 – Scenario Building

After defining the base case scenario and understanding how the equipment is working, scenarios that simulate hypothetical modifications are defined, allowing us to evaluate how the results of the equipment would change with these modifications. The results are discussed in a meeting with CINAR Brasil to decide the best scenario.

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