The 3rd British Water International Reception will take place on the Terrace Pavilion at the House of Commons in London on Thursday 13th October 2016.
The event is held in collaboration with international partners and its aim is to help grow UK exports and to increase the sharing of best practice across the global water industry.
Experts in the use of Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and multibody dynamics analytical toolsets, PDL engineers work with their water clients to (a) develop, optimise and qualify new technologies, products and entire systems to the appropriate design codes and international water quality standards, (b) understand the route-cause failure mode at a system or a component level and (c) determine the remaining life of an aging asset.
PDL CEO and water industry lead, Paul Charlton, commented “we see a myriad of water-related challenges in Europe, North America and Asia; some regions have too much water and other regions have too little. Using our predictive engineering analysis capabilities, we work with Government agencies, water companies and the major contractors to disseminate the vast array of data that they receive from their operating assets and then we use that data in a meaningful way to prescribe and to quantify the effectiveness and the impact of their short, medium and long term investments”.
To arrange an exploratory meeting with Paul at the British Water International Reception in London on the 13th October, simply e-mail Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org
To see a range of our water-related predictive analytical capabilities, visit our website at www.pdl-group.com/water.
Posted: 7th Oct 2016
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