Trace elements in Flownex are elements suspended in a fluid that have an average concentration of less than 100 parts per million measured in atomic count or less than 100 micrograms per gram. Users can define and track trace element concentrations throughout a system, identify concentration build-up and determine where elements are required to be added.
Examples of trace element simulations:
- Track the spread of radio-active trace elements in nuclear systems.
- Determine element concentrations throughout systems such as desalination plants.