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CADE exhibitor at PRC Berlin 2018

Thanks to all delegates, exhibitors and speakers of the Petrochemical and Refining Congress in Berlin (PRC Europe 2018) for such high quality attendance and papers. We had the pleasure of discussing about current trends on


MSLOOP aims to validate a technology consisting of developing a cost effective solar field for CSP Parabolic Trough Power Plants using optimized ternary molten salts as HTF with an innovative hybridization system. CADE take part

Looking forward. Advanced Mechanical Solutions

CADE initiated last October 25 the 5th edition of its course about ANSYS WORKBENCH in Albacete School of Industrial Engineering, frameworked within the collaboration that CADE maintains with University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM). During this


CADE would like to thank those who attended the workshop celebrated last Thursday, 26th of November, at the Via Castellana Hotel, in Madrid, for their interest and active participation during the event. We counted on

Partnership Agreement for Jubail Petrochemical market

CADE is pleased to announce the signing of partnership agreement with HARISCO SAUDI LTD from Jubail Industrial City (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) to deliver first-class engineering, simulation and consulting services related to integrity assessment, performance

CADE imparte un curso de introducción al FEA en la UCLM

(Español) CADE impartirá el próximo 10 de abril de 2013 un seminario informativo enfocado a los docentes, en el cual se plantean las capacidades del análisis y simulación mediante el empleo de uno de los software de simulación por elementos finitos punteros en el mundo ANSYS WORKBENCH.

OMAN, a market to consider

CADE was present on the first business meeting organized by the newly established Spanish Chamber of Commerce, chaired by Jose Luis Bonet. To this meeting, in which the Spanish Secretary of State for Commerce Jaime

INNOSPRAY® Waste Drying: Towards Zero Discharge

Sewage depuration, seen from a simplistic, general point of view (omitting some treatment secondary processes) is no more than a series of processes aimed to eliminate suspended or dissolved solids in a pond of water