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Last Raised$250K | 3 yrs ago
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Expert Collections containing Arisdyne Systems
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Arisdyne Systems Patents
Arisdyne Systems has filed 35 patents.
The 3 most popular patent topics include:
- Cooking oils
- Vegetable oils
- Fatty acids
Vegetable oils, Palm oil, Cooking oils, Oil palm, Food safety scandals
Vegetable oils, Palm oil, Cooking oils, Oil palm, Food safety scandals
Latest Arisdyne Systems News
Jan 12, 2015
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering and Arisdyne collaborating on controlled flow cavitation technology for petroleum-based fuels, lubes and chemicals 12 January 2015 ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company (EMRE) has signed a Joint Development Agreement with Arisdyne Systems Inc. (Arisdyne) jointly to develop and commercialize new applications based on Arisdyne’s Controlled Flow Cavitation (CFC) Technology for the production of petroleum-based fuels, lubricants and chemicals. CFC can provide high shear forces used for superior mixing and creation of localized thermal energy. The new multi-year agreement covers the development and commercialization of applications based on the CFC Technology within the global petroleum industry. Arisdyne specializes in designing small footprint devices that utilize its patented controlled flow hydrodynamic cavitation. The company applies CFC technology for superior mixing or particle size reductions in numerous applications including vegetable oil refining, fuel ethanol production and waste water processing. ( Earlier post . ) EMRE and Arisdyne are combining our strengths in petroleum processing technology to produce an industry-leading cavitation process to address today’s challenges across our Upstream, Downstream, and Chemicals business lines. We are optimistic that this technology will make an important contribution to improve today’s global petroleum processing. —,Vijay Swarup, Vice President Research and Development at EMRE Hydrodynamic cavitation can occur in any turbulent fluid. Turbulence produces an area of greatly reduced fluid pressure; the fluid vaporizes due to the low pressure, forming a cavity. At the edges of the cavity, small amounts of vapor break off. These form smaller cavities 100 nm to 3 mm in diameter. The smaller cavities implode under the high pressure surrounding them. This process of formation and collapse is called cavitation. Conditions in the collapsing cavity can reach 5000 ⁰C and 1000 ⁰C for nanoseconds only. The implosion takes place during the cavitation process in milliseconds, releasing tremendous energy in the form of shockwaves. The power of these waves generated by the cavitation process uniformly disrupts everything in their path. Whether the waves are destructive or productive depends on the design and control of the cavitation zone. While ultrasonic cavitation can be difficult to scale up and can create “hot spots” in the dispersion/emulsion, the upper or lower flow rate restrictions for the CFC system are limited only by a pumps capacity to achieve required pressures of fluid flow continuously through the cavitation zone. CFC controls the location, size, density, and intensity of cavity implosions. The system is calibrated to produce optimum process conditions. Shockwaves resulting from the implosions impact the surrounding process fluid. Tiny droplets or particles result producing high-quality emulsions and dispersions.
Arisdyne Systems Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Arisdyne Systems founded?
Arisdyne Systems was founded in 2006.
Where is Arisdyne Systems's headquarters?
Arisdyne Systems's headquarters is located at 17909 Cleveland Parkway Drive, Cleveland.
What is Arisdyne Systems's latest funding round?
Arisdyne Systems's latest funding round is Loan.
How much did Arisdyne Systems raise?
Arisdyne Systems raised a total of $10.85M.
Who are the investors of Arisdyne Systems?
Investors of Arisdyne Systems include Paycheck Protection Program, Early Stage Partners, Queen City Angels, Cordova Ventures, Chevron Technology Ventures and 4 more.
Who are Arisdyne Systems's competitors?
Competitors of Arisdyne Systems include Virtual Materials Group and 4 more.
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