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We are pleased to announce the new Flownex Training Course for Flownex SE, the world’s best (we think) thermal-fluid modeling tool. The Flownex course is aimed at new users with a desire to quickly equip themselves in the basics of … Continue reading
The development of small modular nuclear reactors, or SMR’s, is a complex task that involves balancing the thermodynamic performance of the entire system. Flownex is the ideal tool for modeling pressure drop [flow] and heat transfer [temperature] for the connected components of … Continue reading
The developers of Flownex have been hard at work again and have put out a fantastic update to Flownex 2015. These additions go far beyond what most simulation programs include in an update, so we thought it was worth a bit … Continue reading
Simulation has revolutionized flow and heat transfer dependent systems over the past decades by minimizing costly physical testing and accelerating time to operation around the world. But for many companies, such simulation has largely focused on components and proved to … Continue reading
A group of enthusiastic students at the University of Houston are doing their part at solving that age old academia problem: not enough hand’s on experience. They are designing and building a working steam turbine for the schools Thermodynamics lab … Continue reading
Component boundaries generated in Flownex are useful in CFD simulation (inlet velocities, pressures, temperatures, mass flow). Generation of fluid and surface temperature distribution results from Flownex can also be useful in many FEA simulations. For this reason the latest release of … Continue reading
The June release of Flownex SE software includes numerous updates for companies that model thermal fluid systems; videos and webinars are available to showcase the impact of these enhancements. Flownex SE has increased the ability of engineers to accurately model … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the release of Flownex SE 2014. This is a very exciting release for all of us involved in Flownex because it introduces a mix of advanced features and usability enhancements – we love better and … Continue reading
Press Release: PADT and M-Tech Industries to Highlight Fluid-Thermal System Modeling for Mining with Flownex at 2014 SME Annual Meeting and Exhibit
We are very excited about the upcoming 2014 SME Annual Meeting and Exhibit in Salt Lake City, Utah. Not only is this in our very own back yard (or is it our front or side yard?) it is a great … Continue reading
Press Release: Free Thermal-Fluid Simulation Training Offered to Mark Growing Usage in the US and Demonstrate Advantages of Flownex Simulation Environment
PADT is getting the word out about growing usage of the Flownex Simulation Environment in the US, and marking that growth with some free training in January. If our previous avalanche of marketing did not embed it in your memory, … Continue reading
March starts out with a bang, with a ton of events in that very first week. So we are updating everyone on the month’s events a week early. They cover a wide range of customers and states, so we hope … Continue reading
Welcome to November, when things start getting really busy with end of year events. We have a lot going on with celebrations and seminars. Take a look and we hope to see you this month! November 6-10: Las Vegas, NV … Continue reading
The year is almost halfway over and the pace of events that PADT is attending and holding is slackening a bit as we account for summer vacation and, in Phoenix, the blistering heat. Take a look below to see what … Continue reading
April was a busy month, but May looks a bit more normal. We hope to see some of you at the following PADT events happening in the next 5 or 6 week. You can also get a summary of what happened … Continue reading