|Published on:||May 20th, 2019|
|With:||Eric Miller & Matt Sutton|
In this episode your host and Co-Founder of PADT, Eric Miller is joined by PADT’s Senior Analyst and Lead Software Developer, Matt Sutton for a discussion on the industrial internet of things, and how ANSYS Digital twins helps companies make confident predictions about future product performance, reduce the cost and risk of unplanned downtime, and improve future product development processes.
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The PADT sales and support team focused on simulation solutions is best known for our work with the full ANSYS product suite. What a lot of people don’t know is that we also represent a fantastic simulation tool called Flownex. Flownex is a system level 1-D program that is designed from the ground up to model thermal-fluid systems.
Flownex Simulation Environment is an interactive software program that allows users to model systems to understand how fluids (gas and/or liquid) flow and how heat is transferred in that same system due to that flow. the way it works is you create a network of components that are connected together as a system. The heat and fluid transfer within and between each node is calculated over time, giving a very accurate, and fast, representation of the system’s behavior.
As a system simulation tool, it is fast, it is easy to build and change, and it runs in real time or even faster. This allows users to drive the design of their entire system through simulation.
Need to know what size pump you need, use Flownex. Want to know if you heat exchanger is exchanging enough heat for every situation, use Flownex. Tasked with making sure your nuclear reactor will stay cool in all operating conditions, use Flownex. Making sure you have optimized the performance of your combustion nozzles, use Flownex. Time to design your turbine engine cooling network, use Flownex. Required to verify that your mine ventilation and fire suppression system will work, use Flownex. The applications go on and on.
There are a lot of solutions for modeling thermal-fluid systems. We have found that the vast majority of companies use simple spreadsheets or home-grown tools. There are also a lot of commercial solutions out there. Flownex stands out for five key reasons:
The answer to this question is fairly simple: PADT’ simulation team is made up of very experienced users who have to apply this technology to our own internal projects as well as to consulting jobs. We know this tool and we also work closely with the developers at Flownex. As with our ANSYS products, we don’t just work on knowing how to use the tool, we put time in to understand the theory behind everything as well as the practical real world industry application.
When you call for support, odds are the engineer who answers is actually suing Flownex on a customer’s system. We also have the infrastructure and size in place to make sure we have the resources to provide that support. Investing in a new simulation tool can generate needs for training, customization, and integration; not to mention traditional technical support. PADT partners with our customers to make sure they get the greatest value form their simulation software investment.
Our team is ready and waiting to answer your questihttp://www.flownex.com/flownex-demoons or provide you with a demonstration of this fantastic tool. . You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 480.813.4884 or 1-800-293-PADT.
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