Flownex SE Features

The Flownex Simulation Environment is a very feature rich software tool because it has been devleoped over the years to be used on real world consulting projects and more recently, because of the close working relationship that the developers have with customers. This results in the most capable thermal fluid systems simulation tool on the market.

Flownex allows you to:

  • Fundamentally understand your plant/system and what makes the biggest difference in performance.
  • Leads to optimum performance and a cost effective plant/system design.
  • Shorten the time it takes to design and build plants.
  • Investigate and develop optimal plant operation and maintenance strategies.
  • Facilitate Knowledge transfer between different collaborating groups both internal and external.
  • Make the right decisions quickly with a very high level of confidence.

Distinguishing features:

  • Superior modelling capabilities.
  • Simple user friendly, yet easily expandable modelling environment.
  • Several powerful design, analysis and optimization techniques.
  • Allows fundamental understanding of complete Plant/System behaviour with dynamic simulation capabilities.

UNique Features:

  • Non-Newtonian fluids such as
    slow/non-settling slurries and settling slurries
  • Exergy analysis
  • Combustion
  • Trace elements
  • Pressure Waves & Water Hammer

Key technology:

  • Simultaneous integrated simulation of :
    • Incompressible fluid networks
    • Compressible fluid networks
    • Two phase fluid networks
    • Incondensable fluid networks
    • Gas Mixtures
    • Heat transfer
    • Mechanical systems
    • Control systems
    • Electrical systems
    • User defined or external components and software from other vendors, links to existing proprietary codes and legacy software.
  • Open architecture facilitates integration of legacy & proprietary codes.
  • Full steady state and transient capability.
  • Simple and small to large and complex networks can be simulated.
  • Extremely fastĀ  - usually several magnitudes faster than real time.
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