Flow Science Academic Promotional Offers
For a limited time, Flow Science is offering two exciting new programs for academic institutions and students. For the 2013-14 academic year, these two programs will be made available to academic institutions in the US and Canada:
Flow Science is offering FREE licenses to the full featured version of its products for the purpose of academic research. The application is as easy as submitting a concise proposal (2-4 pages) with introduction, problem definition, and expected results. If accepted, a FREE license to the full version of FLOW-3D or FLOW-3D Cast would be issued to the principal investigator of the research project (most commonly the PI is the faculty member in charge of the research).
Please submit your proposals to RA@flow3d.com.
Flow Science is offering FREE network licenses of FLOW-3D to faculty members who are interested in incorporating a commercial CFD package into their course syllabus. Courses like fluid mechanics, undergraduate level CFD, graduate level CFD, turbulence, or hydraulics are the perfect candidates to take advantage of FLOW-3D. If accepted, a network license for the full version of FLOW-3D or FLOW-3D Cast would be issued with the appropriate number of seats will be awarded to the department offering the course.
Please submit your proposals to TA@flow3d.com.
- Licenses granted under these programs do not entitle the user to technical support service other than assistance with installation and licensing.
- Only applicants (or PIs) who have never been a FLOW-3D customer are eligible for a license under the Research Assistance program.
- Each research group (or PI) is only eligible for one license under the Research Assistance program.
- Licenses issued under the Research Assistance program will be limited to four months. Extensions are available through a paid academic license.
- Licenses issued under the Teaching Assistance program will be limited to simulations with no more than 200,000 computational cells.
Flow Science is currently collaborating with faculty members as well as post-doctoral research fellows in the departments of mechanical engineering, civil engineering, and chemical and nuclear engineering at UNM. Flow Science's flagship CFD software, FLOW-3D, provides a powerful tool for complex fluid modeling problems. "Flow Science is an excellent partner," said Mechanical Engineering Chair Chris Hall. "UNM is using this partnership to reinvigorate its computational science and engineering programs. In Mechanical Engineering, our faculty and students are excited about the opportunity to work with the state-of-the-art FLOW-3D software."