News & Events

The one-stop center for all Flow Science news, from software releases and upcoming webinars to user conferences and recent publications.
flow-3d-model-setup Free Water & Environmental FLOW-3D Workshops -

Two free hands-on workshops geared towards prospective users of FLOW-3D will be held in conjunction with the FLOW-3D Americas Users Conferences on September 21 in Denver, CO and September 24 in Montreal, QC. The workshops will focus on modeling water and environmental flows with FLOW-3D. There is no cost to participate in these free FLOW-3D workshops. Participants will be given a free 30-day license after the workshop.

flowsight-simulation-contest 35th Anniversary Simulation Contest -

In honor of Flow Science’s 35th anniversary this year, we are holding a simulation contest that is open to all our customers, world-wide. Winners will be selected from each of two categories: Commercial Users and Academic Users. First place winners will receive an Apple iPad Air 2 64 GB. One runner-up in each category will be awarded an Apple iPod Touch 16 GB. Winners and runners-up will be recognized in our fall 2015 newsletter.

Versevo-LPDC-Webinar Free Webinar: A Low Pressure Die Casting Validation at Versevo -

Please join us as we present how to effectively simulate filling and solidification of a part with low pressure die casting (LPDC) using FLOW-3D Cast. This validation will compare actual short shots of a large, 38lb, aluminum casting with simulation results. Many thanks to Versevo Inc. for providing the part and their facility to carry out the experimental portion of this study. We will also show how to reduce simulation runtimes and discuss what parameters are important to accurately model LPDC processes.

FLOW-3D-Americas-Users-Conferences-Denver-Montreal Presenters for the 2015 FLOW-3D Americas Users Conferences -

We are pleased to announce this year’s presenters for the 2015 FLOW-3D Americas Users Conferences. FLOW-3D users from both the commercial and academic arenas will present and discuss their work, including topics such as modeling hydro power plants, simulating dam breaks and flooding, and solving manufacturing issues. Speakers from NYPA, ARCADIS-US, Hydro-Quebec, HDR, MetalTek International, USBR, and a variety of leading research institutions are part of a diverse lineup of presenters.

hydraulic-laboratory-tour Hydraulic Laboratory Tour -

In conjunction with the 2015 FLOW-3D Americas Users Conference in Denver, a tour at the Bureau of Reclamation’s hydraulic laboratory will be offered the morning of September 21 at 10-11:30 am. This tour is free with your conference registration, but you must sign up by Friday, August 28 in order to participate. The attendance at the tour is limited to 40 people, so be sure to sign up early!

FLOW-3D-Americas-Users-Conferences-Denver-Montreal 2015 FLOW-3D Americas Users Conferences -

Flow Science will be offering two locations for its 2015 FLOW-3D Americas Users Conferences, one in Denver on September 22 and one in Montreal on September 25. Free FlowSight training will be offered the day before both conferences. The call for abstracts is now open! Register by August 14 to receive the early-bird registration rate.

flow3d-users-conference-in-japan 2015 FLOW-3D User Conference in Japan -

The 2015 FLOW-3D User Conference in Japan will be held on October 23, 2015 at the Tokyo Conference Center Shinagawa Large Hall. To learn more about this conference, please visit Flow Science Japan's website.

summer-2015-flow3d-newsletter Summer 2015 FLOW-3D Newsletter -

Learn how to take your simulations to the next level with Active Simulation Control, read about how CM Taricco redesigned a gravity casting mould to prevent metal leakages, enter Flow Science's 35th Anniversary Simulation Contest and delve into understanding sources of error in the Hints and Tips article. Read all this and more in the Summer 2015 FLOW-3D Newsletter

FLOW-3D training classes 2015 Software Training Classes -

Flow Science offers comprehensive CFD training classes every month at its office in Santa Fe. The next classes are scheduled for September 1-3: (Introductory) and October 6-8: (FLOW-3D Cast). Half-day sessions of personalized consultation are also available.

santa-fe-expanding-your-horizons Flow Science Sponsors Expanding Your Horizons Event -

For the third year in a row, Flow Science is a proud sponsor of the 2015 Santa Fe Expanding Your Horizons C-STEM event. The Santa Fe EYH Conference is presented by the New Mexico Network for Women in Science & Engineering and the American Association of University Women-Santa Fe. Expanding Your Horizons is a national organization that encourages young women to pursue science, technology, engineering, mathematics and computing (STEM-C) careers.

reutter-simulation Conference Proceedings Available -

FLOW-3D users from both the commercial and academic arenas presented and discussed their work, including topics such as modeling reservoirs, simulating medical devices, and solving manufacturing issues (automotive and metal casting applications) using FLOW-3D. Speakers from Roche Diagnostics, Reutter GmbH, CIE Automotive, Protesa, and a variety of leading research institutions were part of a diverse lineup of presenters. In addition to the work presented by our customers, Flow Science representatives presented current and upcoming developments for the software.

Computational Fluid Dynamics Engineer – Water & Environmental -

Flow Science is now hiring for the position of a Computational Fluid Dynamics Engineer. The focus of this position is on providing first-rate customer support, training and documentation for our commercial general-purpose CFD software package, FLOW-3D. Experience in water and environmental industry and in the use of a commercial CFD code, either in industry or university settings is required.

modeling-spillways-webinar Modeling Spillways, Stilling Basins and Hydraulic Controls Webinar -

With a long history of successful use within the dam and river hydraulics industry, FLOW-3D is a popular modeling tool used by professionals to numerically model the flow in and around hydraulic control and energy dissipation structures. In this webinar presentation, we answer a series of questions that address the practical application of CFD modeling for dam-related hydraulic structures.