FLOW-3D Version 9.2 Released
A FLOW-3D simulation models
GMO gears with collision
In March 2007, Flow Science began shipment of FLOW-3D Version 9.2. V9.2 offers faster solutions, decreased computer resource requirements, unique physical modeling capabilities and increased accuracy in solving free-surface problems. See what's new in V9.2.
FLOW-3D Users Site Additions
FLOW-3D V9.2 New Modeling Capabilities
new page in our Users Site contains input files for sample simulations demonstrating the main new capabilities in FLOW-3D Version 9.2. Users can download the input and output (hd3msg) files for each of the examples, some of which also contain animations.
To find these simulation results, enter the Users Site and click on the Version 9.2 link under Modeling Capabilities. This will take you to the new page with links to each of the examples.
Download or Purchase the V9.2 FLOW-3D User Manual
Users can now download a .pdf of the FLOW-3D User Manual or purchase a printed copy through our Users Site.
Note: The FLOW-3D Users Site is available only to users under a maintenance agreement. To request login information for the Users Site, please email us.
New! Advanced Training in Hydraulics
This class has moved to September 19, 2007, and will be held in conjunction with the 2007 FLOW-3D World Users Conference.
Flow Science is offering an advanced, half-day training course for hydraulics engineers.
The class will cover the following topics:
- Choosing appropriate boundary conditions
- Simulating clarifier performance
- Cavitation on spillways and channels
- Shallow Water modeling
- Turbulence modeling
- Issues in fish passages
- Resevoir design
- Air Entrainment Modeling
FLOW-3D Training Schedule
The next scheduled dates for FLOW-3D training are June 5-8, August 7-10 and October 2-5, 2007. Classes fill up quickly, so be sure to sign up early.
FLOW-3D Users Conferences
Go here to find out more about our World and European FLOW-3D Users Conferences.
111th Metal Casting Congress
May 16-17, 2007
May 22-23, 2007
Santa Clara, CA
June 12-16, 2007
Booth #15D04 in the North American Pavilion
July 23-26, 2007