News, releases, webinars, user conferences and recent publications.
Where can you sample some of Santa Fe’s top chef’s soups, help others in need, and leave with a full tummy and heart? Don’t miss Souper Bowl 2017! Join Flow Science in supporting one the community’s favorite events to support The Food Depot, Northern New Mexico’s food bank.
Flow Science will be exhibiting at the 121st Metalcasting Congress, organized by the American Foundry Society. The Congress will take place on April 25-27, 2017 in the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee. Visit us in Booth #615 to discuss your simulation needs.
Flow Science is searching for candidates with experience in the metal casting industry and with CAE software for our open Senior Sales Engineer position. The Senior Sales Engineer is responsible for lead generation, pipeline development and major account growth. The Senior Sales Engineer works directly with opportunities to qualify them and determine their needs and how our products and services can best satisfy their requirements.
Please join us for a webinar on December 15th at 1:00 pm EST where we will present the latest developments in the release of FLOW-3D. FLOW-3D v11.2 includes major new features, significant advances in solver performance as well as performance improvements in user interface graphics in areas like transparency and large raster data sets. Featured developments include the expanded Particle Model, the new Dynamic Droplet Model and Interactive Geometry Creation.
Read the latest articles including an additive manufacturing case study, a development note about the new die spray cooling model in FLOW-3D Cast, a tutorial about how to use the FLSGRF, as well as updates on workshops, training, webinars and Flow Science employee news. Read these articles in the Summer 2016 FLOW-3D Newsletter.
High pressure die casting (HPDC) simulations are typically quite complex. To accurately model the entire physical process one needs to account for heat transfer, melting and solidification, air entrainment, surface defect tracking and cavitation. In this three-part webinar series, we will simulate the entire HPDC process in FLOW-3D Cast.
The work of a developer focuses on developing, implementing and documenting new additions and modifications to the FLOW-3D software package to meet the increasing demands of the Company’s industrial and scientific user base. An important part of the responsibilities is maintaining the accuracy, efficiency and stability of all existing features of the FLOW-3D solver.