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In these CFD workshops, hosted by Tetra Tech, Freese and Nichols, WSP, Stantec and Michael Baker, Flow Science Senior CFD Engineer, John Wendelbo, will introduce water & environmental simulation workflows using FLOW-3D. Key modeling features include open channel free surface hydraulics, scour & sediment deposition, and wastewater recovery facility topics. Materials are formulated so that no prior experience of CFD modeling is necessary.
In conjunction with NADCA’s 2017 Die Casting Congress & Tabletop, Flow Science is offering a ½ day hands-on metal casting simulation workshop on September 18. The workshop is free and includes a free 30-day trial of FLOW-3D Cast. Attendance is limited to 20 attendees to ensure individual attention for all attendees.
Challenging applications in the marine and maritime industry can be modeled with ease using FLOW-3D. These application areas include coastal breakwater modeling, wave hydrodynamics and impact analysis, offshore platform dynamics, ship launches, sloshing in LNG tanks, floating barriers and wave energy devices. Watch this webinar on-demand to learn about the key features of FLOW-3D relevant to the marine and maritime industry.
Flow Science has been named one of New Mexico’s Flying 40. The award, given by Technology Ventures Corporation, recognizes New Mexico’s fastest-growing technology companies. An award ceremony was held on June 5, 2017 at the Albuquerque Botanical Gardens and Aquarium.
Superior productivity and speed, coupled with low heat input are resulting in laser welding processes replacing the more conventional welding methods. In addition, the laser technology has further enabled metal additive manufacturing processes for both powder bed based and metal deposition. Watch this on-demand webinar to learn about FLOW-3D's modelling capabilities to simulate laser welding and additive manufacturing processes.
The Advanced Metal Casting Simulation using FLOW-3D Cast webinar is now available to watch on-demand. This technical webinar will present a broad review of FLOW-3D Cast's modeling capabilities for many metal casting processes: LPDC, full HPDC cycles, centrifugal casting, lost foam, sand casting, continuous casting, tilt pour, and gravity pour in permanent molds.
Large models and detailed high-fidelity analyses are pushing the limits of the in-house hardware resources. FLOW-3D is now offered in the cloud where thousands of CPU cores can be utilized to run either a few large simulations or many smaller ones simultaneously. Watch this webinar to learn more about FLOW-3D's cloud computing platform, its pricing, performance and ease-of-use.
Flow Science is a supporting partner of March for Science Santa Fe, an event that unites with over 400 other March for Science events worldwide to champion science as a pillar for the advancement of human knowledge, progress and prosperity. Come by our booth at the Science Expo on April 22 to meet some of our employees who are volunteering their time to represent Flow Science.
Now available to watch on-demand! This technical webinar presents a broad overview of FLOW-3D ’s modeling capabilities as applied to microfluidics, with an emphasis on particle sorting applications, including advanced electro, magneto and acousto-phoresis topics.