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Dynaflow EFRC Conference Zagreb compressor #energytransition BOSpulse
Engineering

13th EFRC Conference 2023

Next month Dynaflow Research Group will be one of the exhibitors at the 13th EFRC Conference in Zagreb. The EFRC is an institution promoting the interests of compressor users and compressor industry. #energytransition

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Dynaflow Research Group has given a presentation today “Validating and extending the use of BOSfluids using OpenFOAM” at the OpenFOAM Event at the TU Delft organized by the Dutch OpenFOAM user group.
Software

DRG presents at OpenFoam Workshop 2023

Dynaflow Research Group has given a presentation today “Validating and extending the use of BOSfluids using OpenFOAM” at the OpenFOAM Event at the TU Delft organized by the Dutch OpenFOAM user group.

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Software

Annual User day

On July 5th Dynaflow will organize a Software User Day. During this event participants will learn about new and upcoming features, discuss existing features and meet other

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Engineering

Pulsations Paper

Benefit of computational simulation of a pulsation dampener compared to an analytical method Accumulators are used to reduce pressure pulsations from reciprocating pumps by adding

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Pipeline Filling

Why Pay Attention to a Line Filling Process? During a start-up/line filling process a wave front of fluid progresses it’s way through the empty* parts

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Cyclohexane Unloading Line

Combined Pressure Surge and Dynamic Stress Analysis Introduction In the harbor of Antwerp an unloading line was being commissioned for use with cyclohexane. This line

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root cause analysis

Root-cause Failure Analysis

Dynaflow Research Group has performed a root-cause analysis for a cooling water system that had 3 recent leakages. The failures were in 10” pipe and

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GRP Cooling Water System

Feasibility Study Introduction A cooling water system consists of a large underground branched GRP piping system connecting to steel branch continuations at each U/G-A/G interface.

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