The release of BOSfluids 7.1 brings improved support for modeling gas-filled piping systems. The addition of a new Custom Gas type, for instance, enables you to specify a complete equation of state in the form of a table listing all relevant gas properties as a function of both the temperature and pressure.
Dynaflow Research Group is pleased to announce the new major releases of all of the DRG software products, including BOSfluids, BOSpulse, ISOtracer, and BOSview. Version 7.1. New features include: New flow boundary conditions Improvement and extension of special flow elements Improved support for modeling gas-filled systems Improved support for simulating cavitation Better support for model verification […]
Dynaflow Research Group will be one of the exhibitors at TPS Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia (TPS) in Houston, Texas. TPS is a vital industry event, offering a forum for the exchange of ideas between rotating equipment engineers and technicians worldwide. The Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia is organized by the Turbomachinery Laboratory, a center of the […]
BOSfluids 7.1 implements a new cavitation model named the Homogeneous Vapor Cavity Model that addresses some of the shortcoming of the Discrete Vapor Cavity Model (DVCM) and the Discrete Gas Cavity Model (DGCM).
We are pleased to announce that Uri Peker has joined our team as an engineer. Uri holds a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering of the Technical University Delft. Before moving to the Netherlands, Uri studied at the Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, faculty of Buenos Aires. During his Master’s degree Uri focused on doing courses of finite […]
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
The release of BOSpulse 5.1 brings improved support for modeling gases. The addition of a new Custom Gas type, for instance, enables you to specify a complete equation of state in the form of a table listing all relevant gas properties as a function of both the temperature and pressure.
BOSfluids 7.1 brings several improvements to special flow element types, including check valves, regulator valves and generic equipment. These improvements increase the accuracy of your flow simulations, and lessen the time required to set up a model while reducing the scope for modeling errors.
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.
ISOtracer 2.4 brings improved support for verifying a model in a visual way. In particular, it can show, by means of colors and labels in the model viewer, the nominal pipe size, the pipe schedule,the inner pipe diameter, the element lengths, and other element properties.