We are excited that Thijs van Lith is joining our team. We believe that Thijs will be a valuable addition to Dynaflow Research Group.
The BOSpulse element collection has been extended with a new element type for modeling shell and tube heat exchangers.
From March 20th until March 24th, Dynaflow Research Group will collaborate with the Numerical Analysis group of the Department of Applied Mathematics at Delft University of Technology (TUD) to organize the Practical Introduction to Parallel Programming Course. Graduate School on Engineering Mechanic Our Software Director, Dr. ir. Erik Jan Lingen, will lecture this course together […]
In the next release of our pulsation analyses software BOSpulse, version 5.1, we will introduce a new modelling tool to generate the elements that make up a complete Pulsation Suppression Devices (PSD) based on a limited number of input parameters.
BOSfluids not only provides support for sophisticated transient analyses, but also provides robust and increasingly advanced support for steady state and quasi steady state analyses. This is highlighted by the latest BOSfluids release that extends the steady state analysis type with support for parameter studies.
Improved and more efficient user interface for ISOtracer 2.3
We are excited that Bart van der Zalm is joining our team. We believe that Bart will be a valuable addition to Dynaflow Research Group.
We are glad to announce that the BOSfluids course has been updated. The course has been restructured and expanded to provide insights on the latest version of the BOSfluids program.
The basis for reliable fiberglass piping systems are the specifications that lay out the requirements to the system regarding material quality, engineering, installation and inspection and test plans.
Cooling water installations are designed to cool an installation in the event of a nearby fire. This can be necessary if the contents of a tank or pressure vessel are likely to expand with heat. We can use BOSfluids to perform hydraulic calculations of steady state flows in a cooling water system that includes many deluge nozzles (sprinklers).