BOSpulse 5.0: Improved model building user interface

The upcoming BOSpulse release, version 5.0, comes with a new set up of the first two top-level tab pages in the user interface. This change improves the distinction between the actions that operate on the main model and those that operate on a sub-scenario. This change makes it possible to skip the Scenarios tab page […]

DRG at the introductory course OpenFOAM for CFD analysis

Today Dynaflow Research Group will join the TU Delft Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (DCSE) in hosting an introductory course in the use of OpenFOAM for computational fluid dynamics analysis. This course will be given at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science of Delft University of Technology, in Delft. This course […]

Dynaflow participates in Norwegian Triatlon Hove Tri

This weekend a team of Dynaflow employees participated in the Norwegian Triathlon Hove Tri in Hove – Arendal. On Saturday our team members together with our friends from Stressman Engineering competed in the Short Track Triathlon on Saturday. The competition was held at Hove in Arendal. The competition consisted of 500 meters of swimming in […]

DRG welcomes David Gonzalez Pomares

We are pleased to announce that David Gonzalez Pomares has joined our team as an engineer. David is a graduate from Industrial Engineering at the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain. After optaining his Industrial Engineering masters degree in Madrid, David moved to Kyoto, Japan. David also holds a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from the […]

Upcoming BOSfluids release offers a steady state license option

BOSfluids is mostly known and used for transient flow analyses. However, it also provides a robust, fast and accurate steady state flow solver that can handle systems filled with liquids or gases. The upcoming BOSfluids 7.0 will offer a steady state license option that makes BOSfluids a very capable and cost-effective solution for the analysis […]

Exhange Program Dynaflow and Stressman Engineering

After welcoming Stressmans Håkon Bjåland Paulsen for the Exhange Program between Dynaflow and Stressman Engineering, its time for one of our project engineers to go to Norway. Mick Bouman, project engineer at Dynaflow Research Group will be joining the Stressman team in Porsgrunn until the third week of June. Mick is about to experience the […]

Exhange Program Stressman Engineering and Dynaflow

Since this week we have welcomed Håkon Bjåland Paulsen, stress engineer at Stressman Engineering, Norway. Håkon is about to experience the Dutch culture, the Dynaflow working environment, to learn from us and to share his knowledge. In a month one of our engineers will go to Norway to experience the same. The aim of this […]

Flow pulse of a rotary lobe blower compressor

Dynaflow performed an pulsation analysis study for a client where a silencer check was required to dampen the pulsations generated by a rotary lobe blower. A rotary lobe blower is a positive displacement pump which operates by pumping a gas with a pair of lobes. Gas is trapped in pockets surrounding the lobes and carried […]

DRG welcomes Sergi Tarroc Gil

We are pleased to announce that Sergi Tarroc has joined our team as an engineer. Sergi is a graduate from Aeronautical Engineering at the Linköping University Sweden and Polytechnic University of Catalonia Spain. His thesis was about “A Fractional Step Zonal Model and Unstructured Mesh Generation Framework for Simulating Cabin Flows”, A coarse and low […]

Dynaflow Discussion – Safety Factors in Piping Industry

Piping models that you produce are not 100% accurate. To make sure that uncertainties in design do not immediately result in failures in your piping systems safety factors are used in the analysis. In the latest session of Dynaflow Discussion, Mick Bouman – project engineer, and Johan Bosselaar – senior engineer, discussed the safety factors […]