BOSfluids provides extensive support for modeling a great variety of boundary conditions, both related to flow conditions and to the mechanical behavior of a piping system.
The latest BOSfluids release brings improved and extended Surge Vessel, Tank and Orifice element types. The Surge Vessel element has been extended with support for modeling vented air vessels.
In April of this year Dynaflow Research Group will present two papers at the International Conference on Pressure Surges.
The latest BOSfluids release comes with a new set up of the first two top-level tab pages in the user interface
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.
The new BOSfluids release brings many small and large improvements to its user interface that make it even more efficient and versatile.
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 […]
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 […]
When an empty, or gas filled, piping system is rapidly filled with a liquid, then significant forces can be exerted by the liquid on the system, especially when the liquid hits a significant flow restriction or the end point of a pipeline section. Indeed, there have been multiple incidents involving firewater systems in which these […]
BOSfluids Thermodynamic Module BOSfluids is known for its steady state, quasi steady state and transient flow solvers and the more recent interface to the structural solver of ANSYS. Recently the steady state solver of BOSfluids has been extended with a thermodynamic module. That is, given thermal boundary conditions, BOSfluids calculates the temperature profile within the […]