BOSpulse: Improved and more efficient user interface
This new BOSpulse release brings many small and large improvements to its user interface that make it even more efficient and versatile.
Dynaflow Opens new US Office
Dynaflow Research Group announces the opening of a new US-based office, Dynaflow Research Group, Inc., located in Houston, Texas.
Dynaflow presents at SPE Symposium: Non-Metallics—Disruptive Solutions for Sustainable and Cost-Effective Assets
Dynaflow Research Group will give a technical presentation during the SPE Symposium: Non-Metallics in Abu Dhabi February 2023.
Frank Bos elected Partner at Dynaflow
We are pleased to announce that Frank Bos has been elected partner at Dynaflow Research Group.
BOSpulse 5.0: New heat exchanger element type
The BOSpulse element collection has been extended with a new element type for modeling shell and tube heat exchangers.
BOSpulse: (Preview) Save time modelling with the new PSD generator
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.
The design of a cooling water system
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).
BOSpulse: New node type for modeling end caps
BOSpulse offers a new Cap node type with which you can more accurately model Pressure Suppression Devices and therefore perform more accurate API 618 and API 674 analyses.
BOSfluids: Improved and more efficient user interface
The new BOSfluids release brings many small and large improvements to its user interface that make it even more efficient and versatile.
BOSfluids 7.0: New heat exchanger element type
The BOSfluids element collection has been extended with a new element type for modeling shell and tube heat exchangers.