Coupled Thermodynamic BOSfluids-Jive Simulations

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 […]

Parallel Programming July 2021

Last month Dynaflow co-presented a graduate course: “Practical Introduction to Parallel Programming”. The course was organized by the chair on Multiscale Engineering Fluid Dynamics at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), in collaboration with the Numerical Analysis group of Delft University of Technology (TUD) and Dynaflow Research Group. This course is a practical introduction to parallel […]

NEW engineering courses online Q3-2020

Starting September 1st Dynaflow Research Group will launch a new set of various engineering training courses. We have learned that engineers from all around the globe have continued to increase their knowledge level, mostly from home, while dealing with unprecedented circumstances. Introduction courses which have been done in April get a continuation course and previous […]

Quasi steady state analyses

BOSfluids has always provided support for both steady state and transient analyses. The latter typically involve simulations of flow conditions that change over a relatively short time frame. Simulations of slowly-evolving flow conditions over long time periods are often not feasible due to excessive computation times. The upcoming BOSfluids 6.1 release will therefore offer support […]

Coupled Fluid-Structure Analyses with BOSfluids

BOSfluids, our versatile transient flow analysis tool, was already very effective at predicting flow-induced forces acting on piping systems. Very soon it will also enable you to perform coupled fluid-structure analyses directly from within BOSfluids by means of a new structural solver interface. This reduces the scope for errors and reduces the overall analysis and […]


Dynaflow Research Group is an active contributor to Simulation Friday on Twitter. This simulation can be anything from something serious and technical to something that is not really relevant. Over the years we have created funny and cool short simulations which most of the time are directly connected to our core business such as fluid […]

Parallel Programming

Starting February 11th 2020, our Software Director Erik Jan Lingen together with Matthias Möller from the Faculty of Mathematics will present a course (WI4265TU) on Parallel Programming. This course is a practical introduction to parallel programming, which is open to master students and PhD students at the Delft University of Technology. The course explains the […]

BOSview 2.2 released

DRG is pleased to announce the next release of BOSview, version 2.2 BOSview is a free viewer for piping system file formats. It can also be used to share BOSfluids and BOSpulse simulation results. The new release of BOSview 2.2 comes with: A new graphics renderer for smoother and faster 3-D model visualization; Support for Caesar 2019; Support […]

Hades used in PhD Huan He

Titel: Computational Modelling of Particle Packing in Concrete By Huan He Physical particle packing is becoming a hot topic in concrete technology as more and more types of granular materials are used in concrete either for ecological or for engineering purposes. Although various analytical methods have been developed for optimum mixture design, comprehensive information on […]

Hades used in PhD Jing Hu

Titel: Porosity of Concrete – Morphological Study of Model Concrete By Jing Hu This study has developed a comprehensive methodological framework for characterizing geometrical and morphological aspects of pore space in cementitious materials and explored its application to actual cement pastes and model concretes for the purpose of predicting mechanical and transport properties of cementitious […]