Flownex 2014 Released and Webinars Announced

The June release of Flownex SE software includes numerous updates for companies that model thermal fluid systems; videos and webinars are available to showcase the impact of these enhancements.
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TEMPE, Ariz. - July 18, 2014 - PRLog -- Flownex SE has increased the ability of engineers to accurately model their fluid-thermal with the release of version of Flownex 2014 on June 19th, 2014. The program is known for its in ease of use, breadth of capability, and depth of functionality.  With enhancements in turbomachinery modeling, support for 3D networks, GIS data import, heat transfer and a myriad of additional new features impacting efficiency, integration, and automation, this release expands the industries that can take advantage of it, and will help current users model their systems more accurately with greater ease.

To help the user community understand the impact of these significant enhancements, PADT is offering two webinars. Both webinars will include a brief introduction to the tool, so if you are new to Flownex SE you will have a good foundation to get started.

Webinar Sign-Up:

Overview webinar: July 24, 2014, 1:00-2:00 PM MST

This webinar will focus all of the new features in Flownex SE 8.3.6.

Turbomachinery webinar: August 7, 2014, 1:00-2:00 PM MST

This webinar will be a deep dive into the extensive turbomachinery capabilities added in this release, and will be of interest to anyone simulating turbine engines, pumps, blowers, or other rotating machinery that involves fluids.

All registrants will be sent links to recordings so they can view the presentation even if they cannot attend them live.

Visit our blog entry to register:


Video Resources:

A video is also available that hits the important new capabilities:


If you are new to Flownex SE, visit PADT’s Flownex page to learn more:


Key Features:

The key features introduced in Flownex 2014 (Flownex SE 8.3.6) are:

- Rotating components, Swirl Boundary, and General Turbine and Compressor Models

- Importing and Geometries

- GIS File Support

- Connections to ANSYS Products

- Link to Mathcad

- Graphical Script Generation Tool

- New Designer Tools to Quickly Model Common Systems.

- Five Additional Convection Models

- Exit Thrust Nozzle Added

- Additional Enhancements ranging from 3D Graphs to Support for Miter Bends in Piping

Visit: http://www.padtinc.com/blog/the-focus/top-10-new-thermal-fluid-modeling-capabilities-in-flownex-2014
to see a detailed list of these key features.

These additional features reflect the growing diversity of industries that are using Flownex SE to model their systems.  Users in oil and gas, mining, chemical processing, and turbomachinery will all see additional accuracy, functionality, and efficiency from this release. Built on an existing strong foundation that offers un-paralleled capability with  intuitive ease of use, a short look at Flownex SE will show you why so many users around the world are choosing it as their thermo-fluid modeling tool.

PADT is the distributor of Flownex SE in the United States.  Our experienced staff is eager to discuss your system modeling needs and is ready to show you how Flownex SE can start delivering value almost immediately. Contact us today to meet with our experts. http://www.padtinc.com

Roy Haynie
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