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1 Lipiec 2020

Applied Flow Technology Webinars

Applied Flow Technology offers free webinars each month. Join us for education on a variety of topics ranging from best-practices in modeling and simulation, to introductions of our products so you can see first-hand how they work. 
 

Wednesday, July 1, 2020  |  10:00 a.m. (MT)*  |  Register Now

Take the Tedium out of System Design Iterations with the ANS Module
Whether it is pressing deadlines or budget limitations, design is rarely effortless. Often it is hard to make a model which even meets its design requirements without dozens of iterations on pipe size and setup. What if there was an easier way? Meet the Automated Network Sizing module. In this webinar we will discuss the process used to define your essential inputs, allowing intelligent iteration methods to meet your design requirements automatically. Not only will you meet design requirements, you'll also save a bit of capital in the process.

Wednesday, July 15, 2020  |  10:00 a.m. (MT)*  |  Register Now

Take Your Fathom Modeling to the Next Level with Transient Analysis
Steady-state modeling is great and all, but sometimes you need a deeper dive into your system. The eXtended Time Simulation (XTS) module for AFT Fathom is the perfect tool to model flow changing with time. You can use it to model tank filling, changing flow distribution, process control schemes, etc. Learn how to apply transient analysis in your day-to-day operations. It may become your next best friend!

Wednesday, August 5, 2020  |  10:00 a.m. (MT)*  |  Register Now

Get Excited About New Features in AFT Impulse 8
Learn about the brand new features of AFT Impulse 8!  This will include things like multi-scenario graphing, multi-scenario comparisons, global editing and visual report enhancements, force set definition enhancements, and many more!

Wednesday, August 19, 2020  |  10:00 a.m. (MT)*  |  Register Now

Waterhammer Problems:  Is it a component issue or system issue?
Many times operators may be experiencing a major problem caused by waterhammer at a pump, or a check valve, etc.  Due to high wavespeeds, waterhammer surge waves will travel through the system at very high speeds.  Therefore, the problem very well can exist well-beyond the specific component that is experiencing the issue.

Wednesday, September 2, 2020  |  10:00 a.m. (MT)*  |  Register Now

Solution Control: Don't touch that!
When you have a troublemaking model, you will stop at nothing to get a converged "solution". This often involves digging around in Solution Control and tinkering around with settings. In this webinar we will detail what each tolerance means, why convergence doesn't imply accuracy, and why it is probably best to look elsewhere when troubleshooting.