FluidFlow v3.40

General Release info: Control Valves: Improved consistency of calculated valve position and valve coefficient over the complete operating range. Polyethylene pipes, new pipe sizes added. Petroleum fraction properties, NBP050 to NPB450 range added to fluids database. Changes Added back a

FluidFlow v3.39

General Release info: Calculation procedures for viscosity correction method for centrifugal pumps has been updated to HI 2015 guidelines Bug Fix: Units m Water g and mm Water g went missing in V3.38. Now reinstated.

FluidFlow v3.38

Contains fixes for all reported bugs up to end of September 2016. General Release info: No new enhancements, bug fix maintenance release only Enhancements None in this release Bugs * Fixed a rounding error (<2%) that occurred when converting to
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Two-Phase Flow

Gas-liquid two-phase pipe flow is of significant importance in a wide range of engineering industries such as steam generators, chemical process plant, distillation processes and heat transfer systems. The design of these systems is often a complex phenomenon Using suitable

Compressible Flow Systems

FluidFlow customers use the software to design and optimize a wide range of compressible pipe flow systems including; natural gas transmission pipelines, steam distribution systems and compressed air systems. For compressible fluid flow in pipes, the pressure and temperature conditions

FluidFlow Overview

FluidFlow is primarily a maintenance release addressing reported bugs and adding new features requested by our users. It is recommended that all users upgrade to this release. We have updated our control valve calculation code to reflect the very latest Instrumentation

FluidFlow v3.37

Primarily a release for Fortis, including all requested logging and database enhancements, bug fixes regarding gas reducers, and series choking. General Release info: Enhancements Added the ability to automatically adjust atmospheric pressure for altitude. Options -> Calculation-> Global Settings. Bugs Fixed
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FluidFlow v3.33

Version 3.33 is primarily a maintenance release addressing reported bugs and adding new features requested by our users. It is recommended that all users upgrade to this release. We have added the ability to make buried pipe heat loss calculations.

FluidFlow v3.31

With version 3.31, we have really focused on empowering you to build your models faster. We’ve implemented unique, cutting edge tools that will not only reduce the time it takes you to build your model on the flowsheet – we’ll

FluidFlow v3.23

Added Flowsheet Undo facility. Added ability to plot two-phase flow pattern charts for ALL pipe inclinations. Added ability to plot composite charts for boosters in parallel and series. Access via New flowsheet toolbar button. Added ability to plot HGL and

FluidFlow v3.22 Build 6

The calculated K value is now an available result (in export, excel, tables, etc.) for the following elements: GenericK, Inline Filters, Cyclones, Expansion Bends, Known Resistance Exits, Bends, & Mitre Bends. Buried Pipe Calculation now uses an iterative solution process,

FluidFlow v3.32

With version 3.32, we have improved our physical property predictions and have introduced the ability to model petroleum fractions from ASTM D86 or True Boiling Point Curve data. We have improved the accuracy of our two-phase flash calculations, added pressure

FluidFlow v3.22 Build 5

Added ability to calculate heat loss in buried pipes. Improved calculation consistency for non-Newtonian Casson and Hershel Bulkley fluids. Input Inspector now highlights properties that have been edited (i.e., changed from default values). All calculation modules are now available for

FluidFlow v3.22 Build 2

The V3.22 upgrade now supports Paper/Pulp Stock calculations as a standard part of the Slurry and non-Newtonian module. ASME and ISO 4126 calculation methods for predicting flow across safety Relief Valves are also available across all modules. This release also

FluidFlow v3.22 Build 2

The V3.22 upgrade now supports Paper/Pulp Stock calculations as a standard part of the Slurry and non-Newtonian module. ASME and ISO 4126 calculation methods for predicting flow across safety Relief Valves are also available across all modules. This release also