Flow Science Launches FLOW-3D (x) Optimization and Workflow Automation Software

The FLOW-3D (x) interface allows customers to build automation and optimization workflows graphically and intuitively to dynamically connect parametric CAD features to the CFD solution.

The FLOW-3D (x) interface allows customers to build automation and optimization workflows graphically and intuitively to dynamically connect parametric CAD features to the CFD solution.

Flow Science, Inc. has launched FLOW-3D (x), an optimization and workflow automation software, the latest addition to the FLOW-3D product family. The FLOW-3D (x) interface allows customers to build automation and optimization workflows graphically and intuitively to dynamically connect parametric CAD features to the CFD solution and provides the framework for effective batch simulations, postprocessing and data extraction.

From optimizing geometric parts for improved weight-to-strength ratios to evaluating sensitivities in the design parameter space, FLOW-3D (x) offers a platform for users to arrive at the best design solution, achieving greater certainty while reducing modeling and analysis time.

“FLOW-3D (x) is a game changer for our customers. It’s not just about saving time and money; it’s about discovery through optimization and workflow automation. It offers a really elegant way to solve the toughest CFD problems. Once you start using FLOW-3D (x), you won’t ever want to go back to the old way of doing things,” says Dr. Amir Isfahani, CEO of Flow Science.

The FLOW-3D HYDRO Plumes, Scalar Transport & Density Flows Webinar is scheduled for June 17, 2021. Image courtesy of Flow Science.

FLOW-3D (x) offers core functionality and connectivity to explore solutions using optimization, workflow automation, distributed solving, parameter sensitivity studies, simulation calibration, CAD and Microsoft Excel plugins and Python interoperability.

More information about FLOW-3D (x) can be found here. 

Click here for upcoming technical webinars.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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