Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling software packages for data centers, electronics cooling and general flow systems.
A CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) Modeling Software Tool for Data Centers
TileFlow is a powerful three-dimensional CFD modeling software tool for simulating the cooling performance of data centers. It uses the state-of-the-art computational fluid dynamics (CFD) techniques, and is applicable to both raised-floor and non-raised-floor data centers. TileFlow has been specifically designed to give the user the ultimate ease-of-use and speed in setting up the data center model and examining the results, along with an unmatched speed in performing the calculations. TileFlow is being used worldwide by data center managers, equipment manufacturers, architectural and engineering firms, and consulting companies.
A Software Tool for Rapid Flow and Thermal Design of Electronics Cooling, Semiconductor Processing, and General Flow Systems
MacroFlow uses the Flow Network Modeling (FNM) technique for quick and accurate prediction of the flow and thermal behavior of engineering systems. With an intuitive user interface, extensive component library, and efficient solution method, use of MacroFlow enables sizing of components, comparison of designs, and "what-if" analyses in a rapid and reliable manner. MacroFlow is being actively used in the defense, computer, telecom, power electronics, filtration, and semiconductor processing industries for the design of cooling and fluid delivery systems.
A Family of Software Tools for Comprehensive Simulation of the Vacuum Arc Remelting (VAR) and Electroslag Remelting (ESR) Processes
MeltFlow-VAR and MeltFlow-ESR utilize advanced process-specific CFD models for detailed and efficient analysis of the flow, thermal, and electromagnetic phenomena to predict the pool evolution, thermal history, segregation, and metallurgical structure in the ingot produced. The user interfaces enable easy specification of process conditions and extensive visualization of results. Leading specialty metals companies are using these tools for cost-effective process improvement to produce superior quality ingots of superalloys, steels, and titanium alloys.