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Insight Numerics in:Flux 3.0 (x64)

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Insight Numerics in:Flux 3.0 (x64)
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in:Flux is CFD software that analyses ventilation and gas dispersion within complex geometries. It is aimed at all engineers, including those who have never previously performed a CFD themselves. The speed and simplicity of in:Flux is unrivaled. Organizations can now carry out CFD modeling at a fraction of the time and cost associated with other CFD products.

- The only CFD software specifically designed for fire, dispersion and ventilation analyses, eliminating the need of expertise to 'tweak' general purpose codes.
- Interface directly with many CAD formats (DGN, DWG, DXF, IGES, STEP, OBJ, STL), as well as Navisworks (NWD) via the DWF filetype, no approximations are made to the geometry.
- All meshing, boundary conditions, and numerical setup is automated.
- Post-processing visuals can be added after calculations have finished rather than hope planes defined prior to the simulation contain relevant information.
- Once the process is understood, multiple simulations can be set up very quickly as simulations are automatically scheduled without the need of scripting.
What's NewFeatures Include
– Passive inlets and outlets can be set for indoor ventilation simulations.
– Custom Volumes can now be set for ventilation simulations and accessed via the tab on the Volume Analysis window (Project Menu).
– Mesh Refinement Regions allow some user control over meshing, to account for cases where the automatic mesh cannot make a reasonable assumption about the required mesh resolution in certain regions
– New variables: Toxic Dose, Thermal Dose and Pressure

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