InDustries

Flownex can be used in the following industries and more. For queries how Flownex could work for your industry, contact our technical support.

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GAS TURBINES

Optimize the preliminary design process by obtaining fast and accurate design results. Flownex Simulation Environment is the perfect tool to model turbine secondary flow systems, combustion, flow and heat transfer.

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NUCLEAR & SMR

Gain a better understanding into the dynamic behaviour of nuclear cycles through Flownex Simulation Environment. Flownex has proved itself to save time and money in the design and commissioning of Nuclear systems with integrated Heat & Flow simulation together with control simulation.

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HVAC

Whether it be integrated ducting design, refrigeration cycles with complicated refrigerations or costing calculations Flownex simulation environment is the perfect tool to effortlessly execute all the above tasks and a lot more.

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sCO2

Flownex® SE simultaneously solves mass, momentum and energy in conjunction with two-phase fluid properties for system models. This makes it ideal for modelling supercritical CO2 cycles where key design parameters can be analyzed and optimized.

ACADEMIC

Classroom material for Fluid mechanics (Bernoulli's principle), Heat Transfer (conduction) and Thermodynamics (Joule-Thomson effect.

INDUSTRIAL PROCESS

Minimise time-to-production and speed up commissioning by determining beforehand the energy consumption of a process.

OIL & GAS

Minimise time-to-production and speed up commissioning by determining beforehand the energy consumption of a process.

DATA CENTRES

Classroom material for Fluid mechanics (Bernoulli's principle), Heat Transfer (conduction) and Thermodynamics (Joule-Thomson effect.

FOSSIL FUEL POWER GENERATION

Minimise time-to-production and speed up commissioning by determining beforehand the energy consumption of a process.

MINING

Minimise time-to-production and speed up commissioning by determining beforehand the energy consumption of a process.