FLOW-3D (x) 2022R Optimization Software Now on Market

FLOW-3D (x) 2022R1 marks an upgrade to the workflow automation and design optimization capabilities of FLOW-3D (x).

FLOW-3D (x) 2022R1 marks an upgrade to the workflow automation and design optimization capabilities of FLOW-3D (x).

Remote execution, running simulations in parallel and fully integrated batch post-processing are features that make FLOW-3D (x) 2022R1 potentially useful for the FLOW-3D user community. Image courtesy of Flow Science.


Flow Science, Inc. has released FLOW-3D (x) 2022R1, an optimization and workflow automation software that integrates with the FLOW-3D product family. FLOW-3D (x) offers a platform for users to arrive at the best design solution, achieving greater certainty while reducing modeling and analysis time, according to the company.

FLOW-3D (x) 2022R1 marks an upgrade to the workflow automation and design optimization capabilities of FLOW-3D (x). The development objectives for this release center around performance and improved user experience, the company reports. Remote execution, running simulations in parallel and fully integrated batch post-processing are some new features that make FLOW-3D (x) 2022R1 an integral tool for the FLOW-3D user community.

“Our customers are already solving the toughest CFD problems on the market, and the addition of this tool to their FLOW-3D product portfolio will allow them to do that better and faster. FLOW-3D (x) will transform your simulation workflow and let you delve into your parameter space like never before,” says Dr. Amir Isfahani, CEO of Flow Science.

FLOW-3D (x) features core functionality and connectivity, allowing them 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. 

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

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