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PumpLinx 3.4 Released
Posted Tue June 10, 2014 @05:17PM
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News Simerics is proud to announce the release of PumpLinx® Version 3.4.

PumpLinx® is a CFD simulation tool unique for virtual testing of fluid pumps, motors, compressors, valves, and systems with rotating and/or sliding components. It is particularly distinguished by its ability to model liquid systems with aeration and cavitation.


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Starting with a 3-D CAD design, PumpLinx® enables the engineer to create a virtual test article and generate flow visualization and engineering output similar in accuracy to full scale hardware test, at a fraction of the time and cost. Among other advances, the newly released PumpLinx® v3.4 includes improved mesh generation capabilities, additional physical models such as flexible walls, and new templates and template features.

To find out more, please sign-up for the upcoming New Features Webinar, scheduled for June 10, 2014.

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