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NOGRID pointsBlow Software Release 2.8.0
Posted Tue June 20, 2017 @11:10AM
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News With the CFD simulation software NOGRID pointsBlow, which was developed especially for the container glass industry, the container forming process can be computed in full 3D in a practicable time.

NOGRID pointsBlow 2.8.0, containing new features for glass simulation projects, is now available.


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New features include:
  • The result file format has changed from ASCII format to BINARY format.
  • Plot over time dialog has been implemented.
  • Non-round gob geometry is available again.
  • Plunger (PLUG) force driven movement has been implemented.
  • The Units system (default is the metric system or SI units) can now be changed to the Imperial system (or English units).
  • The User can read and save the temperature profile for the molds (blank mould, blow mould and plunger) from or to a file.
  • Case report and case comparing tool have been revised.
  • Save Project As introduced.
For more information see https://www.nogrid.com/pages/news

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