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Airpak 2.0 Released
Posted Mon June 18, 2001 @10:06AM
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News Fluent has released a major new version of their airflow modeling software Airpak.

Designed for HVAC, Health & Safety, and Environmental engineers, the latest version of Airpak has several enhancements including better CAD integration, a macro function for building simple models of diffusors, a detailed solar loading model, an animation capability, and several speed enhancements.

"The demand for airflow modeling to be done upfront in the design process for ventilation systems is heating up," says Airpak Product Manager Walter Schwarz, "and more and more firms are selecting Airpak as their tool of choice. The features that we've added with this new release are our response to the continuous market demands for faster model building, faster solutions, and easier ways to produce effective pictures, plots and animations from simulation results."

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