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Flowmaster and AVL Announce Technical Co-Operation
Posted Mon December 20, 2004 @10:47AM
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News Flowmaster are pleased to announce their technical co-operation with AVL as part of an on-going commitment to provide users with a fully integrated fluid flow simulation software capability. The release of their latest software, Flowmaster2 V6.5, includes new components specifically for incorporating data from BOOST, EXCITE and Excite Designer into Flowmaster cooling and lubrication network models.

“Our technical co-operation with AVL represents another step closer to achieving our goal of providing our users with a fully integrated system modeling capability.” Paul Burns, Automotive Product Manager.

“The multi dimensional system simulation enabled by interfacing Flowmaster with AVL BOOST and AVL EXCITE helps the development engineer to speed up the design process considerably.” Paul Herster, Product Manager, Advanced Simulation Technologies.

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