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A new release of this incompressible-flow analysis software

By Mary Page Bailey |

AFT

A new version of this company’s hydraulic-flow analysis software, Fathom 11, has been released. Designed for incompressible flow systems to calculate pressure drop and flow distribution in liquid and low-velocity gas piping and ducting systems, Fathom 11 builds on previous versions by handling multiple operating scenarios. This includes comparing input data between multiple scenarios, as well as generating composite pump versus system curves for multiple scenarios. Users also have multi-level undo and redo capabilities within the workspace and can now save ‘design alerts’ and load from a file. Also, all summary output parameters can now be displayed on a visual report. Furthermore, users can convert intermediate elevations into new pipes and branches. — Applied Flow Technology, Colorado Springs, Colo.

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