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AFT Impulse Over the Years

November 21, 2016, marks AFT Impulse 's 20th anniversary! Below is a timeline that captures a few of the most significant ways it has evolved from Version 1.0 to Version 6.0.   
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New User Forum!

1/12/2017 Edit: The user forum is no longer active. Please see our Tips and Tricks Section for more resources.  Click the link to visit AFT's all new User Forum. This is a place for you to discuss AFT software and general pipe flow engineering with other engineers around the world. Go check it out! The first 10 people to post will win an AFT Prize Pack! And, everyone who posts until the end of March will be entered to win a $200 Amazon.com gift certificate! 
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Jeff Olsen

What makes AFT tick?

Recently Steve Ballmer announced that he would step down as CEO of Microsoft sometime in the next 12 months. He has had mixed success with both fans and critics over the past 13 years. We depend on Microsoft Windows and development platforms for our business here at Applied Flow Technology. This led me to think about our company, its evolution and direction. Trey Walters has guided the growth of AFT from its inception as company run from his basement to a recognized leader around the world for delivering high-quality applications, technical support and consulting services in the area of flow analysis....
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Challenges Executing Fluid Flow Projects?

Resource planning for engineering projects can often be a challenge.  Just when you’ve finished finding projects for all of your staff, an unexpected client call occurs which requires immediate additional technical personnel.  Or, your best fluid flow engineer has recently left the company – just in time for you to be awarded a large integrated team engineering project in which they were proposed to play a key role.         Purple Mountain was originally founded to provide consulting support for AFT software products  and has since evolved to assist clients with a broad range of fluid flow challenges. If...
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Jeff Olsen

AFT Around the World

In early October, I conducted a 5-day training seminar in Lima, Peru. There were seven different companies represented from Peru and Chile. It is always interesting to see the variety of applications for AFT software and Peru was no exception where many of the engineers are involved in mining operations. Peru is a leading producer of copper, gold, silver, phosphate and potash with over $16 billion in exports in 2009. The engineers at the seminar had a variety of active project responsibilities. These ranged from long transport pipelines, to storage and transfer systems, to refining and process facilities. The course emphasized...
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Gruszka Serge
As a air valves designer, I am interesting to know if the modeling of automatic, kinetic and combined air valves has been acheived... Read More
Wednesday, 22 February 2012 07:47
Trey Walters
I have never heard of such a valve. Wish I could be of more help.
Thursday, 12 April 2012 21:05
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