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AFT User Group Meetings in Calgary and Edmonton / Canada

Knowledge is the key element for efficient engineering design. Since 1993 AFT has made an effort to provide this knowledge in hydraulics through our high quality software, seminars, webinars, videos, etc.

But our users have a lot to say in this matter; their experience in different projects is a fundamental wellspring for this effort. Keeping this source isolated is the worst use of this knowledge, and the AFT user group meetings are AFT's first effort to break the communication barrier by means of creating a user community.

Calgary User Group Meeting October 2014AFT has been hosting User Group Meetings in the Houston and Denver area and will expand that venue to include other key cities. New this year, AFT's effort to allow users to network with other AFT customers has gone international, starting with the cities of Calgary and Edmonton in Canada.

Edmonton User Group Meeting October 2014Organized by CodeCAD - AFT'S Channel Partner in Canada – on Oct. 1st and 2nd, 2014, important local Canadian engineering firms and Operators had the opportunity to exchange valuable experiences in hydraulic modeling. Michael Dowhopoluk from PVP Engineering Ltd, Jordan Grouse from Beta Machinery and Paul Bond from Pi Engineering, as guest speakers, gave presentations on current engineering projects and new technologies. Trey Walters, AFT President, and Jim Wilcox, President of Codecad, in addition to organizing the event, made presentations on important topics such as: New AFT Impulse Gas Cavity Model and Calculating Hydraulic Dynamic Forces.

Speaking with the attendees, the general feedback was that the event met their expectations and that it should be held twice a year instead of once, "there is a lot a technical material to be discussed and this is an excellent opportunity to do so."

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