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AFT Blog

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Trey Walters

AFT 20th Anniversary Conclusion: Prizes, Awards and the Future of AFT

Last month AFT concluded its 20th year as a world leading provider of fluid flow simulation software products. A year ago I wrote about AFT's 20th anniversary and the prizes we would be awarding. Here is a list of all the lucky winners. Congratulations! AFT has a hard earned reputation for excellence in our products and our technical support. For the next 20 years we plan to build on that reputation.  Here are some things to keep an eye out for from AFT this year: The release of AFT Fathom 9 with a host of new featuresThe release of AFT Impulse...
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Reinaldo Pinto

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. AFT has been hosting User Group Meetings in the Houston and Denver area and...
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Trey Walters

AFT Fathom Smooths Earthquake Impact From California's San Andreas Fault

The Los Angeles Aqueduct conveys water from the Owens River in the Eastern Sierra Nevada mountains to the city of Los Angeles. The system provides 80% of the water to Los Angeles. Part of the aqueduct system travels through the 5.5 mile (9 km) Elizabeth Tunnel. The San Andreas fault cuts across the tunnel and a major earthquake at this location has the potential to cut off this water supply to the city for over a year. Ray Hamilton of AMEC made a fascinating presentation of his work using AFT Fathom on the Elizabeth Tunnel at the AFT Denver User Group...
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