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AFT Blog

Welcome to the Applied Flow Technology Blog where you will find the latest news and training on how to use AFT Fathom, AFT Arrow, AFT Impulse, AFT xStream and other AFT software products.
Rafael Hoyer

Don’t Waste your Time... “Take a Batch”

Here at Applied Flow Technology we like to make things easy for our end users. That is why AFT Products have been developed not only to give you accurate and reliable results but to save you time as well. Let's talk about the "Start Batch Run..." feature. What does this feature do? Let's imagine you have a model with many scenarios and you need to ...
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Raquel Drozd
Thanks for this article. If you select "Models in Different Files", would you be able to run the specific scenarios in each file?... Read More
Tuesday, 02 April 2019 16:22
Ben Keiser
Hi Raquel, just saw your question as I was stumbling across the blog and as Rafael has moved on, I'll be happy to help answer your... Read More
Friday, 05 April 2019 16:08
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Reinaldo Pinto

Workshop Visit to Beijing, China

It was an honor to visit our friends in Beijing, China to provide our Channel Partner, AECsoft Engineering Software (AECSOFT), two days of complimentary workshops. During these workshops, attendees had a hands-on experience with AFT Software as well the opportunity to discuss relevant hydraulic topics. Each attendee also received a 15-day free trial license to review topics discussed in the workshop. The first workshop, held August 21-22, hosted 65 attendees from twenty-nine companies. The workshop focused heavily on technical orientation to the AFT software.         The second workshop, held August 24-25, was dedicated exclusively to the biggest state...
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