AFT Arrow Demo
Import More. Export Better. An international leading software to simulate, analyze, and design your gas piping systems.
"With AFT Arrow, the most powerful and accurate gas flow software on the market, get much more accurate predictions than you are accustomed to."
AFT Arrow's techniques are unique to AFT and allows engineers to solve the most difficult gas systems that no other software can solve. An extremely robust software, AFT Arrow is known for being able to model sonic chocking, using real gases, and large systems.
Why AFT Arrow?
Why AFT Arrow?
- Properly handles real gases, full heat transfer effects, and sonic choking and eliminates uncertainty in predictions by accounting for full compressible flow effects
- Streamline your flow modeling input efforts by changing massive amounts of information at once with Global Editing and importing input changes from Excel
- Scenario Manager handles all the different variables a pipe system might encounter in a single model and changes can pass from parent scenarios to child scenarios in the scenario hierarchy
- Clearly report your results by overlaying your input & output data onto of the graphical model as well as though sophisticated graphs for pump & system curves and profile plots
Please complete the form below and you will receive the demo in an email. If you do not receive the demo within 15 minutes, please contact us and we will email the link to you.
The demo is a working copy of the actual software with specific limitations. When the demo is started, you can:
- Build and run the Walk-Thru model.
- Load and run any of the files from the Examples or Verification directories.
Import GIS Shapefiles, CAESAR II Neutral files and Piping Component Files (PCF) as well as import / export EPANET files
Excel Export Manager can automatically export data during a batch of scenarios. Data can be exported to specific cells.
"Test Drive" operating conditions and scenarios to determine sizes, pressures, temperatures, etc... to fix or upgrade systems
Accurately simulate individual system components interaction prior to building to ensure cost-effective & efficient designs