FlowNetMaster delivers you a complete model-based-design and simulation solution.
FlowNetMaster delivers you a complete model-based-design and simulation solution. This environment enables engineers to study how thermal-fluidic systems behave in the real-world without even touching any hardware, thus minimizing cost and reducing development time. Engineers can study the overall effect of changing specific component parameters on a system or sub-system level. Systems can be quite simple or complex. Our clients can examine thoroughly all possible variations in the design and optimization of systems. Our software tool can be used throughout the V-design process, which is the standard approach in model-based-design.
FlowNetMaster is developed under an ISO 9001:2015 quality assurance system. We have applied the most up-to-date design patterns and object-oriented coding fundamentals in such a way that they offer the greatest extensibility and flexibility without compromising coherence. We have constantly tested our results against physical data in the open literature throughout development. We apply agile coding strategies in order to minimize time to market and promptly respond to our customers for tailor-made solution.
Globally there is an increased demand for system simulation tools. We offer high-fidelity simulation tools for thermal fluidic systems. Our fast and reliable simulation software enables our clients to meet their goals all throughout the lifecycle from design to operation. Demand for digital twins is expected to grow by at least tenfold in the next half a decade. Our accurate simulation environment enables the creation of digital twins for thermal-fluidic systems.
FlowNetMaster offers a collaborative hub for a team of engineers through a distributed version control system. A number of engineers can simultaneously work on the same model without impeding each other’s development work. This feature of FlowNetMaster reduces time spent on design iterations. Also facilitates exploration of design alternatives because each alternative can be developed in a separate branch. Another benefit is being able to track design changes becomes a trivial task.