Here you can learn about FlowNetMaster development milestones.
We have started developing FlowNetMaster from the ground up in the second half of 2016 with practical (industrial) fluid flow and heat transfer applications in mind. Along the road we have past many important milestones to offer you a powerful, user-friendly and collaborative model-based design and simulation software. This history is therefore a testimony as to how FlowNetMaster became a fully capable design and simulation software.
Unsteady solver (handles transient events).
Extension of hydraulic and thermodynamic libraries.
Distributed version control capability
A GUI prototype ready
Enthalpy based solver (handles, bi-directional flows with a stream variable approach)
Thermo-dynamic library base development (handles variable thermo-physical properties)
Object-oriented version coded in C# with constant fluid properties
A steady-state incompressible pipe network solver in a procedural programming language
Project start with a seed fund