Gexcon is a world-leading company in the field of safety and risk management and advanced dispersion, explosion and fire modelling. Gexcon is headquartered in Bergen, Norway with offices around the world. Its business has expanded across the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Oceania. Gexcon China is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gexcon in China which can provide the services of software, training and consulting. FLACS, developed by Gexcon, is the industry standard for CFD explosion modelling. FLACS is a high-performance computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software tool developed by Gexcon Corporation. It is a leading international CFD software in the field of gas dispersion, explosion and fire simulation, and has become the global industry standard for CFD explosion modelling. The FLACS standard package can simulate release, dispersion, ventilation and explosion of flammable gases. It is one of the best validated tools for modeling flammable and toxic releases in a technical safety context. Gexcon China relies on extensive experience in the field of safety and risk management from our parent company. We focus on providing first-class explosion safety services to Chinese customers.
The Shell FRED (Fire, Release, Explosion, and Dispersion) tool is a well-validated software tool for the prediction of the hazardous effects of accidental or intentional releases and is supported by over 40 years of physical testing and validation. A paper released in the July 2020 edition of the Journal ofUncategorized Shell
Gexcon is set to launch a major update to its flagship consequence modelling software later this year to offer users greater flexibility, digitalisation and integration capabilities. FLACS-CFD 20 will replace FLACS 10.9 from this autumn and represents a significant software upgrade, building on more than 40 years of industrial safetyFLACS-CFD Uncategorized Software
Gexcon and Shell are excited to announce that we are working on a new version of Shell FRED for 2020. Shell FRED allows safety professionals to predict the consequences of Fire, Release, Explosion, and Dispersion from accidental and design releases of products from the process, storage, transport, and distribution operations.Uncategorized Shell Software