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FLACS-CFD 20.2 is Now LIVE!

FLACS-CFD 20.2 is Now LIVE!

FLACS-CFD 20.2 is now live – a minor software update to improve the user experience. The update does not include any critical changes and includes a number of bug fixes in response to customer feedback. A major update to Gexcon’s flagship computational fluid dynamics software went live at the beginning

Webinar: What's New with FLACS-CFD?

Webinar: What’s New with FLACS-CFD?

  About The Webinar FLACS-CFD 20 will replace the current edition of the software (FLACS 10.9) this Autumn and has been re-written from the ground up to offer better integration and digitalization capabilities, improved workflows, and greater flexibility. During this webinar, Chris Coffey, FLACS-CFD Product Manager, introduced the updated software and gave an overview of the following key features: – Improved

Webinar: What's New with FLACS-CFD?

Webinar: What’s New with FLACS-CFD?

  About The Webinar FLACS-CFD 20 will replace the current edition of the software (FLACS 10.9) this Autumn and has been re-written from the ground up to offer better integration and digitalization capabilities, improved workflows, and greater flexibility. During this webinar, Chris Coffey, FLACS-CFD Product Manager, introduced the updated software and gave an overview of the following key features: – Improved

FLACS-CFD 20 coming soon

FLACS-CFD 20 coming soon

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 safety

Simulating Pulverized Coal Explosion with FLACS

Simulating Pulverized Coal Explosion with FLACS

A fire broke out in Hebei Longcheng Coal Comprehensive Utilization Co., Ltd. at 11:40 on May 24th, 2019 and there was an assumption that an explosion might have occurred. On the next day, the government of Caofeidian District, Tangshan, Hebei Province issued a notice on the accident. The preliminary investigation

Register for FLACS User Group (FLUG) Meeting 2018

Register for FLACS User Group (FLUG) Meeting 2018

This year’s FLACS User Group Meeting will be held in Bergen Norway, May 22-23, 2018. Join other FLACS users for two days of learning and discussions. The FLACS User Group (FLUG) Meeting is a top-level meeting in the field of modelling dispersion, explosion, and fire of toxic and flammable gas.

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