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Flow Battery, Flow!

Brent Cullimore

The field of positive psychology is devoted to making so-called “normal people” happier. A key observation is that people tend to be happiest when they are in a state called Flow. (As much as I would like to live the State of Flow, Colorado comes close!)

Look! Up in the sky…it’s lighter than air

Doug Bell

My career as a thermal engineer started with balloons.

Not the ones you see at birthday parties or even the big colorful ones full of hot air, but scientific research balloons: 400-foot diameter bags of helium carrying thousands of pounds of scientific experiments into the stratosphere.

From beginning to advanced, here's your chance to learn how to use the powerful parametric and customization features in Thermal Desktop and SINDA/FLUINT. Click on each title to learn more, or to register.

Please note that earlier classes are prerequisites for later classes, so if you miss one, be sure to check out our recorded video page before attending the next one.

Symbols and Registers
Thursday Sept 26, 9-10am MT (8-9am PT, 11-noon ET)

Advanced Expressions
Thursday Sept 26, 2-3pm MT (1-2pm PT, 4-5pm ET)

Network Element Logic (NEL)
Tuesday Oct 1, 9-10am MT (8-9am PT, 11-noon ET)

Advanced Logic
Tuesday Oct 1, 2-3pm MT (1-2pm PT, 4-5pm ET)

flow regimes

Introduction to Two-phase Flow

September 24, 2-3pm MDT

This webinar introduces basic concepts in two-phase flow modeling including quality, void fraction, flow regimes, slip flow, pressure drops and accelerations, and heat transfer.

No knowledge of CRTech software is required. However, references to the corresponding FloCAD features will be made to assist users of that product.

Click here to register