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We're excited to announce the release of Version 6.3, available to current customers immediately via the Product Downloads page! We've compiled several highlights and new features that we're pleased to share with you.
This sample problem demonstrates two possible ways to model a mass flow controller (MFC) in the FloCAD® module of Thermal Desktop®.
Circular or “ring manifolds” are used to solve a variety of problems, from feeding fuel and/or oxidizer into an axially symmetric combustion chamber where there is one inlet and multiple outlets, to water fountains with multiple inlets.
You may have noticed a new look to our website. We have updated the site as part of our continuing effort to maintain the highest security practices across the company. With this update we have implemented measures which will continue protecting the site — and user data — from vulnerabilities.
Two-phase flow in vertical lines can represent unique challenges, especially for low velocities in large-diameter lines. In such cases, liquid tends to fall through the gas, perhaps collecting at the bottom. Or gas tends to rise through liquid without lifting it much.
Thermoanalytics and CRTech have teamed to help NASA's Crew and Thermal Systems Division solve the thermal and environmental control challenges presented by future manned space missions.

We are offering two online classes in July: Introduction to Thermal Desktop and Introduction to RadCAD. The training uses lectures, demonstrations, and tutorials to introduce you to basic Thermal Desktop and RadCAD usage.

We will be discussing the Boundary Condition Mapper, both interpolated mapping and nearest point mapping.
We will be discussing LHP (Loop Heat Pipe) modeling, from getting started to simulating off-design conditions and anomalies. We will also be discussing the challenges of modeling OHPs (Oscillating Heat Pipes).