Applied Flow Technology
Whether you’re modeling gas or liquid piping systems, perfecting your system design, studying your system’s transient behavior or need fluid property data, AFT has the engineering software tools for you. Our industry-leading fluid dynamic simulation software is used by a variety of industries around the world to develop design solutions and troubleshoot existing systems.
Engineers use AFT for several reasons. The best reason is that AFT is a highly accurate calculation software that saves engineers from using extensive hand calculations or spreadsheets. What used to take days or weeks is able to be accomplished with AFT’s pipe flow software in a short amount of time. The man-hours companies save by using AFT modeling and simulation software pays for software several times over.
We might be biased, but when engineers tell us it is the best fluid flow software on the market.we can’t argue. Our staff of engineers has worked for years to ensure it is a tool which delivers solid modeling calculations, incorporates robust features, and give users an intuitive interface.
We look forward to working with you.
Incompressible Pipe Flow Analysis & Simulation Software Includes heat transfer, time simulation, automatic goal seeking, cost calculations and built-in tools for modeling piping system components
Compressible Pipe Flow Analysis & System Simulation Software Including adiabatic, isothermal, heat transfer, sonic choking, automatic goal seeking, cost calculations and built-in tools for modeling piping system components
Waterhammer & Surge Analysis Software to Enhance Safety and Reliability Models and simulates your pipe system to help avoid the potentially catastrophic effects of waterhammer and undesirable system transients
A chemical property database of up to 700 fluids with mixing capability Use the database as a stand alone application with the Chempak Viewer; access the database from within Excel with the Chempak Add-in
A powerful fluid dynamic simulation
tool for high-speed, acoustic transients that occur in steam and gas piping systems. Uncertainty in design and operations costs money and time.