AFT Fathom 11 is an advanced & accurate dynamic fluid simulation software. This is a fluid dynamic simulation software for engineers, used to calculate pressure drop and pipe flow distribution in liquid and low-velocity gas piping and ducting systems.
It accurately simulates individual system components and interaction & tightly integrates equipment characteristics, analysis and output with your system’s schematic representation.
The program provides a wide array of features without sacrificing your need for a short learning curve & frees you to focus on your system, not the mechanics of software manipulation.
Moreover, it significantly improves the quality of systems engineering you can achieve, leading to less costly, more efficient and more reliable piping systems.
Features of AFT Fathom 11
- Experiment with operating conditions and scenarios
- Easily change system input data, including valve positions, pump operation, control set points, pressures, temperatures and more
- GIS shapefiles supported by ArcGis and others
- Import and export files in EPANET format
- Excel integration supporting data import and export
- Model a wide range of system components for both design and operational cases
- Vary your system line-up: open / close pipes and valves, turn pumps on or off, set control valves to fail position
- Specify alerts that automatically highlight output values that are out of range for flow, pressure, velocity, pump efficiency and more
- Select pumps from online manufacturer catalogs
- Compile catalogs of your frequently used piping components and select them from a drop-down list
- Address the viscosity and frictional changes associated with pumping non-settling slurries and a variety of other non- Newtonian fluids
- Calculate the cost of system pipes and components
- Clearly import Excel data into multiple scenarios and export with the Excel Export Manager.
Download AFT Fathom 11.0.1110
Size: 376 MB
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Installation and activation Instructions
- View in readme.txt file