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PumpLinx® Version 3.4 Webinars

Posted By: Simerics, Inc
Date:Sat, 31 May 2014, 10:09 p.m.

The following Webinars are scheduled for PumpLinx® v3.4 to provide an overview of existing capabilities, plus introduce new features of Version 3.4 for selected templates and applications. The sessions are limited in size, with preference given to current users of PumpLinx®, however any interested party is encouraged to register and will be included, space permitting. Sessions will be recorded and made available on the website.

1.New Features in 3.4: June 10,2014 Tuesday (Morning 08:30 CT) and June 10,2014 Tuesday (Evening 18:00 CT)

2.PumpLinx for Axial Centrifugal Pumps: June 24, 2014 (Morning 08:30 CT) and June 24, 2014 (Evening 18:00 CT)

3.PumpLinx for Oil & Gas: July 8, 2014 (Morning 08:30 CT) and July 8, 2014 (Evening 18:00 CT)

4.Compressors: July 22, 2014 (Morning 08:30 CT) and July 22, 2014 (Evening 18:00 CT)

5. TBD Aug 5, 2014 Aug 5, 2014

Note: CT = Central Standard Time US (Chicago)

To register go to : or email Chris Langford at

Session Abstracts

June 10th: New Features in 3.4.

This presentation will provide current users of PumpLinx and Simerics MP with an overview of the new features of the latest software release, Version 3.4. The presentation will include instructions on where and how to download the relevant files and an introduction to the new help files and tutorials. Examples of the new general mesher capabilities will be provided as well as an overview of other common features. In addition, new capabilities pertaining specifically to the PumpLinx Templates (e.g. vane, piston, gerotor, etc. ) will be provided along with recommendations for best practices.

June 24th: PumpLinx for Axial/Centrifugal Pumps

Advanced techniques and recommended practices for the simulation of axial/centrifugal pumps are provided. These techniques are relevant regardless of the industry or application. The importance of transient simulation is discussed and demonstrated. The importance and recommended approach for modeling leakage paths and fine details are presented. Mesh methods and the resolution of boundary layers are addressed along with other frequently asked questions. Finally, post-processing is addressed with emphasis on how to evaluate loads, efficiencies, and identify loss mechanism.

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