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Old   July 29, 2018, 17:18
Default Flowmaster advances user training material
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Hi Guys,
Can this forum be used for Flowmaster related queries? If not where to post these?

I have been using Flowmaster version 6 as a part of my job (I know!) however we recently moved to Flowmaster v7.9 and the employer being a pauper were not ready to invest extra on employee training on Flowmaster v7.9. Is there a v7.9 training material available online? Are there any Ansys like tutorials available that could get some practice on info such as surge analysis, etc? Is it possible to share this material online? What are the options?

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Old   February 26, 2019, 23:41
Default Kinda late, but found this...
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Not easy to find any sort of tutorial on Flowmaster...
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