August
25

TransAT Version 5.1.1 Released

The latest stable version of the Computational MultiFluid Dynamics software, TransAT v5.1 has been released. It is an updated version of Release 5.1.

TransAT is available for Linux-based and Windows operating systems. The installation package for each operating system has an installation manual (which includes the system requirements) and the installer.

The installation package has an in-built demo license that is valid for a period of 30 days. For any other information regarding the download and installation, please contact: info@ascomp.ch

Windows
Linux
New Features of the TransAT Solver
  • BMR for Phase Average Model
  • New AMG Solvers, also available on Windows
  • For each equation a separate solver can be specified
  • Separate convergence criterias for each equation
  • Cantera library for Windows
  • New routines to simplify setting initialconditions and program userdefined functions
  • Improved runtime errors
  • Non-Newtonian constitutive models
New Features of the TransAT User Interface
  • Improved stability and performance
  • Consistent mouse interaction with menus for the graphic windows
  • Solver inputs for all equations separately
  • Tree – based inputs for all equations
  • Tree – based inputs for phases
  • Boundary conditions remain assigned when the mesh is modified
  • More fine-tuned implementation of the meshing framework
  • Normalisation of graphics across user interface
 

June
19

Open Call for CloudSME

The CloudSME EU FP7 project that we participate in has launched an Open Call for new partners! Simulation software providers and engineering and manufacturing SMEs can apply for funding to bring their applications to the cloud using CloudSME technology. CloudSME is a project currently active in the Seventh Framework programme of the European Community for research, technological development and demonstration activities contributing to the creation of the European research area.

It is an exciting opportunity for companies to partake in an exciting area of technology.

Submission deadline is June 25, 2014.

More details here and here

 

Nov
12

TransAT Version 5 Released

The current stable version of the Computational MultiFluid Dynamics software, TransAT has been released.

TransAT is available for Linux-based and Windows operating systems. The installation package for each operating system has an installation manual and the installer.
The installation manual is available for download. The system requirements prior to the installation can be verfied from the manual.

To obtain the installation package with a free demo license for 30 days, please contact: info@ascomp.ch

Windows
Linux
New Features of the TransAT Solver
  • Windows 7 (64bit) version
  • New Licensing (Network License)
  • Cantera Library for Reactive flows (Linux Only)
  • Bugfixes (nonmatching restart, k-epsilon, immersed surfaces)
  • Hydrates Modelling
  • Heat Flux Partition Model for Wall Boiling
  • Single-Phase Compressible Flows
  • OLGA Coupling
New Features of the TransAT User Interface
  • Monitoring and Graphical Plotting of Variables during Runtime
  • Enhanced Capabilities in Defining Boundary Conditions.
  • Geometry Module.
  • Enhanced Capabilities for Decompaosing Grid Blocks.
  • New Graphical Appearance
 

November
26

Symposium in Stockholm on Nuclear Technology

ASCOMP will be leading one of the the sessions at the Nordic Symposium on Nuclear Technology on 26th and 27th November 2013 to be held at Stockholm, Sweden.

More information can be found here

 

October
30

TransAT Training Autumn 2013 and Winter 2014

Introduction and hands-on training on TransAT in Zürich, Switzerland on the followng dates.

- 30 & 31 Oct. 2013

- 15 & 17 Feb. 2014 (after the Mutiphase Flow short course at ETH Zürich). Note that 17 is an option for those who would like to stay over the weekend in town

Read more

 

July
29

Presentation and booth at the ICONE 21, Chengdu, China July 29 – August 2 2013

ASCOMP will be presenting papers at the 21st International Conference on Nuclear Engineering (ICONE) between July 29th and August 2nd 2013 in Chengdu, China.

In addition, please visit us at our booth at the conference.

 

May
26

Presentation and booth at the ICMF in Jeju, South Korea May 26-31 2013

ASCOMP will be presenting papers at the 8th International Conference on Multiphase Flow (ICMF), which will be held in Jeju, Korea on May 26-31, 2013.

In addition, please visit us at our booth at the conference.

 

June
7

Lecture at the Nano and Microfluidics track of the European Lab Automation Congress and Exhibition at Hamburg, Germany

ASCOMP CEO will be delivering the keynote lecture at the Nano and Microfluidics track of the European Lab Automation Congress and Exhibition at Hamburg, Germany. The event will be held on June 6 and 7 2013.

The talk will focus on the progress made in predicting small-scale single- and multi-phase, microfluidics flows using the Computational Multi-Fluid Flow (CMFD) code TransAT.

More details on the conference can be found here.

 

May
12

Paper Presentation at the NURETH 15 Conference in Pisa, Italy May 12-17 2013

ASCOMP will be presenting a couple of research papers during the technical sessions at the International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics (NURETH) to be held in Pisa, Italy between May 12 and 17 2013.

The papers are in the area of using the N-Phase approach in convective boiling and the use of Large-Eddy Simulation in a PWR Fuel Bundle.

More details of the programme, speakers and the schedule can be downloaded at the here.

 

April
17

Microfluidics Day at the Centre of Mathematics and their Applications, CMLA, ENS Cachan, Paris

Organized by Dr. Djamel Lakehal, CEO of ASCOMP GmbH and Visiting Professor at the Centre de Mathematiques et de leurs Applications (CMLA) on April 17th 2013, a “Day of Microfluidics” will bring together some of the prominent researchers in the area of microfluidics.

Microfluidics is an area of particularly dynamic research, identified from the outset as one of the “ten emerging technologies that will change the world” for its applications in analytical chemistry, bio-defence, molecular biology and microelectronics.

CMLA is located in the Parisian suburb of Cachan.
Where: CMLA – ENS Cachan (CNRS, UMR 8536), 61 Av du Pdt Wilson, 94230 CACHAN (salle Renaudeau – RdC Bât. Laplace), FRANCE
When: April 17 2013, 9h00 to 18h00

More details of the programme, speakers and the schedule can be found at the Seminar website

 

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