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FLUIDYN History

Fluidyn history

 

TRANSOFT INTERNATIONAL was founded in 1987 in Paris, France by engineers coming from the nuclear and the defence sectors, with the aim of offering expert modelling services in the domains of fluid and structural dynamics. The FLUIDYN series of numerical tools was designed to respond to the numerous challenges in the field of fluid mechanics and the necessity to use tools and methods adapted to the various applications.

 

The first subsidiary TRANSOFT India, was opened in Bangalore, India in 1990.

 

In mid nineties, TRANSOFT pioneered 3D numerical modelling of environmental issues and industrial hazards related to physical phenomena with the launch of a software series tailored to each specific application. Today, fluidyn-PANACHE is one of the best-known 3D software dedicated to environmental and industrial risk applications.

 

In 1997, TRANSOFT broke some new ground by strongly coupling in a single platform the structural mechanics (Finite Elements) with the fluid dynamics (Finite Volumes). fluidyn-MP and its modules, with their extensive numerical schemes and resolution methods, are the latest expressions of this idea extended to multi-physics applications.

 

As TRANSOFT's focus shifted resolutely towards advanced software development and long-term projects. FLUIDYN firms were created in France, India and elsewhere in the world, in 2001, to provide faster consultancy services and software user support. Through subsidiaries and partnerships, FLUIDYN agents and companies are now present on several countries worldwide.

 

Nowadays, the fluidyn software series are well received by highly technical industrial sectors such as nuclear industry, aerospace, etc... The multiphysics domain has grown beyond the traditional fluid-structure interaction, to acoustics, electromagnetism, magneto-hydrodynamics, rarefied gases, on various time and length scales (from micro-scale leaks to dispersion over a continent and from micro-seconds of an explosion expansion to the thousands of years of nuclear waste decay). With the increase of computational power in desktop computers, the challenge of real-time dispersion modelling has even been answered.

 

Today, the fluidyn software series comprise more than 20 modules designed to make the modelling task easy and trustworthy, thus contributing to the ultimate question of designing economically viable as well sustainable industries.

 

Fluidyn history

 



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