AFT xStream 2.0.1100 Build 2022.06.08

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AFT xStream

Steam & Gas Transient Analysis Software. AFT xStream is a powerful fluid dynamic simulation tool for high-speed, acoustic transients that occur in steam and gas piping systems. Uncertainty in design and operations costs money and time. Now you can accurately simulate how your steam and gas systems will respond to potentially harmful transient events. 

Primary Features of AFT xStream

  • Built-in steady-state solver to automatically initialize system before the transient
  • Automatic pipe sectioning based on steady-state acoustic velocities
  • Compound transient event logic to model complex control sequences
  • Scenario Manager to track all design variants and operational possibilities in a single model file
  • Integrated graphing and reporting
  • Animation tools for visual interpretation of complex transient interactions
  • Generates force imbalance files that can be automatically read into CAESAR II ®, ROHR2, AutoPIPE and TRIFLEX ® pipe stress dynamic models
  • 2D flow diagram or isometric view interface
  • Built-in libraries of fluids (including NIST REFPROP and ASME Steam Tables) and fittings which can be extended and customized
  • Chempak™ add-on utility provides a thermophysical database of almost 600 gases – allows you to define non-reacting pre-mixtures and simulate dynamic flow mixing

System Requirements

  • Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8.1 (not the RT versions), or Windows 10, 32-bit or 64-bit compatible
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.8 or later
  • 1 GB RAM or greater (4 GB recommended) in addition to minimum required by the operating system
  • 5 GB available hard disk space
  • 1024 x 768 SVGA display or higher
  • Pointing device (mouse, touchpad, etc.

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Installation instructions: see file readme.txt