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AFT expands flow analysis team

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World Pipelines,


Applied Flow Technology (AFT) has welcomed three new engineers to their team of flow analysis experts.

  • Andrew Burns, Applications Engineer, graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical/Biological Engineering.
  • Kyle Clark, Applications Engineer, graduate of Texas A&M University - College Station with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering.
  • Mark Dudley, Engineering Software Developer, graduate of Colorado School of Mines with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics & Minor in Computational and Applied Mathematics and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering.

All three gentlemen will work with customers to troubleshoot piping and ducting simulation models, as well as support the development, testing, documentation, and training of AFT’s flagship products AFT Fathom, AFT Impulse, AFT Arrow and a collection of add-on modules.

Founded in 1993, Applied Flow Technology is a leader in the pipe flow modelling software market. With a primary focus on developing high-quality fluid flow analysis software, AFT’s comprehensive line of products for the analysis and design of piping and ducting systems is used in more than 80 countries to engineer safer, more efficient systems and solve operational problems.

 

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