NASWUG & COSMOS FloWorks

March 29, 2007 13 Comments »
NASWUG & COSMOS FloWorks

FloworksThe North Alabama SolidWorks Users Group met tonight for our second evening meeting of the year. Tonight’s main agenda featured a COSMOS FloWorks demonstration by Dana Parrish of SolidWorks Corporation. Dana is the South Region Territory Technical Manager for COSMOS applications.  COSMOS FloWorks is one of those applications that you don’t seem to see demonstrated too often, so it was a welcome sight for all the users in attendance tonight.  Dana did a quick PowerPoint presentation outlining the capabilities of the software followed by a live demonstration of the software on a venturi tube.  The capabilities of the package were very impressive.  To me one of the most impressive features was the ability to directly integrate results from COSMOS FloWorks studies in COSMOSWorks studies.  I received lots of positive comments on the presentation after the meeting.  Many thanks to Dana for taking the time out of his busy schedule to attend our meeting tonight.

Two upcoming events were discussed at the meeting tonight which provide some real benefit to the users in our area.  The SWUGN Technical Summit in Nashville is coming up in less than two months and our next evening meeting in June will feature SolidWorks CEO John McEleney.

NASWUG members also saw a quick review of SolidWorks World 2007 which included the viewing of a highlight video of the event.  The sneak peek of SolidWorks 2008 which was revealed at the event was also highlighted.  The “Space Station” video by Mark Biasotti was a big hit with the crowd! Presentations and meeting notes will be posted soon to the NASWUG website.

Stay tuned….more to come!

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  • Content. Content. Content. This is what drives the user group and Dana showed some really cool stuff. AND, I believe I could even run a CFD problem with this software if I had to.

    Yep. Bringing in Flo results into the COSMOSWorks like that is really a powerful tool.

    Thanks Dana. Nice Job.
    Gary

  • Content. Content. Content. This is what drives the user group and Dana showed some really cool stuff. AND, I believe I could even run a CFD problem with this software if I had to.

    Yep. Bringing in Flo results into the COSMOSWorks like that is really a powerful tool.

    Thanks Dana. Nice Job.
    Gary

  • March NASWUG Meeting – Going With The Flo(Works)

    Last night, the North Alabama SolidWorks User Group (NASWUG) got a special treat! Dana Parrish, the South Region SolidWorks Territory Technical Manager for COSMOS apps, gave an awesome overview of COSMOSFloWorks. After everyone's appetite was sated wit…

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  • Steve Calvert

    Ricky, I'm trying to get my hands on the powerpoint COSMOSFloWorks that has been described in several blogs. Do you have one that you might be able to e-mail to me?

    Steve

  • Steve Calvert

    Ricky, I’m trying to get my hands on the powerpoint COSMOSFloWorks that has been described in several blogs. Do you have one that you might be able to e-mail to me?

    Steve

  • Hi Steve,

    I will check with Dana and see if we can get a copy of the PowerPoint presentation. If I can get it, I will post it on the NASWUG website.

    Thanks for your interest!

    Best Regards,

    Ricky Jordan
    http://www.rickyjordan.com

  • Hi Steve,

    I will check with Dana and see if we can get a copy of the PowerPoint presentation. If I can get it, I will post it on the NASWUG website.

    Thanks for your interest!

    Best Regards,

    Ricky Jordan
    http://www.rickyjordan.com

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  • Nguyen Van Cuong

    I think the COSMOS applications is so useful and helpful for many researchers.
    Right now I try to work with its options on my research!
    Would you all share some more experiences for us?
    Thank you so much!

  • Nguyen Van Cuong

    I think the COSMOS applications is so useful and helpful for many researchers.
    Right now I try to work with its options on my research!
    Would you all share some more experiences for us?
    Thank you so much!

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