Flow Science collaborates with Sigma Technology to offer free IOSO trial licenses
Flow Science has entered into a collaboration with Sigma Technology (Moscow, Russia), developer of the high-efficiency, multi-dimensional nonlinear optimization software known as IOSO. Sigma recently released IOSO 2.04, which has direct integration to FLOW-3D. Using IOSO in conjunction with FLOW-3D, engineers can improve the performance of complex large-scale systems and technological processes based on what-if scenarios for arriving at optimal parameters. Under the cooperation agreement, through Flow Science, Sigma will offer FLOW-3D customers in North America a free 90-day trial license for IOSO PM, which allows for parallel optimization on multiple nodes.
IOSO is intended to help engineers reduce the time and cost for solving complex practical tasks, by allowing them to find the most efficient technical solutions based on multiple goals or criteria assigned by the user (multi-objective formulation). It aims to help minimize the number of calculations or the amount of experimental work required, while still achieving optimal parameters for the real-life systems.
Interested customers should contact either Flow Science or Sigma’s North American representative, Concepts NREC (White River Junction, VT). Training and support will be provided by Concepts NREC (Dr. Edward P. Childs, Ph.D., Associate Director of Support and Documentation,) and Sigma.
Sigma was founded in 2001, and has been actively promoting and marketing IOSO throughout the world. Key customers include Gazprom, MAN, Pratt & Whitney, Sukhoi and many more. It can be found on the internet at: www.iosotech.com.
About Flow Science
Flow Science, Inc. is a privately-held software company specializing in transient, free-surface CFD modeling software for industrial and scientific applications worldwide. Flow Science has distributors for FLOW-3D sales and support in nations throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia. Flow Science’s headquarters is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Flow Science can be found on the internet at www.flow3d.com.
Date: January 20, 2012