What You'll Learn
Use Flowmaster to build a rising main network and analyze the network flow over several seconds, then use this data to identify a suspected downstream cavitation.
- All files, licenses and tutorials
- Immediate, hands-on access to all Flowmaster features
- Flowmaster lab guides and examples
- Rising main demo example
- Illustration on adding node elevations
- Examples on how to set component data
- Running a transient simulation
- Viewing, plotting, and drawing results
In this virtual lab, you will use Flowmaster V7 to model the effects of a rising main pressure surge. The lab reviews the Project View environment, including the Networks and Catalogs tabs.
During this virtual lab, you will analyze the flow rate over a 10-second period, with suspected cavitation downstream of the control valve.
How does it work?
- You'll have 14 days to remotely access your virtual computer, preloaded and configured with Flowmaster
- Access with our downloadable receiver client or any HTML5 compliant browser
- 3-hour lab sessions (can be extended in 1 hour increments)
- Your saved work is preserved between sessions
About Virtual Labs
- Fully operational software, hosted in Mentor Graphics virtual lab environment
- Immediate access from any current PC web browser
- Test at work, home or while traveling
- No IT department approval required
- No special equipment
- Evaluate Flowmaster at your own pace