Academic Use

Students, University Lecturers and Researchers
University Students use PHOENICS as part of under- or post-graduate courses to perform calculations to validate their experimental data.

PHOENICS can help researchers as it allows user defined parameters and formulae to be easily entered, allowing new concepts to be evaluated.

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Formula One In Schools
The F1 in Schools Challenge is sponsored by, amongst others, Denford, BAE Systems and Jaguar to encourage the awareness and use of engineering technology within education. Click here to view a report from one of the UK teams - "PULSE". For further details click here or goto http://www.f1inschools.co.uk.

 

Latest NEWS

 

PHOENICS News:

 

The Spring Edition, will be circulated in the near future. The Summer Edition is in progress. If you would like to contribute please send articles (in word format only) to cik@cham.co.uk.
Thank you.


AGENT NEWS

ACFDA, CHAM's Agent in North America has submitted a paper and presentation for the 2014 ASSE_MEC Conference. These give a brief review of recent validated PHOENICS CFD models applied for risk and safety assessments (flammable gas release and dispersion , atmospheric pollutant dispersion and two-phase plumes from cooling towers and other industrial installations).

 

These materials show the PHOENICS modeling capabilities and underline the beneficial use of CFD in risk and safety analyses. More information on the models and training/consulting options can be obtained by contacting info@acfda.org

 

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