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See below for the latest news, updates on products, additions to our website pages, plus any new software versions. Items are listed from newest to oldest.

   
 
TFI celebrates 20th birthday, 6 April 2015

Turbulent Flow Instrumentation Pty Ltd was official formed on 6 April 1995. So today, 6 April 2015, is the company's 20th birthday! But in many ways the company is even older - the company began operations in the 1980's, although it was only a part-time occupation for the company founders. With continuing strong growth we look forward to the next 20 years!

20th Aniversary

 
Bernard Smith appointed Member of the Order of Australia, 26 January 2014

Mr Bernard Smith, co-founder of Turbulent Flow Instrumentation Pty Ltd, has been appointed as a Member of the Order of Australia. This is the third highest honour in the Australian honours system. Mr Smith received the honour 'For significant service to science and technology, and to the community of Tallangatta.' The 'AM' is the highest possible recognition for outstanding achievement and service.

Member of the Order of Australia medal

 
TFI mentors students in local school Solar Car Challange, 28 October 2011

TFI participated as an industry mentor for Tallangatta Secondary College students in the Albury-Wodonga secondary school's 2011 Solar Car Challenge. The aim of the event is to foster relations between students and industry. TFI technician Bernard Smith provided guidance for the students in their endevours to complete the necessary electical wiring and to select appropriate gear ratios for their solar powered car. Tallangatta Secondary College finished 7th in the main race, completing 67 laps.

Certificate of Appreciation

 
Turbulent Flow at Chinese conference, 23 August 2011

The 15th National Structural Wind Engineering Conference will be held from August 23-25 in Hangzhou, China. It is organised by the Bridge & Structural Wind Engineering Division of the China Civil Engineering Society, in conjunction with the China Wind Engineering Society and Civil Engineering at Zhejiang University. 200 researchers will be attending from over 50 universities, companies and research institutes. Turbulent Flow Instrumentation will have a stand there and will be demonstrating a Cobra Probe, and some Dynamic Pressure Modules with a building model.

A 2-module DPMS with quick couplings

 
See the R-TAC video, 03 August 2011

We have added a video of the Real-Time Animated Contouring feature available in the Device Control software so you can see this great feature in action. R-TAC allows easy checking and visual interpretation of multiple channels of pressure data without waiting for post processing.

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Have a look at the R-TAC video

 
New guides and brochures available, 15 July 2011

We are continually updating information sheets and guides. New versions of the Cobra Probe and DPMS Getting Started guides are available, and the Reference Sensor Module and Pressure Calibrator guides can now be downloaded. Also check out the new flyer on tube response linearisation, explaining why the frequency response of our products is so good.

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Updated brochures

 
Website updated, 14 July 2011

A minor upgrade of the TFI website has been completed, including improving the way news items are added. This means you will see more frequent news updates about improvements to our products and services.

 
Software version 3.7.2 now available, 26 February 2011

Version 3.7.2 of the Device Control software is now available to download. It contains updated Matlab examples on post processing of raw data.

 
TFI Attends ICWE12, Cairns, Australia, 10 July 2007

TFI attended the 12th International Conference on Wind Engineering (July 1-6, 2007), exhibiting some of TFI's products to the wind engineering community. The week was a great success, with previous acquaintances renewed, meeting people that we had previously only communicated with via email and phone, and new people were introduced to TFI for the first time. There was much interest in the capabilities of our products, so much so that we were all exhausted by the weeks end!

Live demo at ICWE 12

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