Pumps and hydrodynamic design engineers often face the challenging task of designing pumps with high stage performance and high cavitation resistance, a task that more often than not relies on multiple, lengthy, 3D CFD multiphase runs to evaluate cavitation criteria. But despite affordable availability of parallel CFD this process is still very much trial & error dependant with long computing times which drastically drop the engineer productivity and increase development costs.
In this webinar we will present the latest findings and developments in advanced blade design methods to effectively and directly control both the hydrodynamic and cavitation performance in pump impellers and inducers. Particular emphasis will be given to the development and transfer of design know-how for rapid and systematic design of high performance impellers and inducers.
During this webinar we will present and demonstrate the following cases:
- Live demonstration: The parametric design of mixed flow pump stage for high efficiency and improved cavitation performance, including detailed 3D CFD analysis and test results in hydrodynamic cavitation visualisation tunnel
- Design of an inducer for cryogenic pumps to enhance the stage cavitation performance
- Live Demonstration: Optimizing the geometry of an inducer for improved cavitation performance by using 3D inverse design method
The webinar will conclude highlighting generality of the design method and how optimal blade loading for high efficiency and superior cavitation performance can be applied for the systematic design of pumps.
Join this webinar to learn about:
- How to directly control pump and inducer cavitation performance since early phases of the design process
- Identify and develop optimal blade loading to systematically enhance cavitation performance of your pump impeller and inducer
- How to make use of modern design tools to reduce your computational and development costs while improving product performances
In an attempt to accomodate your schedule we will be hosting a live webinar at both 9AM BST and 12PM EDT.