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TURBOdesign Suite 2021R2 New Features
Posted Mon October 04, 2021 @01:24PM
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Announcements Register for ADT's Webinar on TURBOdesign Suite 2021R2 Release to be held Thursday, October 14th at 9 AM and 4 PM BST.

A major theme of 2021R1 release was the release of the new robust solver for TURBOdesign1. Initially released for full bladed configuration in ideal gas, the robust solver is now extended to splitters and real gas applications.

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In this webinar, we will show the major features and enhancements;
  • Learn the new features in TURBOdesign Suite 2021R2;
  • Discover how the new features especially for splitter real gas and volute real gas can help to streamline design of chillers, heat pumps and Organic Rankine Cycle Turbines;
  • Understand the impact of the new loss prediction capability in TURBOdesign pre centrifugal pump on better prediction of pump stage characteristic.
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