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AEA Updates Turbomachinery Design Software
Posted Wed August 15, 2001 @10:10AM
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ANSYS CFX AEA Technology has introduced new versions of their CFX-BladeGen and CFX-BladeGenPlus turbomachinery design software.

CFX-BladeGen provides engineers with bladed-row geometry and mesh generation capabilities using powerful interactive tools. By working with turbo design concepts such as leading and trailing edge angles and blade thickness distribution, designers can quickly generate a wide range of bladed components. The latest version of the software features additional data flexibility, an improved user interface and user-definable export formats.

CFX-BladeGenPlus features a full 3D viscous CFD solver tightly coupled with the blade design software. The code makes it easy to generate a grid, assign boundary conditions and examine the flow results in a simple wizard-like interface. New features include a smart initial guess generator, a profile boundary condition which allows for the inclusion of upstream effects, and convergence monitoring.


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