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ENGECROL selects AxSTREAM software
Posted Wed August 22, 2007 @05:23PM
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News SoftinWay, Inc. is pleased to announce that ENGECROL Ltd. of Campinas, Brazil, has adopted the company’s AxSTREAM™ flow path design, analysis and optimization software suite to improve the performance and efficiency of steam turbines. This order represents a significant step forward in SoftinWay’s global expansion and endorsement of AxSTREAM™ as it marks the first order with a company in Brazil, home of many turbo-machinery users.

ENGECROL is a highly respected manufacturer of medium size steam turbines, and servicer/refurbisher of any size steam turbine, and has performed overhaul work on every major brand of steam turbine in virtually every corner of the world.

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AxSTREAM™ will be utilized to develop new steam turbines for specific industrial and power generation applications, and also to analyze and improve the flow path characteristics of steam turbines undergoing overhaul and retrofit.

"With the expansion of sugar mills, steel mills, petrochemical plants and other industrial facilities in Brazil that have high electricity and process steam demands, we feel a strong requirement from the market to provide more efficient and powerful steam turbines" stated Mr. Renato Tiengo, Engineering Manager for ENGECROL. "In adding AxSTREAM™ to our design tools, we will be able to achieve these goals better and faster than ever before."

"ENGECROL has a strong reputation for designing steam turbines for complex industrial energy requirements," said Dr. Leonid Moroz, President of SoftInWay. "We are very impressed with ENGECROL’s modular design concept to match turbine capabilities to plant electricity and steam needs and then to optimize overall performance and capabilities. We look forward to working with them on both new designs and retrofit steam paths."

About SoftinWay
A USA corporation, headquartered in Burlington, MA, SoftInWay's mission is to serve the high technology community by providing software products and engineering services in the area of research, design and digital prototyping of power generation equipment. The company develops products for rapid turbo-machinery design, provides technical engineering services, and uses in-house and industry standard CFD, FEA and CAD tools to address design issues at the earliest possible stage to maximize engineering productivity and increase the efficiency and reliability of equipment. The core product, AxSTREAM™, is an integrated solution based on over 400 years of collective turbo-machinery experience of SoftInWay's engineering team, with the clear goal of bringing to industry a professional software tool for rapid, optimized turbo-machinery flow path design.

ENGECROL Ltd. in Campinas-SP is a new option for design and manufacturing of steam turbines in Brazil. We provide replacement parts and service steam turbines and compressors of every major brand. All solutions are tailor-made for each individual company and application. Using the recent developments in design, manufacturing and employees knowledge that for the last 30 years have been working with different OEM's, we offer the best steam turbine solutions for new plants or retrofitting older steam turbines to better than new performance levels.

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