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AxSTREAM Added to Beijing University of Technology Curriculum
Posted Wed April 18, 2012 @03:14PM
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News Beijing University of Technology has adopted turbomachinery design software, AxSTREAM to teach turbomachinery design, analysis and optimization.

The university and SoftInWay Switzerland GmbH signed a software license agreement according to which the AxSTREAM will be incorporated into the curriculum, helping students to learn theoretical basis, explore the main steps of real flow path design process and gain practical design skills.


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AxSTREAM is meant for design, analysis, multidisciplinary optimization and retrofitting of axial, radial, counter-rotating and mixed flow configurations. It consists of modules for preliminary design, 1D/2D analysis, flow path multidisciplinary optimization, airfoil profiling, 3D blade stacking and 3D FEA/CFD analysis.

In addition to being chosen by Beijing University of Technology in China, AxSTREAM is successfully used by Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Moscow Aviation Institute (Russia), Kaluga Branch of Bauman Moscow State Technical University (Russia), Pennsylvania State University (USA), Tsinghua University (China), Namik Kemal University (Turkey), Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding (Ukraine) and many other schools worldwide.

“By offering new solutions to the market which can ‘speak’ the same language, we hope to make it easier for our clients to develop and optimize next generation turbomachinery. With our new product coming to market, AxSTREAM Hydro - a software for pump design, analysis and optimization, as well as several other tools in the pipeline, we hope that this is a beginning of a beautiful partnership, allowing our mutual clients to unlock additional value in their design process”, said Valentine Moroz, Chief Operating Officer at SoftInWay Inc.

“SoftInWay Switzerland GmbH is proud to cooperate with Beijing University of Technology in China. We are strongly focused on creating a new generation of well qualified specialists and we are glad that Beijing University has countenance our intentions to prepare the industry-ready engineers.” – concluded Valentine Moroz, Chief Operating Officer of SoftInWay Inc.

About Beijing University of Technology
Beijing University of Technology was founded in 1960. It is a key university under the administration of the Beijing municipal government, which has established a multi-disciplinary academic structure. The structure offers various programs and also involves in diversified academic research in the fields of science, engineering, economics, management, liberal arts and law.

About SoftInWay Inc.
SoftInWay Inc. is a global engineering company specializing in developing efficient turbomachinery by offering their flagship software, AxSTREAM for flow path design, redesign, analysis, and optimization as well as consulting services and educational courses.

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