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SoftInWay Announces Axial Turbine Design and Optimization Course
Posted Wed December 15, 2004 @04:03PM
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Announcements SoftInWay, Inc., the developer of software products for turbine design, including AxSTREAM™, the powerful software suite that encompasses the complete engineering process of gas/steam axial turbine flow path, is pleased to announce a next education course: Axial Turbine Design and Optimization. The session will be held February 8-10, 2005, Burlington, MA.

This practice-and design-oriented course is based on over 400 years of experience in turbomachinery design and engineering by SoftInWay's team, including CFD computations. It addresses all engineering disciplines involved in axial turbine design and modernization by providing theoretical background, design practice, and operational characteristics for all types of axial turbines; compressed in an intensive 3-day session.

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Dr. Leonid Moroz, SoftInWay President and CEO says: "Our instructors have worked with the turbomachinery industry for many years, and the course draws extensively on that experience and on their appreciation of the needs of engineers working in the industry. We expect students to refresh and strengthen their knowledge in the basics and traits of steam/gas axial turbine flow path design and retrofitting using up-to-date approaches and tools".

Spanning a concepts-to-details process of axial turbine design/retrofitting, the course will enrich engineers with application-oriented guidelines for new/existing turbine flow path designs along with design techniques for the entire flow path and its optimization.

Early bird registration is welcomed with 10% discount (deadline 20/01/05). Other discounts are available.

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