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SoftInWay to Conduct AxSTREAM Course at Turbo-Expo 2007
Posted Wed February 28, 2007 @06:02PM
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Announcements SoftInWay, an innovator in advanced turbomachinery design software, today announced that it will be conducting a course on the use of its AxSTREAMô Suite of Multidisciplinary Design Optimization software on May 11-12, 2007.

The course is being conducted in conjunction with the ASME/IGTI Turbo-Expo Conference and Exhibition in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The conference occurs May 14-17.


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This is a hands-on course and is a special offering in that it is constructed to include both axial and radial turbomachinery. The course is designed for engineers involved in the design or retrofitting of flow paths for turbines, compressors, turbochargers, fans, blowers and turbopumps.

The course is also open to any current user of AxSTREAMô who is interested in getting the most out of the power of AxSTREAMô.

A 15 percent discount will be applied to tuition payments received by April 2, 2007. For individuals interested in this course but who are not going to Montreal for the conference, the course will be offered again in the 4th quarter.

Course curriculum and registration details can be obtained through SoftinWayís website.

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