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Turbomachinery Flow Path Design and Optimization Courses
Posted Thu December 06, 2007 @06:10PM
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Announcements SoftInWay, an innovator in advanced turbomachinery design software, today announced its 2008 schedule for training courses in the design, analysis and optimization of turbomachinery flow paths featuring the Companyís AxSTREAM software suite.

The course is designed for engineers involved in the design or retrofitting of flow paths for turbines, compressors, turbochargers, fans, blowers and turbopumps, and any current user of AxSTREAMô who is interested in getting the most out of the power of AxSTREAMô.


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Course locations and dates are:
Boston MA USA     -    March 18-20
Berlin, Germany    -    June 6-8 (in conjunction with ASME/IGTI 2008)
Boston MA USA     -    October 7-9
TBD                       -     December (TBD)

This is a hands-on course that covers both axial and radial turbomachinery. Each course is tailored to focus on the specific interests of the attendees of that particular course, including sessions for new users, special Userís Group meeting for current users, and break-out sessions on specific topics such as axial turbine and compressor retrofits and performance upgrades, etc.

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

For the March course in Boston, there is a significant tuition discount if registration and payment are received prior to Februrary 1, 2008. Locations and dates are subject to change.

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