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Axial Compressor Performance Analysis
Posted Mon March 30, 2009 @09:44AM
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Announcements SoftInWay invites you to take part in a free interactive webinar on Analyzing Axial Compressor Performance to Optimize the Costs of Manufacturing, Repairs and Overhauls that will be held on April 16, at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. EST.

The course is aimed at optimizing the process of design, analysis, repair, and overhaul of existing turbomachinery, resulting in cost and time reductions. The SoftInWay specialists will discuss the main difficulties most engineers face and provide the preferable procedure for flow path analysis supported by illustrative examples.


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After the 40-minute presentation there will be an open forum for discussion and our team will answer questions you might have.

The webinar is dedicated to engineers working in the process, power station and airline industries and/or specializing in axial compressor design/redesign, retrofit and optimization.

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