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High-Efficiency Steam and Gas Turbine Flow-Path Design
Posted Thu April 23, 2009 @02:56PM
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Announcements SoftInWay is offering a free webinar covering the design and re-design of the flow-path of high-efficiency steam and gas turbines. The webinar will be held Thursday, May 14, at 10 a.m. EST and again at 4 p.m. EST.

The interactive webinar includes a 40-minute presentation where engineers from SoftInWay will share their experience in the areas of design, re-design, analysis, and optimization of steam and gas turbine flow paths. Their will also be time for open discussions between attendees and the SoftInWay professionals.

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After the webinar participants will be able to:
  • Have complete control over the turbomachinery design process;
  • Considerably shorten the design time and time to market;
  • Design from scratch or optimize an existing design;
  • Perform 1D/2D analysis of the flow path;
  • Meet any challenges while designing 3D blades;
  • Design high-efficiency, twisted and bowed, reaction blading.

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