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Turbomachinery Flow Path Design Courses Offered
Posted Mon January 18, 2010 @02:16PM
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Announcements Engineers involved in design and optimization of turbomachinery are invited to participate in interactive training courses organized by SoftInWay Inc.

These courses address the challenges mechanical and aerospace engineers face while developing a turbomachinery flow path, and aim to improve their professional skills and optimize the process of turbomachinery design and operation.

Sponsor CFD Review

Check the training course schedule for the first part of 2010 and choose the most appropriate one:

  • February 8-12, Dusseldorf, Germany - Integrated course: Axial Turbine Fundamentals +AxSTREAM Workshop

  • March 8-12, Boston, MA, USA - Integrated course: Axial Compressor Fundamentals + AxSTREAM Workshop

  • April 19-23, Boston, MA, USA - Steam and Gas Turbine Design (advanced registration is available until January 31, 2010)

  • June 11-13, Scotland, UK - AxSTREAM Workshop (advanced registration is available until March 31, 2010)

Each course can be customized according to the specific interests of attendees.

To see a detailed course description and schedule, please visit our website (Education).

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