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A Turbomachinery Integrated Design & Optimization Environment
Posted Fri February 15, 2013 @09:48AM
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Announcements NUMECA International will host An Integrated Design & Optimization Environment for Turbomachinery on March 27th.

Attendees will discover NUMECA's customized environment for turbomachinery blade and channel optimization: FINE/Design3D!

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If you are a design engineer, FINE/Design3D provides you with a platform to create innovative 3D blade geometries. Its key features and benefits will be demonstrated through a centrifugal compressor application.

You will gain an overview of the full environment, which encloses a 3D parametric blade modeler AutoBlade, a seamless coupling with the flow solver FINE/Turbo, and finally, the optimization kernel, which combines the power of genetic algorithm, artificial neural network and design of experiment.

Duration: ~ 30 min

Session 1 (European and Asian business hours)
9:00AM (Brussels), 3:00PM (Beijing), 4:00PM (Tokyo)

Session 2 (N./S. American business hours)
9:00 AM (Honolulu), 11:00 AM (San Francisco), 2:00 PM (New York), 8:00 PM (Brussels)

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