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CFX-BladeGen 4.1 Released
Posted Tue July 30, 2002 @03:36PM
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Geometry CFX has released version 4.1 of itís market-leading turbo-machinery software, CFX-BladeGen. The new version incorporates many new or enhanced features to provide designers with the complete system for 3-Dimensional (3D) blade design and automatic performance evaluation. The new features include a parametric study tool which automates batch studies of a range of conditions, and meridional functions to define trim profiles and control curves.

The user interface has also been significantly enhanced to further improve useability.

Add the rapid performance-screening "Plus" module, CFX-BladeGenPlus, and harness the power to readily obtain 3D viscous solutions with a level of effort equivalent to streamline curvature approaches.


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