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CFturbo Version 5 Released
Posted Wed December 14, 2005 @08:53AM
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News A new version of CFturbo has been released in November 2005. CFturbo V5 is an affordable, easy-to-use turbomachinery design software for high-quality radial and mixed-flow pumps and fans including volutes.

The software has interfaces to all relevant commercial CAD-systems and meshing software packages in order to streamline the turbomachinery design and recomputation process.


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Advantages of CFturbo
  • Rapid design of hydraulic high-quality pumps
  • Integration of established pump design theory
  • Comfortable, reliable and user friendly
  • Direct interfaces for many CAE-software packages
  • Comprehensive and detailed documentation manual
  • Unrivaled price

CFturbo software enables very fast generation of new high-quality pump geometries. It can substantially increase the performance of your product development activities integrating the models into a CAE driven design and optimization process.

For more information, downloads and demo licenses please visit the CFturbo website.

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CFturbo can design radial and mixed-flow impellers.

 

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