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AxSTREAM v1.7.05 Released
Posted Wed February 01, 2006 @05:39PM
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News SoftInWay, Inc., is pleased to announce the availability of a new version of AxSTREAM™ - a professional tool for rapid turbomachinery flow path design and optimization.

AxSTREAM version 1.7.05 adds some important features to enrich the software's capabilities in turbomachinery design and optimization. The major new feature is the addition of a DoE-based optimization tool AxPLAN to Multistage Axial Compressor flow path computation. Besides performing preliminary design, cascade profiling, creation of airfoil 3D models, and generation of compressor maps, this addition allows for compressor flow path optimization based on an experiment planning technique.


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The new version provides the following additional key functional benefits that make the design and optimization process more sophisticated and convenient:

  • Compressor flow path optimization with DoE-based tool (AxPLAN)
  • Enhanced spatial airfoil profiling
  • Visualization of additional throat features in 2D and 3D realization
  • Replenished set of objective functions in AxPLAN
  • Extended set of airfoil profiling types

The new functionality streamlines the process of turbine / compressor analysis, extends AxSTREAM's capabilities, noticeably decreases the time required for project completion, and facilitates end-user operation.

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