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SoftInWay Announces Education Software Bundle
Posted Thu January 08, 2009 @10:02AM
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News SoftInWay Inc., a global provider of cutting-edge software for turbomachinery flow path design, analysis and optimization, has launched an innovated release of its AxSTREAM Education Version. The new software features all the latest SoftInWay developments, among which are the implementation of Campbell diagram, an enhanced Euler flow solver, more detailed Mollier diagram and the adaptation of the Streamline Solver to centrifugal compressors.

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The educational version updated for AxSTREAM 2.4.1.1 ensures more accurate calculation results and optimizes the whole process of turbomachinery flow path design and analysis.

The capabilities of 3D flow module AxFLOW (Euler and potential flow solvers) have been expanded. Now the user of Euler flow solver can control/change mesh quality, calculate the whole stage using previous calculation results as initial values and quickly define 3D flow path characteristics. Another important innovation is Campbell diagram (AxSTRESS) which helps users to find the critical speed for a stationary frame of reference.

AxSTREAM Educational Version is available for axial gas and steam turbines; radial turbines; radial and centrifugal compressors. Coupled with AxSTREAM training course, the edu version forms an all-round educational suite for students of technical universities, their professors seeking to upgrade their educational tools and experienced engineers who will be able to enhance the design process using AxSTREAM.

SoftInWay is interested in creating a new generation of turbomachinery engineering pros and offers special discounts for academia. In Winter/Spring semester innovated AxSTREAM™ Educational Version for Turbomachinery Flow Path Design comes in bundle: students of universities who acquire 10 licenses and place an order till January 15, 2009, will get 50% discount for SoftInWay training in Boston on February 24-26. The promotion expires on January 9, 2009.

About SoftInWay
SoftInWay Inc. is a USA corporation, headquartered in Burlington, MA. The company's mission is to serve the high technology community by providing software products and engineering services in the area of research, design and digital prototyping of power generation equipment. SoftInWay develops products for rapid turbomachinery design, provides technical engineering services and uses in-house and industry standard CFD, FEA and CAD tools to address design issues at the earliest possible stage to maximize engineering productivity and increase the efficiency and reliability of equipment. The core product, AxSTREAM™, is an integrated solution based on over 400 years of collective turbomachinery experience of SoftInWay engineering team, with the clear goal of bringing to industry a professional software tool for rapid, optimized turbomachinery flow path design.

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