SoftInWay Inc. announces a training course for mechanical
and aerospace engineers that will be held on November 9-13,
2009, in Boston, MA, USA. This intensive course is aimed at
providing attendees with in-depth insight into axial
turbines and presenting a reliable, finely tuned solution to
design and optimize axial/radial turbomachinery flow path.
The program consists of 2 independent parts:
" Part 1. Axial Turbine Fundamentals (2 days);
" Part 2. AxSTREAM Interactive Workshop on Turbomachinery
Flow Path Design and Optimization (3 days).
Part 1. Axial Turbine Fundamentals (November 9-10, 2009)
The program covers the fundamentals of thermodynamics, gas
dynamics, structural analysis, and basics of steam and gas
turbines and their elements. This comprehensive course
extends engineers' knowledge of axial turbine design and
operation to raise their professional level and enhance the
Part 2. AxSTREAM Interactive Workshop on Turbomachinery Flow
Path Design and Optimization (November 11-13, 2009)
The objective of this training is to provide participants
with a practical understanding of design and optimization of
flow paths for turbomachinery equipment using AxSTREAM.
During this interactive, hands-on workshop the engineers
will use the AxSTREAM software to successfully perform
preliminary design of turbomachinery flow paths, inverse and
direct 1D/2D analysis and optimization, 3D
profiling/stacking of the airfoils, 3D FEA and CFD, and
export of results to 3D CAD programs. The training includes
break-out sessions, one-on-one design consultation with
SoftInWay experts and review of actual test cases. Each
attendee can choose a particular track of study based on
his/her specific interests:
" Axial and radial turbomachinery (comprehensive overview),
" Axial turbine,
" Axial compressor,
" Radial turbine,
" Centrifugal compressor,
" Retrofitting and performance upgrades.
ALL attendees of the AxSTREAM Workshop will get a free one
month license to AxSTREAM - a value of over 15,000 USD.
To see course details and register, please visit