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Old   November 26, 1999, 18:30
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xhi dom lee
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I'm looking for a design-tool for turbomachinery (all types). It is not necessary to calculate but only to construct the geometry.
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Old   November 26, 1999, 23:56
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John Chien
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(1). Just to construct the geometry, you can use 2-D CAD or 3-D CAD programs. (2). There are numerous CAD programs on the market, such as PRO/E, CATIA, AutoCAD,...et. (3). The selection of a particular CAD program depends on many factors, and sometimes, the company politics is also involved.
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Old   November 29, 1999, 13:30
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Dan Hinch
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I work for a turbomachinery consulting company (Concepts ETI) which sells all types of turbomachinery design software, including that for geometry generation. Please contact me if you are interested. I would have responded directly to you to avoid commercial posts in this CFD site, but your email address was not present in the 'Posted By' information.

Dan Hinch

dhinch@conceptseti.com
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Old   November 29, 1999, 14:50
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Glenn Smith
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Echoing Dan's response re commercial posts on this site, re your request for turbomachinery geometry design tools, please see the following pages for more info.

http://www.aeat.com/cfx/volutegen.html

http://www.aeat.com/cfx/bladegen.html

http://www.aeat.com/cfx/Sascturbo.html
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Old   November 30, 1999, 04:52
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Pierret Stephane
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We have been reading your question you posted on CFD-online for a turbomachinery blade geometry modeler.

We inform you that NUMECA offers a fully integrated and customized CFD tool for turbomachinery design and analysis.

You will find more information on our web site /http://www.numeca.com or by contacting directly Bruno Gouverneur at bruno@numeca.be.

Best Regards

Stephane Pierret

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Stephane Pierret, CFD Group

NUMECA International

Av. Franklin Roosevelt 5

B-1050 Brussels

Tel: +32 2 647.83.11 / Fax: +32 2 647.93.98

pierret@numeca.be / www.numeca.com

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