TURBOdesign Suite 2020.1, which was released in September 2020, represent a first step in the development of this fully integrated easy to use system for all types of turbomachinery. We are planning two releases in 2021: 2021R1 in March and 2021R2 in September. For more information, we invite you to register for this upcoming webinar.
In this paper on designing turbomachinery components for supercritical CO2 using 3D Inverse Design you can learn about the development of supercritical CO2 and the challenges it presents.
A methodology for designing radial and mixed-inflow turbines to meet multiple aerodynamic and mechanical requirements is presented in this paper. The method couples a 3D Inverse Design code and Design of Experiment Method (DoE), along with a Response Surface Method (RSM) to design turbines which meet various design criteria.
This paper on radial turbines was first presented at the 2015 Turbo Expo. It presents a methodology to control and move the radial turbine peak efficiency U/Cis to lower values using 3D Inverse Design.
The aim of the project was to design a single stage radial inlet air turbine for high altitude test application. Turbine is expected to deliver the required mass flow of air at a required temperature keeping the power within limits at the given expansion ratio.
When Avio S.p.A launched an internal review of their design systems, it lead to a powerful revamp of the whole aero turbines design process. This led to an improvement in tool quality as well as overall methodology.