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.
This webinar will present a rapid and efficient design and optimization process for axial contra-rotating fans. The speakers will present application of TURBOdesign tools for the preliminary multi-blade row design of the axial fan where the rpm and pressure rise repartition of the different stages are varied.
In this webinar, we will show how the new TURBOdesign Suite 2020, a new platform for the design and optimization of turbomachinery, represents a paradigm shift in turbomachinery design and enables engineers to produce breakthrough, high efficiency designs faster than ever before.
In this webinar we will show how the newly developed meanline design code for Francis turbine, which has been recently developed in TURBOdesign Suite, can be used to do the initial sizing of all components of a Francis turbine from volute, stay vane, guide vane and runner.
Playback to see how the performance of an Axial and Centrifugal Fan can be optimized for improved stage performance by using the inverse design method. We will demonstrate how the efficient optimization methods within TURBOdesign Suite allow designers to produce high performance, optimized designs within industrial timescales.
In this webinar, we will show how by seamlessly integrating 3D Inverse Design method TURBOdesign1 into Ansys Workbench, turbomachinery designers can rapidly develop breakthrough designs that meet difficult multi-objective, multi-point and multi-disciplinary requirements.
This webinar presents the redesign of an electrically driven mixed flow transonic compressor by using a 3D inverse design methodology. The compressor will be used for an active high-lift system application that aims to delay the onset of stall and thus contributing to the reduction of both the aircraft noise footprint and the impact of aviation emission on local air quality.