SoftInWay has a number of very important updates for the engineering community interested in enhancing their Axial Turbine fundamentals knowledge as well as their design and optimization of turbomachinery flow path skills.
NEW Instructor for Axial Turbine Fundamentals.
Dr. Frolov is the Director of Engineering at SoftInWay, managing all of the turbomachinery consulting activities. He has over 35 years experience in steam/gas turbines design, analysis and testing. Earning his PhD in optimization with controlled reaction, he is an expert in steam turbines long buckets aeromechanics. With many publications and patents, prior to SoftInWay, he was the Engineering Manger for GE Energy – Russia.
To know more about Dr. Frolov and other SoftInWay teachers, visit: http://softinway.com/education/teachers.asp
ADVANCED Registration now Open ***** Special Pricing until January 19th, 2012.
Special 20% discount is offered to all students who will enroll in this training course before January 19, 2012.
SPEACIAL BONUS: ALL attendees of the AxSTREAM Workshop will receive a 1-Month Complimentary License to use AxSTREAM software - a value of over $20,000.
Past Students Testimonials:
"It is an extremely useful and educational course, a must for anyone working within the design and development of turbines. The course has a well thought out approach to the fundamentals of steam properties, turbine blade design and optimization, including many other aspects of complete machine design. The course material is clear and concise, and an excellence source for future reference."
James Richmond, BSc (Hons) CEng MIMechE
Principal Engineer - Steam Turbines
Dresser-Rand Company Ltd
"The course provided by SoftInWay Inc, fulfilled and in addition surpassed our requirements/expectations. After a thorough update on the theoretical part, the in house program of SoftInWay Inc AxSTREAM was interactively demonstrated by practical test cases, which were accompanied by extensive course material & illustrations. This is an intensive course which I can recommend to anyone in need of theoretical & practical knowledge on turbines."
Danny Ketelaar Sulzer Turbo Services Rotterdam
The SoftInWay program for Dusseldorf, Germany consists of 2 independent parts, Fundamental Theory of Axial Turbines and AxSTREAM workshop. All students are given the option to take one or both of these courses, based on their interests and objectives.
Part 1. Axial Turbine Fundamentals (March 19 – 20, 2012)
Axial Turbine Fundamentals is the theory part of the program and covers the fundamentals of thermodynamics, gas dynamics, structural analysis, and basics of steam and gas turbines and their elements. This comprehensive course expands upon the engineers’ existing knowledge base of axial turbine design and operation and helps them refresh and grow from the perspective of professional development and engineering practice.
Part 2. AxSTREAM Workshop (Mar 21 – 23, 2012)
The AxSTREAM workshop part of the program teachers the participants design and optimization of flow paths of 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 exporting of results to 3D CAD programs.
The training includes break-out sessions, hands on tutorials, 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.
To register for this course or others, please visit: Classroom-Based Training Courses (http://www.softinway.com/education/training-courses-schedule.asp)
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