By DE Editors
Solutions encompassing every flow passage are run in Pushbutton CFD, which is most immediately useful for off-design volute analysis but applicable to any machine design.
Concepts NREC (CN) is now shipping the latest version of the Agile Engineering Design System (AEDS 2010), a turbomachinery design system that integrates the engineering process through to manufacturing. AEDS 2010 includes upgrades to all its major modules
Concepts NREC will host a free four-hour webinar on September 15 to demonstrate AEDS 2010’s upgraded features and benefits.
“Every year, we survey our users to address current market needs,” says Mark Anderson, vice president of Software for Concepts NREC. “We’re seeing more and more requests for CAD compatibility and data transfer to other geometry and analysis software products as well. People want to move their data around seamlessly from one software package to another.”
Concepts NREC’s AEDS 2010 has integrated computer aided engineering (CAE) tools help in development of rotating machinery such as turbines, compressors, fans, and pumps from preliminary design, detailed design, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), and finite element analysis (FEA) to optimization.
The new features in AEDS 2010 include:
- Meanline Radial Design Using COMPAL, RITAL and PUMPAL
- Meanline Axial Design Using AXIAL and PUMPAL
- Detailed Design Using AxCent
- Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Using Pushbutton CFD
- Faster Toolpath Computation Using MAX-PAC
Concepts NREC’s new Agile Engineering Design System Software 2010 is available for lease or purchase. Purchase prices per module start at $15,000.
For more information, visit Concepts NREC.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.