Home / Design / Students Will Use AxSTREAM to Learn and Practice Turbomachinery Design

Students Will Use AxSTREAM to Learn and Practice Turbomachinery Design

By DE Editors

Baltic State Technical University in St. Petersburg, Russia, has adopted AxSTREAM to teach turbomachinery design. The University and SoftInWay Inc. signed a software license agreement according to which the Educational Version of AxSTREAM will be incorporated into the curriculum.

AxSTREAM Educational Version is meant for design and optimization for four types of machines: axial turbine, axial compressor, radial turbine and radial compressor. It consists of modules for preliminary design, 1D/2D analysis, flow path multidisciplinary optimization, airfoil profiling, 3D blade stacking and 3D FEA/CFD analysis.

“SoftInWay is pleased to declare our partnership with such an authoritative university as Baltic State Technical University; for us this agreement is a great opportunity for further development of the turbomachinery design industry worldwide,” says Leonid Moroz, president and CEO of SoftInWay Inc.

For more information, visit SoftInWay.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

About DE Editors

DE's editors contribute news and new product announcements to Desktop Engineering. Press releases can be sent to them via DE-Editors@deskeng.com.