Obtaining even the smallest increase in efficiency in turbomachinery design most often requires significant effort, but can result in largely diminished costs! Think about reduction of material, lower fuel consumption, increased performance, etc.
This implies the designs need to be evaluated not only from a component point of view, but also from a system level, bringing with it various uncertainties (geometrical related to manufacturing - input and boundary conditions - ...)
NUMECA’s multiphysics simulation and optimization environment for turbomachinery, combined with Concepts NREC preliminary design tools, offer a unique state-of-the-art integrated & comprehensive 1D to 3D solution for any turbomachinery design applications. It will help you achieve those gains in efficiency in your design process as well.
During this seminar we will show you the latest advancements in CFD for turbomachinery. Yannick Baux, Head of the NUMECA Turbomachinery group, will explain the full capabilities of our software solutions and how they can benefit your designs. You will also get a chance to listen to industry leaders, like Niels Platenkamp from Rodelta® Pumps International, about their best practices and experiences.
- Get hands-on turbomachinery design experience (please bring your laptop)
- Learn from and discuss with expert speakers
- Covering all applications: Pumps, fans, gas turbines, turbochargers...
09:30 Registration and Coffee
10:00 Welcome & Introductions
10:10 Solution for Turbomachinery Design: from preliminary to detailed design to CFD to optimization
10:40 Live Demo - Preliminary to Detailed Design
11:30 High Fidelity Simulation & Challenges in Robust Design
13:00 Customer Presentation: RODELTA, Radial Pump 3D CFD
13:30 Hands-on session: from Detailed Design to 3D CFD
15:30 Wrap-up & Close
Date: Thursday October 5th - 10:00h - 16:00h
Venue: University of Twente - Conferentiehotel Drienerburght - Drienerlolaan 5, 7522 NB Enschede, Netherlands
Don't miss this opportunity! Registration is free but mandatory and places are limited.