Advanced Design Technology Releases TURBOdesign Suite 6.1

This version includes updates for gases applications.

Advanced Design Technology (ADT) has released the latest version of TURBOdesign Suite. The suite is a combination of aerodynamics and hydrodynamic 3D design software specifically designed for turbomachinery.

Major improvements in TURBOdesign Suite v6.1 enhances integration and automation of design processes and workflows within the clients’ software landscapes. This new version brings extended import capabilities for existing blade designs, automation for a variety of design post-processing tasks such as cutting blades to specific tip clearances and automatically creating solid models for export to CAD, to help designers reduce manual CAD operations and allows for more design iterations and coupling with automatic optimization methods, the company states.

The software also has enhancements for real gas applications, such as new refrigerants used in chiller and organic rankine cycle applications.

“This latest release of TURBOdesign Suite builds on the strong fundaments of advanced 3D inverse design approach to extend and complement requirements of our large turbomachinery manufacturers client base” says Professor Mehrdad Zangeneh, Founder and Managing Director at ADT. “TURBOdesign Suite v6.1 further enhances some of the most advanced blade design and optimization capabilities in the market to assist manufacturers with developing the next generation of turbomachinery components with shorter development time and higher performance.”

For more information, visit Advanced Design Technology.

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

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