Agile Engineering Design System v2021.0 on the Market

Design and manufacture higher performance turbomachinery in less time.

Design and manufacture higher performance turbomachinery in less time.

Adding a Swept LE for High-Solidity Pump design transferred using AGILE Link from PUMPAL to AxCent. Image courtesy of Concepts NREC.

Concepts NREC has released version 2021.0 of the Agile Engineering Design System. The Agile Engineering Design System is an integrated suite of software modules for computer-aided engineering (CAE) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) specialized for turbomachinery. 

Starting now in 2021 Concepts NREC began a new process that allows us to release software multiple times per year to respond faster to the needs of our customers. Version 2021.0 is the first of the mid-year releases and includes products from CAE as well as CAM software.

On the CAE side the company has focused on capabilities to make it easier to design high solidity pumps in PUMPAL and AxCent and to take these designs easily into optimization and computational fluid dynamics using pbPost and TurboOPT II.     

Among the new CAM capabilities in v2021.0 of MAX-PAC are improvements in disc milling strategies to create more efficient toolpaths for gas turbine blisks and new graphical shop documentation to simplify the use of MAX-PAC inside of your shop manufacturing and quality systems.

The company is offering online user group meetings for CAE and CAM to learn the details of how version 2021.0 can help you solve your toughest turbomachinery design and manufacturing problems.

“Version 2021.0 represents a major shift in our development processes. By delivering multiple versions of software each year we can respond much more quickly to the urgent needs of our customers,” says Dr. Peter Weitzman, president of Agile Engineering Software at Concepts NREC. 

Version 2021.0 is available immediately to users on active Agile Product Support (APS).

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

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