Axial Turbine Design Self-Paced Training
This comprehensive course program includes 17 hours of lectures (theoretical overview, as well as software demonstrations and explanations related to axial turbines design, analysis and optimization).
The goal of this self-paced course is to provide engineers with a better understanding of steam and gas turbines and help them find new, more accurate, cost-saving solutions through successful axial turbine design and operation tasks.
This course will familiarize attendees with the basics of steam and gas turbine design. The program includes theoretical knowledge as well as hands-on experience with industry-leading software tools (additional option required). It starts with a theoretical overview of turbine thermodynamics, gas dynamics and cycles, to continue with preliminary design, detailed design, analysis and optimization of axial turbines at the 1D, 2D and 3D levels including 3D blade design, FEA and CFD analysis. The program includes SoftInWay’s Axial Turbine Fundamentals course supported by numerous examples and more intensive study of turbine design.
This course is broken down into different sections and chapters with quizzes at the end of each video (about 30 minutes each) to ensure the knowledge presented has been understood, retained and can be effectively applied to engineering challenges.
Axial Turbine Design Self-Paced Training:
- Steam, gas and combined cycles
- Gas dynamics and working fluid properties
- Steam and gas turbine designs – fundamental turbine stage parameters
- Initial turbine sizing – multistage turbines (conceptual design)
- Turbine optimization and detailed design
- Losses in axial turbines
- Off-design performance prediction
- Start-up and shut-down
- 3D blade design
- Structural and vibration analyses
- Blade fastening (disk, root, shroud, lashing wires)
- Blade cooling
- Tertiary components
- Turbine retrofitting
- OEM turbine designs
Who should attend:
- Engineers aspiring to deepen their understanding of steam and gas turbine essentials as a way of improving their overall design practice.
- Design and development engineers of power generation and transportation industries with project and product responsibility.
- Technical managers seeking to improve or expand their product range by incorporating innovative engineering solutions into the turbomachinery design process.
- Academics that are teaching turbomachinery design and need specialized course, tools and reference material based on the latest engineering findings.