Axial and Centrifugal Pump Design Online Course

Designing pumps? Interested in increasing efficiency and lowering NPSHr? Then you’ve come to the right place!

This hands-on course lasts 4 days (up to 3 hours per day) and is aimed toward mechanical engineers and engineering managers looking to learn or refresh their knowledge (including for evaluation purposes) on how to use the AxSTREAM® software for the design, analysis, redesign and optimization of pumps (single- or multi-stage), regardless of the application of interest.

Centrifugal Compressor

The course includes:
  • Preliminary design (for clean-sheet designs as well as redesigns, creation of digital siblings, etc.)
  • Meanline/streamline calculations (for accurate determination of performance, flow parameter distributions, study cavitation, etc. using 1D and 2D solvers)
  • Off-design performance prediction (to create performance maps and perform parametric studies)
  • Optimization (using various types of Design of Experiments methodologies)
  • Profiling and blade design (complete profiling and 3D blade design based on blade parameters determined during conceptual design or from imported models)
  • 3D FEA (stress analyses including static, modal, harmonic analyses as well as Campbell and interference diagrams)
  • 3D CFD (computational fluid dynamics)
  • Reverse engineering (from limited geometric data as well as using 3D CAD/cloud of point models of as-is hardware which makes it the perfect tool to create digital twin models)
  • 1-month trial license of AxSTREAM®
  • The registration fee is $1200 ($300 per person per day)
Who should attend:
  • Mechanical engineers and engineering managers looking to learn or refresh their knowledge on axial, radial and mixed flow pumps
  • Engineers looking to receive training on SoftInWay’s tools for the design, analysis and optimization of dynamics pumps
  • Academics that are teaching turbomachinery design and need specialized tools that allow students to easily study the influence of design parameters on size, performance, etc.
Axial & Centrifugal Pump Design3 - 7 October 202209:00 AM to 05:30 PM ESTBoston, MA, USARegister