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Performance Optimization of a Fan Stage using the 3D Inverse Design Method

Webinar: Performance Optimization of a Fan Stage using the 3D Inverse Design Method

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In this webinar, you will see how the performance of an Axial and Centrifugal Fan can be optimized for improved stage performance by using the inverse design method. We will demonstrate how the efficient optimization methods within TURBOdesign Suite allow designers to produce high performance, optimized designs within industrial timescales.


In this webinar, we highlight:
• Summary of 3D inverse design process for Axial and Centrifugal Fans.
• A live demonstration of the design of a high-performance Axial Fan Rotor.
• A case study, including live set-up, of the multi-point optimization of a large-tip-gap Axial Fan.


Playback the fan stage webinar 


About Advanced Design Technology

We provide software and services for the design and optimization of turbomachinery, based on our unique 3D Inverse Design technology. Our tools and services help customers achieve innovative “breakthrough” designs, delivering market leading solutions at dramatically reduced development costs.

ADT, headquartered in London, UK, was established in 1999 as a joint venture between University College London and The Ebara Research Co Limited of Japan. We are considered as one of the leading global turbomachinery design software providers, with our TURBOdesign Suite tool set in use across a very wide range of applications and sectors. 

Our design consultancy services deliver cutting-edge solutions to our global customers. Whether the task involves a complete solution, from concept to final design for manufacturing, or is facing challenging multi-point / multi-objective design optimization, we work closely with our customers and support them throughout the entire design process.

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