Gas turbine engine simulation

  • 05-Sep-2008 03:19 EDT

Flowmaster V7 Gas Turbine  is a simulation software program that meets the needs of secondary air and fluid mixing applications. With an integrated Swirl Solver, engineers can calculate the swirl generated by rotating components in a gas turbine engine and geometrically induced swirl such as is generated by pre-swirl nozzles. Via complex cavity components and Cavity Wizard, the software uses the Swirl Solver to simulate the secondary air systems of gas turbine engines. Individual companies can customize the software to use proprietary correlations for the flows through these rotating passageways.
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