Predict blade aerodynamic performance with confidence


Simulate turbine aerodynamics, predict performance and optimize blade designs with our turbomachinery solutions

Mach number contours in a compressor, one example of turbine blade aerodynamic performance analysis
Turbine blade aerodynamic performance analysis

In the rapidly changing energy production market, gas and steam turbines must operate more efficiently than ever. There is no room for complacency in design: only the best turbine simulation tools will do.

In this webinar learn how you can predict turbine blade aerodynamic performance faster and more accurately than ever, using our CFD simulation solutions. Hear from our specialists on the latest features designed specifically for turbomachinery applications and learn how to apply them to turbine and compressor simulations.

Topics covered in this turbine simulation webinar:

  • Our vision for the future of turbine simulation and design
  • How to apply best practices to turbine blade aerodynamics simulations
  • New automation methods to ensure consistent model setup and reduce simulation time
  • Post-processing tips and tricks, to improve your analysis and reporting
  • Setup and results for example turbine simulation and compressor simulation using Simcenter STAR-CCM+

Who should attend this webinar?

This presentation will be of interest to engineers and team leaders working on turbine blade aerodynamics, and anyone looking to learn more about our CFD solutions for gas turbines. The topics covered are also relevant to teams working on blade cooling and heat transfer: the automation and post-processing examples can be applied to any Simcenter STAR-CCM+ simulation, and will benefit any turbomachinery simulation users.

Get fast, accurate prediction of turbine blade aerodynamic performance

We believe that a comprehensive digital twin is central to the future of innovation. By providing you with insight into the real-world performance of your turbine, before you build it, Simcenter allows you to accelerate your innovation and reach your targets faster. You can predict and improve turbine performance from the early design phase right through to late stage or final alterations. Move seamlessly from CAD to simulation to analysis, use multidisciplinary design exploration to discover new solutions, and easily collaborate with colleagues to optimize the complete turbine.