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Title : DESIGNING TURBOMACHINERY FOR HIGHER EFFICIENCY: CHOOSING THE OPTIMAL DESIGN OR SAVING ENGINEERING HOURS? BOTH!
Company : SoftInWay Inc.
Date : 29-Dec-2011

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With today’s trend to minimize energy consumption, slash emissions and preserve ecology, there is an ultimate demand for switching to more efficient, cost‐saving turbomachines. Finding a trade‐off between efficiency and manufacturing cost, also having an eye towards reliability and size of machine, can be considered the biggest engineering challenge.
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