White River Junction, VT, USA (PRWEB) April 03, 2014
Concepts NREC (CN), the world's leading full service, independent turbomachinery design and development organization announces it will be exhibiting at the SAE 2014 World Congress & Exhibition April 6-10, 2014 at the Cobo Center in Detroit, MI.
CN has been involved in the cutting-edge design and engineering of many of the best engine boosting systems in the world. At this year’s Show, CN Sr. Engineer, Eric Krivitzky, will be co-chairing the Engine Boosting Systems Technical Session [Session Code: PFL520] on Tuesday, April 8th at 1:00 PM in Room 140D. This session will cover conceptual, modeling and experimental studies relating to advanced turbochargers/superchargers and advanced boosting systems, to achieve increased power density, better fuel economy, and reduced emissions.
Representatives will also be on-hand in Booth #529 to speak about the CN300. This is CN’s latest offering for waste-heat-to-power conversion, with broad suitability for diesel engine applications. Keith Patch, CN’s ORC Product Manager, will be attending to share more information on this promising new possibility.
Each year, CN also makes major upgrades to their Agile Engineering Design System® suite of software, the only commercially–available design and analysis software that encompasses and integrates the entire engineering process for radial, axial and mixed-flow turbomachinery components. “The 2013 release provides some really great features that apply specifically to turbomachinery design in the automotive industry,” says George Zitka, Managing Director of Software Sales — USA, Canada and Japan. “We have brought 2-stage turbocharging modeling to TurboMatch, directional flow injection to Pushbutton CFD, and changes too numerous to mention to CTAADS (our cooled-turbine blade design system).” This now means designing optimized engine boost systems and/or low-noise fans/blowers will be even easier.
About Concepts NREC
For over half a century Concepts NREC (CN) has been providing engineering design, software, manufacturing, and educational services that have aided in the creation of the world’s most advanced turbomachinery.