T-Axi Disk

T-Axi Disk is a program for the design and stress analysis of rotating disks in industrial gas turbines and aircraft engines. The program was originally designed primarily for use in an undergraduate level turbomachinery or structures class, but with recent additions it has become robust enough for use as a low delity design tool. T-Axi Disk is built around a user friendly graphical interface, and in most cases the entire design and analysis process will occur in one code execution. The features of this code are summarized below. ...

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  1. Gutzwiller, David P.; Turner, Mark G.: Rapid low fidelity turbomachinery disk optimization (2010)