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Educational Services

Engineering Software is committed to providing highly professional, quick and reliable educationa services. 

Engineering Software has been serving the engineering and academic communities and Government agencies with computer modeling and fine software for the energy conversion systems (power and propulsion) needs since 1996. 

Engineering Software is pleased to announce that its staff provides educational services. 

Engineering Software has an extensive set of software tools that quickly, easily and reliably calculate thermodynamic and transport properties of gaseous, liquid and solid species (TP, HP and SP) -- U.S. Customary and International units, steam approximations for both saturated and superheated areas, analyze power cycles (Carnot, Brayton, Rankine, Otto, Diesel, Magnetohydrodynamics and Fuel Cell), power cycle components/processes (compression, combustion, expansion, heat transfer and mixing) and compressible flow (velocity of sound, Mach number, stagnation and static properties, nozzle, normal shock, diffuser and thrust).

Engineering Software staff of qualified and professional engineers has experience with many software modifications, computer platforms, engineering analyses and conceptual design studies and educational support related to the theoretical background.

Engineering Software provides customized solutions for those computational needs that are beyond the capabilities of off-the-shelf engineering software.

To find out how Engineering Software can help you solve your problem and provide educational support, fill out an Engineering Software e-Form.

It should be mentioned that Engineering Software technical and product support are free for the Engineering Software product line.

However, for a reasonable fee, Engineering Software can provide educational support related to energy conversion systems and also run a preliminary computer calculation/analysis using the Engineering Software software packages to save you time and help you acquire working experience and theoretical background -- fill out an Engineering Software e-Form.

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