AxCYCLE™ Thermodynamic Cycle Design Workshop

This is an introduction to AxCYCLE™ for design, analysis and optimization of thermodynamic cycles utilizing steam and combined gas-steam cycles as examples.All registrants will receive a trial software license of AxCYCLE EDU to supplement the subject matter.

This comprehensive course includes several hours of videos featuring software demonstrations and explanations related to the design, analysis and optimization of thermodynamic cycles using AxCYCLE™. Course topics include gas turbine/supercritical CO2 (Brayton) cycles, steam cycles, combined cycles, refrigeration cycles, ORC, and waste heat recovery systems.

This course is broken down into different sections and chapters with quizzes at the end of each video (about 30 minutes) to ensure the knowledge presented has been understood, retained and can be effectively applied to engineering challenges.

Enroll Certification

Please note, the self-paced video courses offered on SoftInWay Turbomachinery University are intended solely for educational purposes.

Although the videos portray the full commercial license to demonstrate comprehensively the features available, the provided educational version of the software is intended as a learning tool and not for commercial applications or projects. For a list of educational restrictions, please refer to this page. Additionally, tutorials can be found here, which also describe software features and educational restrictions

To receive a commercial license, please reach out to

Watch AxCYCLE™ Thermodynamic Cycle Design Workshop Preview.

AxCYCLE™ Thermodynamic Cycle Design Workshop
  • Introduction to AxCYCLE™
  • Simulation of simple cycles and troubleshooting
  • Post processing capabilities of AxCYCLE™
  • Simulation of complex steam and gas turbine power plants
  • Design and off-design studies of aviation gas turbines
  • Combined cycle simulation
  • Design and analysis of specialized cycles such as ORC cycles, Supercritical CO2 cycles, Refrigeration cycles etc.
Consent Preferences