LPTi would like to thank the participants of Turbo Expo 2017 in Charlotte for stopping by our booth, showing interest in our engineering services and products, and for taking the time to watch a demo of our digital twin of a gas turbine – XactLIFE GT. We would also like to thank all the attendees of our paper presentation by Anthony Jarrett on June 29th, titled “Validation of a Gas Turbine Thermodynamic Model Without Accurate Component Maps”, authored by Anthony Jarrett and Ying Chen.
We thoroughly enjoyed the many interactions that we had with the members of the academia, various research institutes, OEMs, system integrators, testing and simulation specialists, MROs and users. We got to know the varied challenges facing the gas turbine industry and discussed how LPTi could become part of a comprehensive solution. We also got valuable feedback and comments on our XactLIFE GT product.
We look forward to continuing the interesting discussions that we had in Turbo Expo 2017 participants and seek opportunities for partnering, collaborating and providing support and solutions to the gas turbine community at large.