SoftInWay Releases New Version of AxSTREAM System Simulation

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The AxSTREAM software includes thermal and fluid component analysis, capabilities for parametric studies and optimizations, and component customization.

SoftInWay has announced the release of its updated AxSTREAM System Simulation (AxSTREAM) software, which focuses on system design capabilities, advanced thermal analysis, and features to meet changing industry demands.

This version of AxSTREAM introduces features to improve the user experience, including thermal and fluid components to manage heat transfer and hydraulic issues in rotating and stationary elements. In addition, the software offers multi-run capabilities for parametric studies and optimizations, as well as a feature for component customization.


The multi-run capabilities and component customization includes considerations for internal combustion engines, electrical power equipment, and a variety of electrochemical elements. SoftInWay, using its AxSTREAM package, is focused on refining combustion chamber calculations within gas turbines and rocket engines.

AxSTREAM has extended transient calculation capabilities to provide insights on dynamic system behavior affected by various conditions. These calculation expansions are useful for applications such as rocket engines, small modular reactors (SMRs), energy storage systems, and cooled gas turbines.

SoftInWay has also integrated the Wikibot into the latest AxSTREAM release—an iteration of AI support to enhance and complement the company’s support team. Wikibot leverages advanced AI technology to deliver information in a prompt and conversational format. This AI-supported chatbot will be available across the entire SoftInWay portfolio as subsequent releases are announced.

“AxSTREAM System Simulation reflects our commitment to providing engineers with a powerful and flexible tool for coupled 0D-1D system design and modeling,” said Leonid Moroz, CEO, SoftInWay. “The incorporation of advanced thermal analysis, multi-run calculations, and the introduction of Wikibot exemplify our dedication to driving innovation in the engineering landscape.”