Pratt & Whitney Standardizes on ANSYS Engineering Simulation
Broad access to ANSYS’ leading multiphysics platform helps create the next generation of aircraft engines and auxiliary power units
PITTSBURGH, May 02, 2017 – ANSYS (NASDAQ: ANSS), the global industry leader in engineering simulation software, announced today that Pratt & Whitney has signed a new agreement, giving it access to ANSYS’ leading engineering simulation and services.
A division of United Technologies Corporation (NYSE: UTX), Pratt & Whitney is a world leader in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft engines and auxiliary power units.
"The new agreement with ANSYS will increase collaboration across Pratt & Whitney’s global teams to help us more efficiently solve some of our most complex engineering challenges,” said Steve Morford, vice president, Core Systems Engineering at Pratt & Whitney. “In turn, that enables us to reduce expensive physical testing and accelerate product development.”
“For nearly a century, Pratt & Whitney has led the industry with cutting-edge aircraft engines,” said Shane Emswiler, vice president of product development, ANSYS. “We are honored to work with this true innovator over the years and look forward to strengthening our relationship through the power of engineering simulation.”
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