Like every other industry segment, the airline industry is undergoing a transformation with an increased push towards aircraft electrification. The aircraft of the future is projected to be more autonomous, connected and electric – requiring aircraft configurations and propulsion systems that are radically different. While a 100% electric commercial aircraft may be some years away, there is increasing investment by industry, government and academia into all aspects of related and enabling technologies. In many cases, lessons learned from the automotive sector can be valuable in furthering this technology for aviation. Pervasive engineering simulation aids in cost reduction and increased product reliability through digital exploration in the design and operation phases of product development cycle. This webinar focuses on simulation technologies that aid in the modeling and development of electric aircraft components.
- Discover technologies for electric components simulation.
- Explore modeling and development of electric aircraft components.
- Learn best practices for addressing challenges of electric propulsion.
Speaker: Sreedevi Krishnan
Sreedevi Krishnan is a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) application engineer at Ansys. She has been with Ansys for 10 years, working mostly with advanced automotive applications. Her main areas of expertise are volume of fluid (VOF) methods and FSI. Sree holds a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of Iowa.