ANSYS at the Turbo Expo

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  • Turbomachine design and optimization
  • Additive manufacturing and materials information
  • Digital twins

 

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Workshops and Tutorials at Turbo Expo 2020

WORKSHOP: MATERIALS SELECTION AND SUSTAINABILITY FOR AEROSPACE: TURBOCHARGERS

Dr. Claes Fredriksson, Luca Masi, Dr. Tatiana Vakhitova, Granta Education Team, ANSYS

Operating in very hostile environments, turbochargers are subjected to corrosive, high-velocity exhaust gases exceeding 1000°C, as well as significant tensile, vibrational and bending loads. In this workshop, we will explore the basics of systematic materials selection methodology and how to apply those techniques to ensure the mechanical viability and sustainability of the turbine blades.

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WORKSHOP: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING SIMULATION

Jeff Bronson, Lead Additive Manufacturing Expert, ANSYS

Learn how simulations can be used to guide the entire design for additive manufacturing process from lightweighting (topology optimization) to orientation and support generation, gaining valuable insight into the process itself. Predict and prevent distortion, residual stresses and blade crashes. Determine optimal process parameters and go further by exploring materials and microstructure.

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TUTORIAL: MATERIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR EFFICIENCY IN AERO ENGINE DESIGN

Geoff Lunn, Application Engineer, ANSYS

Materials are vital to effective aero engine design. Manufacturers want to push the performance envelope for alloys and composites. They need to qualify and certify materials for new applications. And they are continually monitoring material performance and using this information in maintenance, and to inform future design. In this tutorial we will review the importance of effective materials data management, discuss the technical and organizational challenges, show how these have been overcome and provide some suggestions for organizations wishing to implement best practices.

 

Conference Paper Presentations

GT2020-15821: MODEL ORDER REDUCTION APPROACH FOR AEROELASTICITY ANALYSIS OF TURBOMACHINERY BLADED COMPONENTS

Dr. Suntil Patil, Industry Leader – Turbomachinery and Propulsion, ANSYS

 

GT2020-14523: IMPACT OF SCALAR VARIANCE MODELING ON SPRAY VAPORIZATION IN TURBULENT ENVIRONMENT

Dr. Hossam Elasrag, ANSYS

 

GT2020-15274: GENERATING LAMINAR FLAME SPEED LIBRARIES FOR AUTOIGNITION CONDITIONS

Karthik Puduppakkam, Abhijit U. Modak, Cheng Wang, Devin Hodgson, Chitralkumar V. Naik and Ellen Meeks, ANSYS

 

GT2020-15349: PREDICTION OF IGNITION PROBABILITY FOR LIQUID FUELED GAS TURBINE COMBUSTORS USING FLAME-PARTICLE BASED METHOD AND EXPLORATION OF METHODS TO IMPROVE ITS ACCURACY USING HIGH FIDELITY SIMULATION

Sourabh Shrivastava, Pravin Nakod and Prem Andrade, ANSYS

 

GT2020-16003: DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTEGRATED PROCEDURE FOR COMBUSTOR AERO-THERMAL PRELIMINARY DESIGN

Carlo Alberto Elmi, University of Florence; Fabio Agnolio, GE Avio; Roberto Ferraro, GE Avio; Anne Menard, ANSYS France; Hauke Reese, ANSYS Germany; and Antonio Andreini, University of Florence

 

GT2020-14977: ASSESSMENT OF SCALE RESOLVING CFD METHODS FOR THE AEROTHERMAL PREDICTION OF LEAN BURN AEROENGINE COMBUSTORS

Simone Paccati, Antonio Andreini, Davide Bertini and Lorenzo Mazzei, University of Florence; Sunil Patil, Sourabh Shrivastava, Rakesh Yadav and Carlo Arguinzoni, ANSYS

 

GT2020-15061: PERFORMANCE DEGRADTION DUE TO ICE BLOCKAGE IN A CORE STATOR

Shezad Nilamdeen and David Switchenko, ANSYS

 

GT2020-14431: A VOF BASED METHODOLOGY FOR THE ADVANCED DESIGN OF HIGH-SPEED AEROENGINE GEARBOX

Jean-Sebastien Dick and Matthieu Boudreau, Pratt & Whitney Canada; Rohit Sharma, Aditya Kshatriya and Vinay Gupta, ANSYS

 

GT2020-14810: APPLICATION OF THE HARMONIC BALANCE METHOD TO A SUPERSONIC TURBINE STAGE

Robert Blumenthal, Laith Zori and Juan Carlos Morales, ANSYS

 

GT2020-15845: MODELING OF PARTIALLY WETTING LIQUID FILM USING AN ENHANCED THIN FILM MODEL FOR AERO-ENGINE BEARING CHAMBER APPLICATIONS

Kuldeep Singh, Medhat Sharabi, Richard Jefferson-Loveday, Stephen Ambrose and Carol Eastwick, University of Nottingham; Adrian Jacobs, Rolls-Royce; Jing Cao, ANSYS

 

GT2020-14482: IMPACT OF MULTI-ROW UNSTEADY AERODYNAMIC INTERACTION ON THE FORCED RESPONSE BEHAVIOUR OF AN EMBEDDED COMPRESSOR ROTOR

Shreyas Hegde and Robert Kielb, Duke University; Laith Zori and Rubens Campregher, ANSYS

 

GT2020-15814: A FULLY NON-ADIABATIC FLAMELET GENERATED MANIFOLD MODEL FOR HIGH FIDELITY MODELING OF THE TURBULENT COMBUSTION IN GAS TURBINE LIKE CONDITIONS

Rakesh Yadav, Ishan Verma, Abhijit Modak and Shaoping Li, ANSYS

 

GT2020-14765: NEAR-WALL TURBULENCE MODELING FOR WALL HEAT TRANSFER PREDICTIONS IN GAS TURBO ENGINES

Hossam Elasrag, ANSYS; Jarosław Gorlach and Dominik Kubicki, Łukasiewicz Research Network – Institute of Aviation; Won-Wook Kim, Pratt & Whitney; Krzysztof Benkiewicz, GE; Shih-Yang Hsieh, GE Global Research; Allen Danis, GE Aviation

 

GT2020-14717: SBES/FGM SIMULATION OF FILM-COOLED SURFACE HEAT TRANSFER AND NEAR-WALL REACTION

Yu Xia, Patrick Sharkey, Stefano Orsino, Mike Kuron, Florian Menter and Ishan Verma, ANSYS; Robert Malecki and Baris Sen, Pratt & Whitney

 

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