Simulation enables researchers to develop an efficient engine fan that produces less acoustic noise.
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Designing gas turbines to meet stringent performance and regulatory safety standards remains a challenging process. Committed to driving the success of the gas turbine community, Ansys delivers an end-to-end simulation solution that provides a streamlined workflow, enabling customers to design and optimize the next generation of gas turbines. This webinar spotlights Ansys' investments in core technologies that will help you create innovative gas turbines that are safer and more reliable than ever.
Learn how to harness simulation to create unique gas turbine designs.
Discover how simulation helps you streamline your gas turbine design process, cut costs, speed time to market and reduce overdesign.
Understand how simulation helps balance optimization parameters in the early stages of development.
Explore how you can leverage simulations to tune the overall performance of gas turbine models.
Cloud computing reduces by 80 percent the time required for a coupled CFD and structural simulation.
Jet engine test cell simulation helps Lufthansa Technik improve jet engine performance. By modeling the company’s highly complex test cell, engineers can apply those results to the jet engine itself and obtain test results that are very close to what the engine will experience in its operating environment. Engineers can then optimize the engine for thermodynamic performance to reduce fuel consumption and wear, leading to decreased costs and increased engine life.
Simulations are critical for calibration of instruments as well as fast and accurate interpretation of data from the Phoenix Mars Lander. Researchers calibrated instruments on the Phoenix Mars Lander pre-mission in order to better understand and adjust gathered data. The speed to turnaround simulation during the mission required high-performance computing.
Parker Aerospace recruited workstations into a virtual server to deliver timely, robust designs.
Recent technology developments from ANSYS help aerospace engineers address pressing engineering challenges.