Aerospace & Defense
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Siemens PLM Software, a leader in media and telecommunications software, delivers digital solutions for cutting-edge technology supporting complex products in a rapidly changing market.Explore Industry
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Leverage a digital strategy to Improve hot section performance in gas turbine engine design
Improving hot section performance through improved combustor design and more efficient turbine blade cooling
Simcenter portfolio multi-physics simulation allows to improve hot section performance
The gas turbine engine industry is under extraordinary pressure to improve performance and durability in their offerings to meet the demands of their commercial and defense customers. Additionally, there has been a shift in business model from purchase to lease where the maintenance is the responsibility of the engine maker.
While the current aero-engine programs are frantically working to increase monthly production and delivery rates, there are significant technological and architectural challenges yet to overcome. To meet these challenges requires significant innovation to improve engine efficiency all while reducing emissions. Achieving these goals will likely require new thermal-mechanical performance, combustion and emissions, structural and systems innovation.
In this webinar, we will illustrate how a digital strategy leveraging multi-physics simulation allows organizations to improve hot section performance through improved combustor design and more efficient turbine blade cooling.
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