Safran Aircraft Engines will use Ansys’ state-of-the-art simulation solutions to improve end-to-end structural and thermal simulation workflow in new aircraft engine programs
- Ansys will support Safran Aircraft Engines’ commitment to developing sustainable technologies with advanced simulation tools for structural and thermal design and validation
- Safran Aircraft Engines will reduce the time and cost of developing advanced aircraft engine solutions by leveraging Ansys’ robust and accurate predictive solvers
- Collaboration will enable pioneering advances in structural design for the aerospace industry
PITTSBURGH, May 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Global Aircraft Engine Leader Safran Aircraft Engines to Implement Industry-Leading Finite Element Analysis (FEA) Tools from Ansys (NASDAQ:ANSS) as Structural and Thermal Simulation Solution end-to-end in new next-generation aircraft engine development programs. The integration will support aviation sustainability efforts while improving Safran Aircraft Engine’s productivity and profitability.
Safran Aircraft Engines will deploy Ansys Mechanical FEA software for design and validation in CFM RISE1 technology program, which is driven by the commitment of the global aviation industry to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Simulation is an important technology to accelerate the development of new technologies that are sustainable by default, while improving technologies to meet energy efficiency standards.
As such, the RISE program will leverage Ansys’ robust simulation tools to support three main technology pillars, including advanced open fan architecture, new materials and hybrid electrification capabilities to enable the reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by more than 20% compared to today’s most efficient engines.
“Ansys’ best-in-class simulation software and deep understanding of our industry challenges will enable us to help our engineers develop sustainable technologies for our future aircraft engine programs,” said Michel. Brioude, vice-president of engineering, research and technology at Safran Aircraft Engines. “By leveraging Ansys tools, Safran Aircraft Engines will benefit from improved usability, a streamlined workflow and a set of technologies enabling scalability and optimizing our research and development process through virtual prototyping. .
Thermal and mechanical engineers from Safran Aircraft Engines will leverage Ansys simulation solutions for advanced engine developments, including sophisticated structural designs such as a ductless open fan, improved composite material to combat higher temperatures and hybrid electrification to reduce emissions. Additionally, high-fidelity solving features such as fluid-structure interaction capabilities and faster solving times will allow Safran Aircraft Engines to significantly reduce development time with a significant reduction in simulation workflow compared to to the company’s previous FEA tools.
“Safran Aircraft Engines is a world leader in aircraft engine manufacturing, providing high-end equipment, and Ansys is a world leader in simulation, providing high-quality FEA software for structural analysis and technology” , said Shane Emswiler, senior vice president of products at Ansys. “After many years of close collaboration, we are delighted to announce that Ansys simulation software will now help Safran Aircraft Engines engineers design breakthrough innovations for aircraft engines that meet durability standards, while reducing development time and cost to better serve the aerospace industry faster and faster. effectively.”
Ansys will provide technical support to Safran Aircraft Engines when integrating the software into current and future developments.
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