In this on-demand webinar and hands-on tutorial, we present the aircraft engine design of conventional and hybrid-electric aerospace engines using the multi-point design approach. Attendees were given access to the live web app, powered by Modelon Impact, to experiment with various multi-point design optimizations.
This webinar covers:
Introduction of multi-point design and its advantages
Introduction and comparison of two multi-point design approaches
Application for hybrid-electric concepts using a parallel hybrid design
Demo of simple multi-point design on turbojet and multi-point design on geared turbofan
Cranfield/MDH and NASA-Glenn multi-point design model simulations in the browser-based web app, powered by Modelon Impact
Michael Sielemann is the aerospace industry director at Modelon. He is specialized in thermo-fluid dynamics, optimization, and numerical algorithms for the computation of steady-state solutions. Michael holds MSc and PhD degrees in aerospace and mechanical engineering.
Midhun Joy is an Application Engineer at Modelon with experience in simulation and computational analysis. He holds a MSc degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois.
Steady-state technology and multi-execution capabilities enable the modeling and simulation of chassis to determine how a vehicle will drive. This is enabled by Modelon Impact’s Vehicle Dynamics Library.
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