Finite Element Analysis Challenges in External Configuration Hardware

This presentation was made at the NAFEMS Americas Seminar - Confidence in Engineering Simulation: The Next 10 Years of CAE in Mexico.

What is the future for engineering analysis and simulation in Mexico? Discover innovative engineering simulation processes and tools which are helping companies in Mexico improve production capabilities. Engage with domain experts, industry leaders, and peers in a focused, comprehensive one-day event that covers topics on engineering analysis, simulation, and systems modeling and simulation that every engineer in Mexico should know.

Resource Abstract

By 2018, GE Aviation had more than 33,000 engines in service, being the world leader in jet engine manufacturing. GE Aviation has manufacturing, engineering and service business units spread around the world, being GEIQ the engineering design campus in Mexico. Among several engineering services GEIQ offers to GE Aviation, there is rotor and turbine life assessment and External Hardware ownership and design, just to mention a few. This paper summarizes the challenges that GEIQ faces when analyzes such external components by Low-Cycle and High Cycle fatigue loads, elastoplastic loads such Fan Blade Out or Burst Pressure, buckling, and the validation process from a simple modal analysis to ping/engine test. It also walks through the FEA evolution from the reliable CFM56 to LEAP and how that 30% efficiency improvement was possible, and gives an insight about some tools that are going to be used in the future such as additive manufacturing and design optimization.

Document Details

ReferenceS_May_19_Americas_3
AuthorVidriales Escobar. L
LanguageEnglish
TypePresentation
Date 8th November 2018
OrganisationGE Aviation
RegionAmericas

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