ANSYS and GE form new collaboration agreement

  • 13-May-2014 09:31 EDT
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Aeroelastic simulation of air engine fan in ANSYS CFX.

ANSYS and GE Aviation have established a new joint technology collaboration agreement that will help solve future engineering challenges and drive product development processes. ANSYS and GE Aviation will work together over a range of applications to establish forward-looking analysis techniques that leverage expertise from both parties. In the first project under this agreement, ANSYS and GE Aviation will investigate industry data to create new engineering best practices associated with the accurate analysis of some of GE's core industrial products. Projects may include simulation of system-level product performance, enhanced by live data, to predict overall system efficiency and maximize product life.

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