Thermal management is a key challenge when designing conventional airplanes. Electrification makes this challenge even harder due to a high volume of electric equipment, which drastically increases heat loads. However, the use of composites structures limits the ability to reject heat outboard. For this reason, airframers may need to retrofit their fleet and install inerting systems to avoid any flammability concerns in the fuel systems.
The aircraft’s fuel system plays a critical role in your thermal management strategy since it helps dissipate a large amount of heat generated by increased aircraft electrification. In this webinar, Safran Aerosystems and Siemens will discuss how Simcenter enables you to keep aircraft safer and cooler.
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Inerting System Modeling Expert
Aerospace Business Development Manager, Simcenter System Simulation
Stéphane joined Siemens in 2005 as a sales representative for major aerospace customers. Today, Stéphane leads aerospace and defense business development for Simcenter system simulation solutions.
Simcenter 3D Aerospace Business Development Manager