december, 2020

16dec4:005:00Additive Thermal Management Takes Flight, Part 2


Event Details

In the first webinar of this two-part series, we introduced the new 3D printed heat exchanger for GE Aviation’s GE9X jet engine. This new design has a completely different profile – one that includes optimized channels and complex internal geometries that take full advantage of AM’s design freedoms. We also discussed the large opportunity for growth of applications like this in the aerospace market segment. Click on the link above to watch Part 1.

At the conclusion of the webinar, we asked for feedback from attendees on topics they would like to hear about in more detail. We will use “Part 2” to address several of those topics.

Join James Bonar, GE Additive’s AddWorks leader focused on new product integration and technology maturation programs; Mark Fuller, senior designer with more than a decade of AM experience; and Curt Hogan, additive technologies design engineer, as they discuss:

  • Management of complex CAD geometries
  • Details on the development process of an AM heat exchanger
  • Characterization of additive critical engine parts
  • Certification and qualification of thermal management devices for aerospace

Read more and register here


(Wednesday) 4:00 - 5:00




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