SmartUQ announced today that it will collaborate with the Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI), a non-profit corporation that manages The Probabilistic Analysis Consortium for Engines (PACE), to develop a probabilistic framework for quantifying uncertainties in the secondary flow and heat transfer model for turbine engines.
“At SmartUQ, our mission is to solve difficult uncertainty quantification and analytic problems for our clients, no matter the industry,” SmartUQ Chief Scientist Peter Qian said in a statement. “This collaboration with PACE is a great opportunity to continue our mission and to solve one of the industry’s top uncertainty quantification challenges.”
According to a release, SmartUQ will employ advanced statistical methods to quantify and predict uncertainty in key output parameters of the secondary flow model.
Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.