The Moscow Aviation Institute held a master class "Aviation and rocket engines-present and future" with the participation of JSC ATC.
The program included a visit to the Additive technologies center, whose employees conducted an online tour in the production area, presented the most modern equipment for 3D printing and spoke in detail about the production technology of aircraft parts.
Aleksey Ionov, Deputy Director of the MAI Institute No. 2 “Aviation, Rocket Engines and Power Installation”, in an interview with Vladimir Marshov, deputy general Director of JSC ATC, spoke about the features of modern aircraft engines, promising directions for the development of their designs, and technological methods for achieving higher characteristics of aircraft engines of 5 and 6 generations.
- Additive technologies are an alternative method for creating physical objects. Producing by these methods we do not subtract the material, as for example, when milling. So these technologies give us more opportunities in producing objects of complex form and are often more economical, — Vladimir Marshov said.
The master class will allow applicants and students of MAI to learn more about modern technologies in aerospace engineering, target training and graduates’ career opportunities.
Broadcast of the open day is posted in the group "Come to MAI" Vkontakte.
For information: JSC Additive Technologies Center was established in 2018 based on holding companies of ROSTEC Aviation cluster to be the main integrator of additive manufacturing. The organization's stockholders are JSC "United Engine Corporation", JSC "Technodinamika", JSC "Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies", JSC "Russian Helicopters" and JSC "United Aircraft Corporation".