The engineers working in EDC are engaged in the design and improvement of parts of units of aircraft engines, turbine propulsion systems for ships and turbines for land applications (using of the so-called areoderivative gas engines as electricity generators), high-power gas turbines, steam turbines, as well as power boilers and environment protection equipment, such as filters and electrostatic precipitators.
The engineers from EDC are also involved in design, analysis and servicing of such machines as compressors, turbonexpanders and gas turbines used in the petroleum and chemical industries. EDC also carries out activities related to supporting production and testing of parts and components.
EDC enables the use of the intellectual potential of the best graduates from Polish universities of technology, allowing Poland to keep the most talented engineering graduates in the country. Thanks to the fact that EDC has the most talented Polish engineering staff, the center can participate in ambitious projects such as design of the most modern jet engines in the world.
EDC was involved in the engineering works related to creating one of the most technologically advanced and most innovative aircraft engines, i.e. Genx, which was created as a part of the GE Ecomagination initiative.
This engine will be installed, among others, in the latest Boeing aircraft model B747-8 and 787 Dreamliner. The engineers working in EDC were responsible for the key solutions of many of its components and worked at its design from the very outset.
EDC closely cooperates with the best Polish technical universities by organizing numerous practical and technical trainings, as well as by supporting competitions for engineers and university research groups.
EDC is also a technical partner of many educational conferences. Every year, more than 100 future engineers take part in the practical trainings organized by EDC.