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Best of Aerospace and Defense
Aerospace and defense companies share many commonalities in the type of products they produce, the harsh environments these products operate in, and their overriding focus on safety and reliability. However, the commercial aircraft, space and defense sectors each face unique market trends. In this aerospace and defense-focused magazine, we explore how these trends drive technology innovation and the way leading companies leverage simulation-driven product development to deliver tangible business impact.
EDITORIALThe View from 30,000 Feet - ANSYS in Aerospace and Defense
The commercial aircraft, space and defense sectors each face unique market trends that drive technology innovation and the way leading companies leverage simulation-driven product development to deliver tangible business impact.
BRAKING SYSTEMSSafe Landing
ANSYS SCADE solutions help Crane Aerospace & Electronics to design braking systems that are certified for safety.
THOUGHT LEADERPowered by Innovation
Known for game-changing product innovations, Pratt & Whitney has relied on engineering simulation to fuel its design process for over 35 years. Al Brockett, former vice president of engineering module centers, discusses the role of robust design in delivering revolutionary new products with a high degree of confidence.
Aerospace and DefenseClimate Control Gets Elevated
Extreme temperature and pressure differences outside the aircraft while in flight and on the ground must be accommodated to keep passengers comfortable and safe.
FLUID–THERMAL SYSTEM DESIGNAbove the Cloud
Cloud computing reduces by 80 percent the time required for a coupled CFD and structural simulation.
Going Great Guns
Finite element analysis helps to improve design of a maintenance trainer for a tracked combat vehicle.
Aerospace and DefenseAir Power
ANSYS multiphysics software enables engineers to design new airships 40 percent faster than for the previous generation.
AEROSPACE AND DEFENSEEye in the Sky
A small engineering team designed, verified, generated and integrated 125,000 lines of code to control an unmanned aerial system using ANSYS SCADE in one-third the time required had the code been written in C.
ROCKET ENGINESTesting the Next Generation of Rockets
Structural analysis provides additional thrust for analyzing rocket engine test equipment.
The New Space Race
Next-generation rocket technologies and leading-edge engineering practices are moving Firefly Space Systems toward making space more accessible.
RF AND MICROWAVEHot Wire
Multiphysics simulation helps to achieve robust electronics design for high-power antennas and microwave components.