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Lighten Up - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V11 I1

Reducing cargo weight is important to increase aircraft fuel efficiency. Using engineering simulation, Carbon Freight has developed sturdy, lightweight cargo pallets that are 18 percent lighter than traditional pallets.

Author: Carbon Freight Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Structures
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Lighten Up - Article - Dimensions - Spring 2017

One way to reduce the weight of air freight and improve aircraft fuel efficiency is to decrease the weight of pallets. Carbon Freight is transforming cargo carrying with a product that is 18 percent lighter than traditional pallets.

Author: Carbon Freight Type: Article Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Aircraft, Aircraft OEMs and Suppliers


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The View from 30,000 Feet - ANSYS Advantage - Best of Aerospace & Defense 2016 - Article

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.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Article Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Aircraft OEMs and Suppliers, Federal Defence and Weapon System, Space


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ANSYS Advantage - Best of Aerospace & Defense 2016 - Article

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.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Article Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Aircraft OEMs and Suppliers, Federal Defence and Weapon System, Space


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Passing the Test - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V10 I2

Jet engine test cell simulation helps Lufthansa Technik improve jet engine performance. By modeling the company’s highly complex test cell, engineers can apply those results to the jet engine itself and obtain test results that are very close to what the engine will experience in its operating environment. Engineers can then optimize the engine for thermodynamic performance to reduce fuel consumption and wear, leading to decreased costs and increased engine life.

Author: Lufthansa Technik AG Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS ICEM CFD, ANSYS CFX
Product Category: Fluids, Platform
Industry: Aerospace and Defense, Industrial Equipment
Sub Industry: Thermal Turbomachinery


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To the Test - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V10 I2

In the past, the only way to determine whether composite aircraft components could withstand bird strikes was with time-consuming physical tests. Now, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited engineers use simulation to get the design right the first time. Bird strike simulation saves the company design time and thousands of dollar per test of composite helicopter components.

Author: Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Autodyn, ANSYS Composite PrepPost
Product Category: Structures
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Blast and Explosion and Impact


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Ruggedized Systems: Cool and Collected - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V10 I2

To meet demanding military specifications for mobile and interconnected surveillance, communication and operational devices, Kontron uses sophisticated thermal simulation to balance size, weight, power and cooling (SWaP-C) trade-offs for 'ruggedized' modular chassis that support customized solutions for mission-critical operations.

Author: Kontron Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Icepak, ANSYS DesignModeler, ANSYS DesignXplorer
Product Category: Fluids, High Performance Computing, Electronics - Cooling
Industry: High Tech, Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: A and D Electronics


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Calm Landing - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V10 I2

Performing flight tests that include water landings of unmanned aerial vehicles is cost-prohibitive Simulation of this challenging landing maneuver that includes multiphase flow, compression of water and small computational time steps saves physical testing time and costs.

Author: Singapore Technologies Aerospace Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Climate Control Gets Elevated - ANSYS Advantage - Article - V10 I1

Extreme temperature and pressure differences outside the aircraft while in-flight and on the ground must be accommodated to keep passengers comfortable and safe. Systems-level simulation and detailed thermal analysis are combined to meet industry standards.

Author: Tianjin University and Purdue University Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Simplorer
Product Category: Fluids, Systems
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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The New Space Race - Dimensions - Article - V1 I1

Thomas Markusic founded Firefly Space Systems, Inc., in 2014, for one simple reason: to make space more accessible. The former SpaceX engineer is using next-generation rocket technologies and leading-edge engineering practices to move Firefly toward the mass production of affordable launch systems for small satellites. Its goal is to get these launch systems to market quickly, using the simplest and most cost-effective technologies available. While few companies are rewriting the rules of their industry to the same degree as Firefly, this company has valuable lessons for every organization that’s seeking to increasingly invigorate development efforts.

Author: Firefly Type: Article Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Space


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