ANSYS Advantage — Best of Aerospace and Defense 2018

ANSYS Advantage — Best of Aerospace and Defense 2018

ANSYS Advantage — Best of Aerospace and Defense 2018

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.

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  • BRAKING SYSTEMS

    Safe Landing

    ANSYS SCADE solutions help Crane Aerospace & Electronics to design braking systems that are certified for safety.
  • Electrifying the Aviation Industry

    The University of Nottingham’s Institute for Aerospace Technology conducts ongoing efforts to electrify traditional aircraft designs for lower environmental impact and greater energy efficiency.
  • RF AND WIRELESS

    Inside Story

    Inatel and Embraer are developing new ways to install antennas to save fuel. Simulation predicts performance of the proposed installations.
  • Startups

    Lighten Up

    Using engineering simulation, a small company has developed sturdy, lightweight cargo pallets that are 18 percent lighter than traditional pallets. 

  • RF AND WIRELESS

    Tuning in to Antenna Design

    Using engineering simulation, big compute and 3-D printing, Optisys achieves a large reduction in antenna size and weight while reducing development time
  • Aerospace and Defense

    Climate 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.
  • Mastering Complexity

    Executives at Airbus explain how the aerospace giant uses simulation to manage and integrate the increasingly complex, distributed smart systems that comprise the modern jet aircraft.
  • Aerospace and Defense

    Calm Landing

    Simulation of water landings for unmanned aerial vehicles saves physical testing time and costs.
     
  • Aerospace and Defense

    To the Test

    Bird strike simulation at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited saves design time and thousands of dollar per test of composite helicopter components.
     
  • Aerospace and Defense

    Passing the Test

    By modeling Lufthansa Technik’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.
     
  • Aerospace and Defense

    Ruggedized Systems: Cool and Connected

    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 trade-offs.
     
  • AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE

    Hitting the Brakes

    United States Air Force jets were being damaged when the tow tractor that transports them around bases came to a sudden stop. Using ANSYS Mechanical, engineers determined the cause and devised a simple solution to this multimillion-dollar problem.
  • THOUGHT LEADER

    Aiming High

    By developing microsatellites, startup Vector is opening up the “space race” to a new generation of small and midsized businesses.
  • AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE

    Balloon-Borne Vehicles Provide a Bird’s-Eye View

    World View engineers saved an estimated eight months and about $600,000 by employing simulation to determine the right design before building and testing a prototype of a balloon-borne vehicle to replace satellites.

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