Addressing the Challenges of Designing Supersonic Business Jets
Join us and gain insight on how advances in simulation are enabling a new era in civilian flight.
June 17, 2021
10 AM EDT / 3 PM BST / 7:30 PM IST
The NASA X-59 QueSST (Quiet Supersonic Transport) is undergoing final assembly right now. Flights in 2021 and 2022 are expected to demonstrate that advanced shaping of aircraft can reduce the supersonic boom to negligible levels. Join us and gain insight on how advances in simulation are enabling a new era in civilian flight! This presentation will briefly cover new software features that enable a new supersonic era by removing the "boom". We will help contextualize the new features with background from the external aero nearfield sonic boom prediction on the NASA X-59 geometry. As time permits, we may touch on additional multiphysics capability as applied to the upcoming generation of low-boom supersonic aircraft.
Speaker: Luke Munholand
Luke Munholand, PhD is a Lead Application Engineer at Ansys. For more that 14 years he has provided technical guidance to customers who seek maximum value for their simulation effort. Luke specializes in Computational Fluid Dynamics for the Defense and Bio-technology areas.
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