Ansys simulation tools are perfect solutions to examine all the challenges of hypersonic speed. As an aircraft begins to travel above Mach 1, fluids start to exhibit different physical behavior. Our multiphysics simulations enable users to capture the complex phenomena that occur, including strong shocks, plasma, ablation, structural deformation and chemical nonequilibrium. Shorten your development time and reduce testing efforts with industry-leading software that allows you to quickly tackle problems specific to hypersonic design.
At hypersonic speeds, many challenges may arise that need to be closely examined. There are so few wind tunnels in the world capable of testing hypersonic prototypes, and flight testing is extremely expensive and lengthy. Simulation offers the best and most cost-effective way to look at this flight regime. Ansys simulation tools can be used to examine all the challenges associated with hypersonic speed.
Ansys simulation tools can be used to examine all the challenges one may face while traveling at hypersonic speed.
In this on-demand webinar, we focus on the numerical study of the external aerodynamics of two cruise missile geometries. The first is a generic high-supersonic/low-hypersonic geometry. The study analyzes the main flow features to better understand the physical phenomena that govern the behavior of canard geometries at different angles of attack.
The resurgence in hypersonic technology highlights the need to simulate complex systems using computer simulations. Given the extreme costs of flight testing and the limited capabilities of ground-based wind tunnels, computer simulation is a key enabling technology to stay ahead in the design and analysis of hypersonic vehicles.
As a leader in combustion/reacting modeling, Ansys tools are being used to solve some of the A&D industry’s toughest problems. In this webinar, we will focus on workflows that apply high-speed combustion/reacting flow models for use in air breathing engines (ramjet, scramjet, RDE), re-entry chemistry, liquid/solid rocket motors, etc.