Aerospace & Defense
As consumers are looking for refreshing and comfortable experiences, cabin design is taking center stage as a dominant selling factor for the automotive, aerospace and industrial equipment industries.
Numerical flow simulations using the lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) evolved over the past 30 years to become a widely used CFD tool in industry.
Discover how aeroacoustic simulations are performed for aircraft using the PowerFLOW software. Specific applications covered include noise generated by landing gear and high-lift configurations.
Discover the value of aeroacoustic simulation in identifying various aircraft noise sources in real-world conditions. The aerospace industry has successfully reduced engine noise in recent years. Now, the focus is on identifying other noise sources and to mitigate the propagation and impact on the community. This will improve the flying experience for all.
Gear meshing plays an important part in the vibrational and acoustical behavior of gearboxes and drivetrains. This is especially relevant for analyzing electric drives. To reproduce the behavior in a simulation model, all these elements have to be represented in an appropriate way (e.g. as flexible bodies or force elements) meaning multibody simulation is the tool of choice.
We describe the solutions provided by Dassault Systèmes, and the benefits of incorporating noise simulation into your design processes. SIMULIA technical and industry experts will discuss all aspects of the topic in short presentations, roundtables, and interactive dialog (Q&A) with attendees.
The process allows running and analyzing the results of a full engine flow simulation by managing only high-level simulation conditions, without the hassle of manually preparing specific mesh refinements or dealing with the complex setup and post-processing for in-depth aeroacoustics performance evaluation.
To get installed antenna performance right first time, aircraft OEMs integrate closely with component suppliers. This allows suppliers to consider the final aircraft platform in the design and development of aircraft antennas.
We analyze communication system performance for an open-rotor concept aircraft design. We cover all aspects of the workflow including generating suitable antenna models for simulation, creating the aircraft/antenna model assembly, simulating installed performance using hybrid solver technology driven by Design of Experiments and combining antenna coupling with transmitter/receiver models to predict co-site interference.
Learn about the key benefits of SIMULIA solutions for detailed validation of aerospace structures. Scalable fidelity structural methodologies for use in different design phases and at different structural levels (from the full aircraft level down to coupon level) are also presented.
Discover how SIMULIA Fluids Solutions can be utilized to improve aircraft design for increased cruise flight performance; optimize high-lift performance for better takeoff and landing control; accurately predict high-speed buffet onset; and control aircraft aerodynamic performance degradation at icing conditions.
Learn about the key benefits of using SIMULIA fluids solutions by aircraft manufacturers. Viewers will gain deeper insights into noise generation mechanisms and develop noise reduction concepts, and learn how to meet certification requirements and airport community noise targets, and reduce design risks as well as overall development time and costs.
Learn how different simulation methods are used throughout the aircraft development process, supporting a continuous and unified Digital Thread from conceptual design all the way to flight tests.
We introduce the key benefits of SIMULIA solutions for detailed validation of aerospace structures. Scalable fidelity structural methodologies for use in different design phases and at different structural levels (from the full aircraft level down to coupon level) will be presented.
We discuss the usage of Abaqus/Explicit to solve challenging and complex engineering problems, focusing on some novel customer applications and recent developments of this state-of-the-art realist simulation tool.
We start with an introduction of the different tools addressing multi-phase. We will then look at Soiling and Water management within the T&M industry, Pandemic simulations with regards to PPE and HVAC design, Dynamic Flooding/Stability for Marine and Offshore, Gear lubrication for Industrial Equipment and DigitalROCK for Oil and Gas.
If you are an Abaqus user, there’s a strong chance you also have the optimization software Tosca included as part of your installation…along with a high likelihood you haven’t used it yourself. This e-seminar demonstrates how to incorporate optimization tools into existing FEA processes, with a particular focus on existing Abaqus users.
A dual-band antenna is designed and investigated with a Design of Experiments (DOE) procedure, to find out how geometric changes affect its electrical performance.
Abaqus continues to develop cutting edge capabilities for large-scale linear dynamics, superelements, and matrix operations. These technologies are not only applicable to “linear” models and analyses, but frequently (but often overlooked) can be powerful additions to more classic Abaqus workflows.
Additive manufacturing still presents many challenges, including part distortions, residual stress and microstructural defects.
E-seminar highlights: Leverage the latest generative design technology to optimize parts; increase build success with optimized part orientation and support structures; predict build failure, part quality and performance with validated simulation methods.
We present and demonstrate a new 3DEXPERIENCE app for calibrating Abaqus material models. This new tool is based upon an optimizing framework and accepts many different kinds of test data, and is able to calibrate many different Abaqus material models. Current Abaqus users can use this 3DEXPERIENCE app on-cloud, or 3DEXPERIENCE users can use it on-premise or on-cloud.
Learn how to design intelligent support structures, process simulation best practices and apply XFEM to predict potential build cracks during the LPBF-AM process.
Explore what an EMP is and how it can be modeled in SIMULIA CST Studio Suite to study the effects of an EMP event. Electromagnetic pulse (or EMP) is a short burst of very high, radiated electromagnetic energy and it has the potential to disrupt or destroy high-tech infrastructure and vehicular systems.
We show how to further improve the efficiency of lattice structures using the example of a turbine blade geometry. We will show the process of lattice generation in Abaqus, the application of appropriate in-service loading conditions, the import of the optimized result into the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, and finally perform a thermal-mechanical process simulation.
See how simulation can help meet the very short design cycles in wireless device design and also how it can enable and accelerate the design process for emerging applications such as high speed, low latency vehicle communication and precision manufacturing applications.
We discuss common problems that occur in such an environment and solution strategies to tackle them. CST Studio Suite offers a unique complete solution which can look at these problems on many different levels, from the individual component or PCB level all the way up to a complete vehicle and its surrounding infrastructure.
We introduce our new iterative solver based on AMG technology. We describe the benefit for direct and iterative solver depending on the size of the model based on the case studies. The audience can have better understanding on our new iterative solver and guidance on which solver is best fit for their application.
See how we can use Isight and Abaqus to simulate the problem by taking into account manufacturing tolerances and material variation to estimate the probability that fluid can contact the O-ring.
We provide insight into how Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA solutions for cloud HPC offer cost and productivity benefits for all company sizes across a wide range of industrial applications.
We discuss the eigenstrain method as it is used in the context of additive manufacturing process simulations.
Learn about the thermo-mechanical method as it is used in the context of various types of manufacturing processes and simulations.
We take a close look at the long-established SIMULIA framework for material modeling. The framework offers access to a wide variety of physical behaviors, and provides customization to represent novel materials, including user-defined material models.
We review the main aspects of the high power radio frequency (RF) breakdown effects that occur in space hardware, namely multipactor discharge and ionization breakdown.
We talk about the most recent advances in SIMULIA’s multiscale materials modeling, including Mean Field Homogenization, Material Calibration App, advanced features, and realistic industrial examples.
Focus on contact modeling with Abaqus. Recent developments in both Abaqus/Standard and Abaqus/Explicit are described in detail and best practices for obtaining robust and accurate solutions are covered.
We focus on key multiphysics simulation technologies in Abaqus and on 3DEXPERIENCE platform that let product engineers ensure top notch quality for their product designs.
This e-seminar is of value to any stakeholder involved in product sign-off; design engineers, simulation analysts, manufacturing experts and users alike, and who wish to have a framework on which to base decisions regarding the safety of their end customers.
We discuss how numerical methods are sought to provide insight into the process and help accelerate progress in raising the quality of AM parts.