E-seminar Overview

Aerospace & Defense

Gear meshing plays an important part in the vibrational and acoustical behavior of gearboxes and drivetrains.

A demonstration of this capability will be provided for an A&D application but extensions to other industries will be summarized.

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.

Understand how simulation can help in achieving better thermal management, predicting strength, stiffness and durability of battery.