In this webinar, you will learn how a fly-it-before-you-build-it approach can help aerospace manufacturers and their suppliers deploy a comprehensive digital twin for aircraft performance engineering.
Digitalization for multi-disciplinary collaboration is the future of aircraft performance engineering. This methodology facilitates behavioral verification and validation by using realistic simulation to effectively tackle design complexities and remove silos between disciplines and applications. You will see how this approach to aircraft systems engineering results in shorter development time and reduced risk.
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You can use digital transformation to gain competitive advantage. Benefits of digitalization in aerospace include decision confidence, enabling insights, speed and agility and full traceability and alignment. With a digital twin that covers critical mission domains, you gain program execution excellence, building insights from performance to drive continuous improvement.
When you use a fly-it-before-you-build-it approach to aircraft performance engineering, you leverage digitalization in aerospace to:
As we move from traditional air travel to advanced air mobility, we need to overcome a few challenges and risks. Agile development processes are being embraced to contend with changes and uncertainties related to:
We must consider things like automated flight operations, the acceptance of communities, end-to-end passenger experiences and, of course, verification and certification. We need to bring together the different disciplines in a model-based systems engineering approach. This allows us to make aircraft architectural choices based on the virtual integrated aircraft that fits into an MBSE process.
Electrifying the propulsion system is among the most critical priorities for the aerospace industry. However, the power density that this requires generates thermal concerns, electrical system integration challenges and increased interactions between various physics. To handle this complexity, aircraft manufacturers need to upgrade their development processes from a static, document-based engineering approach to a dynamic model-based engineering approach.
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