In this webinar, you will learn how to use an integrated system simulation methodology for innovative aircraft design. Discover how a multidisciplinary, integrated system simulation approach gives a sustainable competitive advantage.
Aviation is experiencing a wave of innovations in engine and aircraft design to reply to new trends for sustainability and mobility. Electrification, hydrogen powered aircraft and digitalization are among factors defining the future competitive advantage of any incumbent or new entrant in the aviation sector.
To address these key challenges, dedicated approaches are to be applied where simulation plays a central role all along the design process. From conceptual, preliminary and detail design phases, use of modeling and simulation at system level results in shorter development time and reduced risk while removing silos between disciplines and applications.
Aerospace innovation with system simulation
Learn how to:
Optimize the physical behavior of the systems composing a future aircraft: fluid actuation, electric power and networks, thermal management, cabin comfort, electromagnetics and more
Implement a scalable modeling approach, from component level to integrated aircraft and from low- to high-fidelity representations
Use a model-based systems approach to obtain an integrated simulation model of flying concepts
Adopt a digital twin approach to support all development phases – from early concept, trade-off studies and detailed design to verification and certification processes
Aircraft system simulation – Diamond Aircraft use case
Review a use case for aircraft system simulation demonstrating fuel tank optimization in extreme flight conditions. See how Diamond Aircraft Industries, together with ACAM Engineering, create an optimized design of wing-integral tanks to ensure fuel supply in extreme flight conditions – without unduly lengthening the refueling process.
Find out how to:
Model complex tanks and fuel systems from CAD data
Analyze refueling, spinning and inverted flight on tank fuel dynamic state
Meet the speakers
Florian Schüssler has many years of experience as a simulation engineer. In the course of his career, he has taken on the technical management of more than 150 engineering projects in the field of CAE.
In addition to his work as managing director, he is a lecturer at the Vienna University of Applied Sciences for finite elements and computational fluid dynamics and he works as a court-certified expert for finite elements.
Aerospace Business Development Manager, Simcenter System Simulation
David has held several business development positions related to system simulation in Asia and Europe. With a mechanical engineering background and MBA from Lyon University, he is now part of the Simcenter Aerospace team to develop system simulation solutions worldwide.