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Achieving earlier virtual integration of aircraft systems with Simcenter Amesim

Although commercial and military aviation development has matured, major challenges still exist. Looking at the current aircraft structural concepts, propulsion options and systems architecture, you can see that technology has revolutionized the process over the last 40 years, but current development concepts have nearly reached their limit. In order to respond to the many challenges related to air traffic demand, radical new technologies and concepts will be needed. The industry already faces numerous challenges on a global scale, ranging from new public policies and regulations to changing individual values and more mobile lifestyles. Like other industries, aviation must also address the limited availability of energy resources while reducing its carbon footprint. Managing climate change, congestion and increased safety and security requirements will heavily influence future air transportation concepts. As the world economy becomes more interconnected, it is increasingly apparent that the industry as a whole must work together to develop the best possible air transportation concepts for future generations. To do this, the aviation industry needs a major paradigm shift. In short, the industry must reinvent itself.

Learn how to implement a model-based design approach and capture the complexity of aircraft systems from the component level to the aircraft system level using the Simcenter Amesim solution.

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