Aircraft performance engineering: fly it before you build it

On-Demand Webinar | 57 minutes

Digital twins enable a new approach to aircraft systems engineering

eVTOL aircraft, representing a digital twin approach to aircraft systems engineering

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.

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.

Aircraft systems engineering for program execution excellence

Learn how to:

  • Optimize the physical behavior of all elements of future aircraft: structural development, fluid and heat transfer, systems design, thermal management, cabin comfort, electromagnetics and integration, verification, certification testing and more.
  • Implement a scalable modeling approach, from component level to integrated aircraft and from low- to high-fidelity representations.
  • Adopt a digital twin approach to support all development phases – from early concept, trade-off studies and detailed design to the verification and certification.
  • Manage all digital models in support of Agile product development, model-based systems engineering and verification processes in the context of certification.

Aircraft systems design use case: Bye Aerospace – digital twin of electric eFlyer aircraft

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.

Learn from Bye Aerospace how to:

  • Set up your aircraft design processes and tools with certification in mind.
  • Run multi-disciplinary optimization.
  • Enable last-minute changes in the context of Agile development processes.

Hear from aircraft performance engineering experts

George Bye

George Bye

CEO, Bye Aerospace

Jim Forrester

Jim Forrester

Director of Design Engineering, Bye Aerospace

Jens de Boer

Jens de Boer

Simcenter Solution Manager for Aerospace, Siemens Digital Industries Software