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Towards another record year of space launches.

Read about space launches and how to perform safe and efficient space qualification testing to optimize spacecraft testing. Read the white paper.

Stress analysis simulation: efficient until the last link

Stress analysis engineers know they must prepare well because they are the last link in the simulation chain! Any unexpected…

Modal Survey Testing for an unscathed journey to space

Learn how a modal survey test is applied to validate a spacecraft’s structural dynamic model to accurately predict the response to the various operations during its mission

Digital Image Correlation on aircraft

Measuring aerospace structures with digital image correlation

With digital image correlation, everything is measured contactless…Digital cameras provide 3D full-field data with metrological accuracy and allow for detailed characterization of structures under static, transient, or dynamic loading.

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Antenna arrays and how to improve your signal.

Antenna arrays, you can find these everywhere from space missions to cell phones. Subsequently, antenna arrays are commonly located in…

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Why link automotive comfort and satellite micro-vibrations?

Learn what automotive comfort has to do with satellites and discover innovative testing tools to mitigate satellite micro-vibrations.

NASA’s $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope fully fueled for launch

Set to launch to deep space on December 24, the nearly $10 billion NASA-built JWST promises the ability to peer into the depths of the known Universe like never before.

Force limiting: Test your Spacecraft, but don’t destroy it!

Avoid over-testing during satellite vibration qualification and learn about force limiting for spacecraft testing.

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Drone noise: an inconvenient truth?

Drone noise can destroy a business with an estimated value of 33 billion dollars by 2030. Simcenter 3D Acoustics can help prevent this from happening. In this blog, we illustrate how.