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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5 reasons aerospace companies need model-based Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS)

Find out what it means to digitalize your Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) process and why it is so important.

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Digitalization for aircraft electrification

Aircraft electrification is essential for the future of our planet. Find out how VoltAero embraced digitalization in its drive towards electric aircraft.

Frequency Response Function measurements on permanent magnet rotors

How can engineers capture high-frequency FRF data on a permanent magnetic rotor and enable accurate FRF measurements more efficient models?

Delivery drone noise

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.

HIRF and IEL: new capabilities added to Simcenter 3D Electromagnetics

HIRF and IEL Qualification with Digital Twins

Address the challenges of aircraft hardening for HIRF and certification with highly accurate simulations from Simcenter 3D Electromagnetics

Integrated safety approach to tackle eVTOL crashworthiness

Find out how Simcenter Madymo and HEEDS help the National Institute of Aerospace Research (NIAR) to tackle eVTOL emergency landing certification challenges.

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Efficient and accurate acoustic trim modeling with Simcenter 3D

Learn more about the powerful simulation capabilities in Simcenter 3D for acoustic trim using the FEMAO solver

DFAN testing: Resist the direct acoustic field for a ticket to space

Read about Direct Field Acoustic Noise (DFAN) testing of space hardware. Learn where we came from and where we are today with the technology.