10 insights from rocket CFD for a mind-blowing moonshot

This is your guide to a successful moonshot project – with 10 insights that only rocket CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) could deliver!…

New DFAN (Direct Field Acoustic Noise Testing) as a service to launch in US – Live demo on September 15, 2021

How many decibels (dB) are emitted during a spacecraft launch? According to NASA, the answer…

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MIMO control: paving the way to more realistic testing

Learn about how MIMO control strategies can be implemented to increase flexibility, reduce testing time and avoid over-or under-testing….

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Ingenuity is Taking Off

See how the Mars Ingenuity helicopter can fly on Mars and how it would perform on Earth. Simulation helps to design better products faster….

Perseverance Touching Down on Mars

Perseverance: what’s the weather on Mars?

Centro de Astrobiología – INTA uses Simcenter FLOEFD to design the MEDA weather station on the Perseverance rover…

Crack propagation in composites and how to avoid it: A DLR case study

Ceramic matrix composites (CMCs) have become especially popular in space applications due to their ability to withstand extremely high temperatures. At the German Aerospace Center (DLR), researchers are investigating the use of CMC components for high-temperatures and demanding-environment applications. …

Carrier Rocket Launch In The Clouds. 3D Scene.

Record-breaking space launches in stressful 2020

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

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Space CAE and hardware qualification testing

Join the webinar “Space CAE and hardware qualification” and learn about solutions for mechanical qualification testing and innovative acoustic testing techniques….

High Velocity Impact on Composites – Past, Present, and Future

In 1969, Grumman Aerospace was the first company to successfully introduce advanced composites into a commercial airplane. The boron-epoxy laminated horizontal stabilizer used in the F-14A was 15% lighter and 18% less costly than its metal counterpart. …