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Virtual validation to ensure safety & precision

By Niranjan Mudholkar,

Added 24 August 2020

Platform to assist in virtual validation and optimization within the aerospace industry

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Karthik Shankaran, Chief Innovation Officer, Detroit Engineered Products, said, β€œIn the aerospace industry, priority of aircraft designers should be safety.

Detroit Engineered Products (DEP) is offering a unique platform known as MeshWorks to assist in virtual validation and optimization within the aerospace industry. MeshWorks provides an integrated CAE platform that enables users to utilize virtual validation while optimizing workflows in the industry. There is a clear increase in the volume of simulation work nowadays, as the cost of doing design changes is minimal at the concept stage. MW with its morphing and parameterization leadership, and early stage optimization enables aerospace companies to do a lot of work in the early concept stages. Through its pre-processing tools and design optimization possibilities, MW also companies complete several tasks across the concept, verification and validation, and detailed design stage. Even in the verification and validation stage, where almost all the geometric interiors and exteriors are all frozen, and the structural performances still need to be improved, MW can be very helpful.
Karthik Shankaran, Chief Innovation Officer, Detroit Engineered Products, said, “In the aerospace industry, priority of aircraft designers should be safety. We have made technological advancements; however, it is crucial to ensure safety and precision during the early stages of aircraft design. With the help of virtual validation, companies can test designs before investing in prototypes, and make sure the products are safe and reliable beforehand. This will ultimately help in saving human lives from catastrophic accidents.”
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