Already used extensively in engineering design for aero engines, computational fluid dynamics and other forms of simulation are being used in the aircraft maintenance market as part of the move toward a wider digitization of manufacturing. According to Pennsylvania’s computer-aided engineering software developer Ansys, simulation—not just computational fluid dynamics (CFD), but computer simulation in general—already has made its presence felt in civil aerospace MRO. For ...


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