Analysis And Simulation In Aircraft Structure Certification

The certification of an entire aircraft structure is extremely complex. There are different aspects an applicant for structural approval must consider to prove that the strength of that structure sufficiently meets the design goals of the entire system. To remain competitive, organizations require a solution that will assist them in achieving airworthiness for certification, while helping them lower costs, and achieve certification faster.

A comprehensive digital twin would encompass the capture and traceability of customer requirements, data, knowledge and processes, thus mitigating automation and standardization challenges in airframe structure analysis for airworthiness certification. Organizations using simulation and analysis tools effectively are realizing the benefits in their ability to achieve certification faster and with drastically less total cost than those who do not maximize these tools.

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