Special Focus Issue: Aerospace Design

In this Special Focus Issue of Digital Engineering, we take a look at trends in aircraft design.

The aerospace industry, moreso than most other sectors, faces significant design challenges when it comes to balancing safety, weight and performance, all within a demanding regulatory environment. As a result, these companies tend to be on the leading edge of design and simulation innovation.

In this Special Focus Issue of Digital Engineering, we take a look at trends in aircraft design. Those include the use of additive manufacturing, digital twins and generative design. We also provide a roundup of engineering related announcements from the Paris Air Show, and discuss how artificial intelligence can help with spacecraft design.

Stories include:

  • Advanced Tech Takes Stage at Paris Air Show
  • AI Goes to Space
  • Challenges of Building Out a Live Digital Twin
  • Grading the Trinity of Simulation-Driven Design
  • Aerospace Digital Twins Gain Altitude
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