Special Focus Issue: Designing for Aerospace

In our Special Focus Issue on aerospace design, we look at how the industry is embracing hybrid manufacturing, digital twins, and other new technologies.

The recent Boeing accidents and crashes have highlighted the need for top-notch engineering, quality management and safety processes in the aerospace industry.

This is not just a design or engineering issue, though. Aircraft safety relies on an integrated approach to quality that runs from design to manufacturing to maintenance.

In this Special Focus Issue of Digital Engineering, we take a look at new advancements in aerospace design, simulation, materials, and manufacturing that could help usher in new advancements in aircraft performance. We also look at developments around hybrid-electric aircraft, and new technologies impacting space exploration. We hope you enjoy the issue.

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