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Supersonic Comeback
Engineering startups and government agencies revisit the possibility of supersonic flight.
Supersonic Comeback
Engineering startups and government agencies revisit the possibility of supersonic flight.
Is Large-Scale 3D Printing Sustainable?
Additive manufacturing transitions from prototyping to a means of mass production, raising the stakes for sustainability.
Kubotek’s K-Compare Translation Validation Offering Debuts
Kubotek 3D's CAD translation validation component made for aerospace industry.
Sumitomo Invests in Sintavia
Investment by Sumitomo Corporation of Americas to accelerate the growth plans of Sintavia in key end markets, companies report.
MSC Nastran and AVL Excite Integrate for Powertrain Simulations
Originally developed for NASA engineers, MSC Nastran is an FEA solver for design and analysis of aerospace and automotive structures.
Aras Buys SofTech
SofTech Srl, a subsidiary of SofTech Inc., has been an ongoing, strategic implementation partner for Aras when engaging aerospace and automotive customers in Italy.
Challenge Launches STEM Skills Into Space
The STEM skills challenge will feature annual competitions where students reach milestone achievements during the development of liquid-fuel rockets, including design, static testing and smaller popup innovation challenges.
Space Structures uses ESI Software to Secure Satellite Panels during Launch
Space Structures used ESI’s vibro-acoustic simulation software VA One to virtually test their designs in various acoustic noise environments.
Xometry Acquires MakeTime
Through the acquisition, the combined company will operate under the Xometry brand name and have offices in Maryland and Kentucky. 
Industry Focus: Designing for Aerospace & Defense
The use of simulation in A&D has evolved from early experimentation to become a critical part of the product design and development cycle, so much so that the sheer amount of simulation data has become a management challenge. Companies...
Base 11 Challenge Launches STEM Skills Into Space
The Base 11 Space Challenge is a $1 million prize for a student-led university team to design, build and launch a liquid-propelled, single-stage rocket to an altitude of 100 km (the Karman Line) by December 30, 2021.
Students Disrupt Worlds of Aviation and Astronautics
David W. Levy is the director of Technology at Sierra Nevada Corp. and the chair for the AIAA Aircraft Design Technical Committee. We spoke to him to better understand the competition.
Hexagon Acquires SPRING Technologies
SPRING Technologies will be fully consolidated following regulatory approval.
Ray Optics Simulation Devices Made for Aerospace and Defense Applications
COMSOL Multiphysics and its add-on product, the Ray Optics Module, allow for the simulation of optical phenomena in laser and fiber ring gyroscopes.
Live from CAASE: Simulation is Cleared for Certification Takeoff
FAA's Safarian says we can learn a lot more from a good validated analysis than we can from a test when certifying aircraft.



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