Watch the replay to discover how aeroacoustic simulations are performed for aircraft using the PowerFLOW software. Specific applications covered include noise generated by landing gear and high-lift configurations.
With the recent pandemic situation drastically reducing commercial aviation flights, consumers are becoming more attuned to the noise generated from traditional aircraft operation. We anticipate that noise emission will be even of more concern once full flight operations resume.
In addition, recent developments over the last decade in engine noise reduction has made airframe noise an even more noticeable source of aircraft noise. Now, other sources are becoming more relevant. This situation opens up new opportunities, where innovative technologies and radical ideas can be simulated and tested to develop vehicles of the future.
The first e-seminar in the series discussed how an early adoption of Dassault Systèmes offerings reduces the risk of non-compliance during physical noise testing by using virtual simulation early in the design stage to understand noise generation and mitigate risk. By simulating sources contributing to noise generation, a computational fluid dynamics approach using PowerFLOW can be used to find the best trade-offs at the earliest phases in design to not only exceed design targets, but also remain within time and budget constraints.
We focus on key aspects of Aerospace & Defense Noise simulation and demonstrate the steps in the technical workflow illustrating application of PowerFLOW software.
This e-seminar presents an aeroacoustic noise simulation workflow that covers landing gear and airframe noise.
Who should attend?
Managers, Fluid simulation software users, Aeroacoustics/Noise Engineer, Aircraft Program Manager