Aircraft structural engineering and analysis

| July 19, 2018

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Most aircraft company engineering departments are facing fundamental challenges. This is most strongly felt in the structures areas due to the increased complexity of products and ever-increasing demands for safety and certifications. The main challenges in airframe structure analysis are automation, standardization, traceability, and deployment.

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