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Aircraft aerodynamics


Advances made in CFD technologies, coupled with the phenomenal growth in the speed and memory of computers in the last decade, have made it possible to routinely conduct aerodynamic simulations of complete aircraft configurations.
The ability to model a complete aircraft at desired flight conditions provides valuable aerodynamic data to enable faster and cheaper design and evaluation cycles.
CFD solutions on complete military aircraft configurations have become a routine requirement.
CFD solutions are used to augment test data or provide data that is difficult or impossible to obtain otherwise.
Because CFD can model actual flight conditions, problems that arise with sub-scale ground testing are not a concern.
Reynolds number effects, tunnel blockage effects, and support hardware effects do not exist with CFD.
Obtaining flow field data near flight test vehicles is extremely difficult, while such data is inherent in the CFD solution. .

Gravity-Assist engineers have considerable experience in applying CFD technology for aircraft aerodynamic analysis and design support. This enables us to tackle some of the most challenging applications and our problem-solving skills give us the edge in providing rapid-response support and consultancy.

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