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Ansys, University Of Texas Partner to Create Hypersonic Tech Validation Workflow


Ansys and the University of Texas at Arlington have partnered to develop a workflow to validate system models for hypersonic aircraft, missile prototype and space vehicle testing use.

The partnership aims to accelerate the verification of software codes as the U.S. government pursues hypersonic  technology development projects, Ansys said Tuesday.

The company developed a physics-based approach to simulate aircraft subsystems, such as sensors and scramjet engines, and noted that UTA engineers will conduct high-speed flight tests in a wind tunnel to assess the accuracy of firm’s simulation software.

“Testing and validating physics-based component models within a wind tunnel that operates at hypersonic speeds and temperatures delivers a major technological advantage for our mutual customers,” said Luca Maddalena, professor of aerospace engineering and director at UTA’s Aerodynamics Research Center.

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