September 6, 2021
Efficiently model, simulate, and validate an aircraft fuel tank inerting system reducing the risk of combustion and flammability.
April 26, 2021
Learn how to model and simulate an aircraft landing in unpredictable conditions in Modelon’s Aircraft Dynamics Library integrated in Modelon Impact.
January 13, 2021
What is driving the need for aircraft electrification? Aerospace companies are currently faced with the challenge of designing aircraft to meet performance and efficiency needs.
January 12, 2021
Focusing on aircraft system simulation, Modelon’s revolutionary software has been an enabler for the reduction of aircraft carbon dioxide emissions by using the boosted turbofan concept.
April 2, 2020
This blog is Part 4 of a blog series that demonstrates how the Modelon Hydraulics Library can be used for the model-based development of an Aircraft Hydraulic Actuation System.
March 18, 2020
Electric machines and batteries can potentially boost power to gas turbine engines to improve fuel efficiency. Learn how such a concept is tested and validated using system simulation technology.
December 17, 2019
This blog is Part 3 of a blog series that demonstrates how the Modelon Hydraulics Library can be used for the model-based development of an Aircraft Hydraulic Actuation System.
August 7, 2019
This blog is Part 2 of a blog series that will demonstrate how the Modelon Hydraulics Library is well suited to the model-based development of an Aircraft Hydraulic Actuation System (AHAS).
May 13, 2019
Part 1 of Modelon’s newest blog series, explains how to use Modelon’s Hydraulics Library for modeling full aircraft actuation systems and subsystems. In this first blog post, learn the basics of creating an actuation system architecture.
November 5, 2018
Modelon’s Hydraulics Library is a comprehensive and versatile library that allows engineers to easily model both EHA and SHA by maintaining reusable and scalable components. Additionally, Modelon’s Hydraulics Library returns reliable simulation results so designers can gain maximum understanding about their system’s performance. In this blog, we’ll show just how easy it is to model both SHA and EHA architectures using the Modelon Hydraulics Library.