DATADVANCE, with its Airbus roots, brings deep experience in Aerospace disciplines and associated engineering domains. Over a decade, we have helped commercial aircraft companies, engine manufacturers, tier-one suppliers or defence and space market leaders to develop better products, faster thanks to our pSeven software framework.pSeven, as unified environment embedding process automation, design space exploration and predictive modelling capabilities, enables multidisciplinary studies and rapid identification of optimal designs. Aerospace sector is well known for being one of the most rigorous and regulated market. Engineering activities deal with extremely complex systems sometimes operating in extreme conditions moreover highly constrained by regulation rules. Improving designs in such context requires advanced engineering methods and cutting-edge software solutions to run trade-off analysis in high dimensional space. Designs obtained thanks to decision aiding solution pSeven are best compromises between conflicting requirements such as: lower fuel consumption or CO2 emissions, reduced noise level, higher performances and, on the other hand, lower maintenance cost or higher operating profits for various mission types. Nowadays, systems complexity and regulations constraints have reached such level that only advanced analytical tools like pSeven allow engineers to efficiently navigate in the global Design Space and make good design decisions.
Examples of results that can be achieved with pSeven:
“Optimization allows to get the best out of your design idea”, -Thierry Chevalier, Chief Engineer Digital Product Development & Manufacturing at Airbus Group
“MACROS* helps Airbus to perform its trade-off studies more efficiently across all development phases and to find more opportunities in the design of the future aircraft”, -Charles Champion, Executive Vice President Engineering, Airbus* former name of pSeven Core
July 9, 2019
Determining the airfoil geometry with a maximal range of angles of attack with a positive derivative of the lift coefficient over α - a crucial characteristic for the proper back reaction of the helicopter horizontal tail stabilizer.
Anton Saratov, DATADVANCE, Ruslan Mirgazov, TSAGI