TLG Aerospace is excited to present at Amazon Web Service’s Manufacturing and Industrial IoT Web Day on July 22nd. The subject of our presentation will be regarding how TLG Aerospace has leveraged automated design exploration and optimization as well as scaling-up industrial CFD simulations with Simcenter STAR-CCM+ in the AWS cloud.
The presentation will include Siemens discussing the software STAR-CCM+ and TLG’s Senior Aerodynamics Engineer, Peter Burns, discussing how we leverage both STAR-CCM+ and AWS to help with computing large databases.
We will also explore how CFD is maturing to the point where is can be used to complement wind tunnel testing and how this can be practically applied. For example, increased throughput in CFD allows TLG to approach wind tunnel testing with advance knowledge learned from simulations while also providing a more detailed level of diagnostic flow information. Because of advancements in technology, this is now both time a cost competitive with wind tunnel testing. To sign up for the virtual event, please find the link below.
TLG Aerospace is excited to announce our team will be heading to the 53rd Paris Air Show this June 17th through the 23rd. Traveling to the show will be our Director of Engineering (FAA Flight Analyst/Flutter DER) Robert Lind and our Director of Program Management, Steve Nelson.
TLG will be exhibiting with the Washington State Pavilion (Hall 3) in the USA Pavilion as a part of showcasing our state as a U.S. leader in aerospace engineering excellence.
TLG’s expertise with four FAA DER’s and an experienced leadership staff with more than 150 years of collective experience is always looking forward to new programs and providing critical engineering analysis from aerodynamic concept development through FAA and EASA Certification. TLG will be looking forward to connecting with industry innovators, aircraft developers, and especially with startups exploring new aircraft designs and OEMs considering their next major modification.
Dating back to 1909, and now with over 140 aircraft expected to be exhibiting, the “Salon du Bourget” promises to bring together all the major players from across the industry. So, while the team can’t wait for the flying displays and to try the VR in the Paris Air Lab, we also look forward to meeting you and helping your company succeed on your aircraft development programs.
This year’s show is sure to be a whirlwind of fun, discovery, and building new relationships with potential industry partners. If you will be attending the show and would like to connect, please come visit with us in Hall 3, Stand A82 or reach out to Steve Nelson at Steve.Nelson@TLGAerospace.com.