How Simple is Too Simple??


When doing simulations, time and accuracy are both very valuable.  Using different configurations is a good way to balance the two.  As always though, there are trade-offs from going too far either way.  Too much simplification can mean widely incorrect results while too little can lead to negligible decrease in time.   In this example, a wing was created with three configurations; ribbed, hollow and solid. A fixed geometry was added to the wing edges where it would attach to […]

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