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Multi-disciplinary coupling for integrated design of propulsion systemsEffective computational simulation procedures are described for modeling the inherent multi-disciplinary interactions for determining the true response of propulsion systems. Results are presented for propulsion system responses including multi-discipline coupling effects via (1) coupled multi-discipline tailoring, (2) an integrated system of multidisciplinary simulators, (3) coupled material-behavior/fabrication-process tailoring, (4) sensitivities using a probabilistic simulator, and (5) coupled materials/structures/fracture/probabilistic behavior simulator. The results show that the best designs can be determined if the analysis/tailoring methods account for the multi-disciplinary coupling effects. The coupling across disciplines can be used to develop an integrated interactive multi-discipline numerical propulsion system simulator.
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Chamis, C. C.
(NASA Lewis Research Center Cleveland, OH, United States)
Singhal, S. N.
(Sverdrup Technology, Inc. Brook Park, OH., United States)
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September 6, 2013
Publication Date
December 1, 1993
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Publication: AGARD, Integrated Airframe Design Technology
Subject Category
Aircraft Propulsion And Power
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