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An Approach to Integrated Design, Analysis and Data Management for Rapid Air Vehicle Design

  • Ji Hong Kim
Conference paper

Abstract

An integrated system based on the fusion of proven legacy system and modern PIDO technology has been developed for aircraft configuration development in conceptual and preliminary design phase of aircraft development. KAI-RAVSIM proved successfully the feasibility of new integrated configuration development system by reducing design cycle time and enhancing the design capability. KAI-RAVSIM is currently expanding to be utilized with simulation data management system.

Keywords

Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Integrate Design Product Lifecycle Management Design Capability Lead Time Reduction 
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© Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2010

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Korea Aerospace Industries, Ltd.SacheonKorea

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