AeroDelft has one main goal; to prove and promote liquid hydrogen as an alternative to conventional fuels in aviation. Read how they use Cadence to get the aerodynamics right for minimum energy consumption.
The use of computational fluid dynamics in the field of supersonic aeronautics significantly cuts the time to market and associated development costs. Cadence is active in this field and was involved in the CFD investigation of a sonic boom and aerodynamic prediction of NASA Concept 25D Powered supersonic aircraft.
Learn about our highly efficient pressure-based solver for simulating the flow in a large number of applications, such as heat exchangers, industrial fans, hydraulic turbomachinery, car thermal management or external aerodynamics.