Aerospace

At the forefront of aerospace simulation

From developing simulations for induction welding of composite materials widely used in aerospace, to analysing the performance of brushless permanent magnet machines, Opera places users at the forefront of the aerospace simulation, and offers aerospace engineers the opportunity to save time and increase accuracy on their designs.

Why choose Opera?

Smooth and easy experience inputting your machine requirements

Demonstrable savings on development costs and time

Develop superior performing aerospace designs and machines with Opera

Find out more how Opera simulates induction welding of two CFRP plates

Joining together of composite materials like Carbon Fibre Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) is an important technological problem in many applications. Due to its high strength-to-weight ratio, CFRP is increasingly widely used in aerospace, automotive, civil engineering, consumer products and other industries. As the number of applications increases, it becomes necessary for every new case to optimise the technological parameters of the welding process and achieve satisfactory results at low cost.

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