ZAERO - A Powerful Engineering Software Suite. ZAERO, integrates all essential disciplines required for advanced industrial aeroelastic design and analysis. ZAERO’s unique high-fidelity geometry module allows you to accurately model wing-body configurations including underwing naceles/stores. It’s unified AIC scheme provides the capability to run subsonic, transonic, supersonic, and hypersonic Mach numbers with a single aerodynamic model. ZAERO has a built-in finite element analysis output file loader that can readily import free vibration analysis results from numerous available commercial products including (MSC.Nastran, IDEAS, ELFINI, Abaqus, Ansys, and others).
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