News & Announcements
DARcorporation Engineers will be at the following Expositions and Airshows:
We will be manning a booth at EAA AirVenture 2016 this summer!
Grab some shade in Hangar C and come see us at booth #3159, straight inside the hangar door on the right side!
2016 Forum Sessions Presented by Dr. Willem Anemaat
Time: 8:30 - 9:45am
Location: Forum Stage 11
Time: 4:00 - 5:15pm
Location: Workshop Classroom C
Assailing Falcons Finish Top 10 Overall at SAE AeroDesign
Congratulations to the Assailing Falcons team from VIT University in India on their top 10 finish at the SAE AeroDesign competition! The team used DARcorporation's Advanced Aircraft Analysis (AAA) software to aid in the design of their competition aircraft. The SAE pilot said that it was one of the most stable planes he flew all competition!
Jan Roskam Recieves 2016 Distinguished Engineering Service Award
Legendary faculty honored with KU Engineering's highest award.
Jan Roskam's contribution to aeronautical engineering and aircraft design are legendary and his reputation is worldwide. He is an icon of scientific, technical, and professional leadership who continues to motivate and inspire. KU Aerospace Engineering's reputation as the top design education program in the nation is a direct result of his vision, leadership and guidance in the department for more than 30 years.
Read the rest of the story here. (Credit: Kansas Engineer Magazine)
Glasair Aviation's Merlin LSA Receives FAA Light-Sport Certification
Glasair Aviation's Merlin LSA received FAA light-sport certification in March. Glasiar plans to deliver the first of its completed aircraft to its customers, personal owners and flight schools, by the end of 2016. DARcorporation engineers assisted on the stability and control analysis and aerodynamic analysis of the Merlin LSA. Congratulations, Glasair! We look forward to seeing the Merlin in the air!
KU Aerospace Engineering Students Win International Design Competition!
Congratulations to the KU Aerospace Engineering team who won the 6th annual Power Electronics Systems and Applications Conference competition for their amphibious aircraft design called the BATWinG! The goal of the BATWinG is to improve bay area transportation by decreasing travel times and costs with little to no impact on the environment. To support their design, the team utilized DARcorporation's Advanced Aircraft Analysis software. Rock Chalk Jayhawk! Read the full story from the Lawrence Journal-World (Kansas).
The Results Are In for the 2014-2015 AIAA Undergraduate Team Aircraft Design Competition!
Congratulations to our friends at Delft University of Technology for taking home the 2nd Prize with their design, "The WHALE"!
Read the full story about the competition and the winning teams here.