DARcorporation engineers have the capability to model and simulate aircraft external installations (e.g., radomes and stores) in various flow regimes including subsonic and transonic in both steady and unsteady simulations to explore loads and the fluctuation of loads.
CReSIS DC-8 MCoRDSdarcorp
DARcorporation cooperated on the developed a five-element ground penetrating antenna array for the MCoRDS (Multichannel Coherent Radar Depth Sounder) installation on the DC-8.
DARcorporation was tasked to carry out structural analysis of a sandwich composite dorsal satellite communications radome assembly on the Boeing 737-700 airframe.
Cessna Icing Tankerdarcorp
DARcorporation engineers carried out the structural design and analysis of a spray rig assembly mounted on a Cessna Citation XLS+ vertical tail for Cessna Aircraft Company.
NASA P-3 MCoRDSdarcorp
DARcorporation cooperated on the design, simulation, fabrication & installation of P-3B/P-3 Orion radar integration: 15 MCoRDS radars as wing installations; Accumulation, Snow & Ku-band radars as bomb bay installations.
NASA P-3 EcoSARdarcorp
DARcorporation developed the wing mounted radar enclosures, participated in the analyses of aerodynamic characteristics & the structural configuration, all designed to withstand the extreme temperatures.
DARcorporation participated in the analyses of aerodynamic characteristics & structural configuration. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) cases are analyzed to generate aerodynamic loads, check for turbulence in the vicinity of the installation and optimize the aerodynamic shape.