In the frame of the Architecture Definition phase, a highly integrated and collaborative MBSE process related to Systems Modeling and Simulation has been developed and applied for supporting the iterative generation and maturation of the system requirements, architectures and system budgets at phase B1 level. e.Deorbit is a compelling mission concept that addresses the most pressing debris challenge for Europe: the post-life disposal of ESA’s environmental satellite Envisat.
Designing a modern electric motor for an electrified automobile requires striking the perfect balance between cost, weight, and performance. From a modeling and simulation standpoint, predicting the overall performance of the motor requires multiple multi-disciplinary analyses, including electromagnetic, thermal, and stress analyses.
The European Space Agency (ESA) is studying an active debris removal mission called e.deorbit which is intended to capture an ESA-owned derelict satellite in low orbit and safely crash it on Earth.
This presentation discusses the advantages of using automated validation to generate a descriptive system model with synchronized structure and behavior and illustrate ways in which this information can be transformed to support modeling and simulation. The use of models for failure analysis, sprint planning, and classification/data rights management is also presented.
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This webinar will discuss the advantages of using automated validation to generate a descriptive system model with synchronized structure and behavior and illustrate ways in which this information can be transformed to support modeling and simulation. The use of models for failure analysis, sprint planning, and classification/data rights management will also be discussed.
Lockheed Martin Space utilizes integrated Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) to simulate the mission trajectory of the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA’s) Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is streamlining the space mission engineering process.
Northrop Grumman Corporation applied Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and Multidisciplinary Analysis and Optimization (MDAO) to the development of Phased Array Antenna Models to Improve Design Time and Quality
Phoenix Integration Case Study: Submarine Hull Design Optimization.