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Stealth programmes for specialised software

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  1. Anees

    Anees Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    Stealth programmes for specialised software

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    As the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) progresses on two key stealth platforms, the advanced medium combat aircraft (AMCA) and unmanned strike air vehicle (USAV), it has identified a need for specialised new software to help the process. Among the key enabling technologies necessary to move forward substantively on both programmes, will be radar and infrared signatures on both platforms.

    Top sources reveal that ADA has called for interest from India’s IT sector to develop new software for specialised analysis of air frame cross section and heat signatures. The software will require full-scale simulation capabilities, including scenario modelling in terms of radar threat, target and sensor trajectories, lock-on range, etc. The new software needs to have its own scripting language so that aeronautical scientists and developers can build in new modules according to development requirements.


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    ANSYS Maxwell and COMSOL are the best softwares for heat signatures
    FEKO is the best for RADAR and Avionics development

    Being a electromagnetics person
    AMCA requires- FEKO for AESA development and calculating full body RCS. Viraf is another software
    IUSAV requires - CST and HFSS

    For thermal analysis COMSOL or MAXWELL or IMCOS would be very good

    The development of new software will take a lot of time and money. But yes no commercial simulator can simulate radar threat, target and sensor trajectories, lock-on range.
     
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