28th Congress of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, 23 - 28 September 2012, Brisbane, Australia
Paper ICAS 2012-1.9.1
COMMUNICATION IN AIRCRAFT DESIGN: CAN WE ESTABLISH A COMMON LANGUAGE?
B. Nagel, D. Böhnke, V. Gollnick, P. Schmollgruber*, A. Rizzi**, G. La Rocca***, J. J. Alonso****
DLR, Germany; *French Aerospace Lab, France; **Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden; ***TU Delft, Netherlands; ****Stanford Univ., USA
Keywords: aircraft design, common language, standardized data model
The definition of a common language for aircraft design reduces the number of interfaces in distributed design environments and enables the cross-institutional exchange of both information and analysis capabilities. Within the team of authors the Common Parametric Aircraft Configuration Schema (CPACS) is tested for the application as a common language.
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