New Version: Advanced Aircraft Analysis 3.7!


The new features and high fidelity, physics-based methods in AAA 3.7 have improved the ability for aerospace engineers to analyze more unconventional airplane designs and to stay at the forefront of our ever-evolving industry.
Dr. Willem Anemaat, DARcorporation President and AAA Architect



New Features in AAA 3.7!

  • Added electric engines as an engine configuration option.

  • Allow for hybrid aircraft with multiple types of engines combined, such as piston and jet aircraft, or fuel burning and electric engines combined.

  • Capable of analyzing tiltrotor aircraft.

  • Take-off weight and fuel weight calculation for a given empty weight.

  • Capability to draw flight control cabling, hydraulic piping and electrical wiring in the 3-view and calculate weight and C.G. based on the length and location.

  • Expanded methods to allow for glider design and analysis.

  • Elevons can now be used in combination with ailerons.

  • The powerplant dialog window is now split out into engine, nacelle, propeller/fan dialog windows.

  • The upper limit on number of propellers is increased from 10 to 500.

  • The upper limit on number of nacelles is increased from 10 to 500.

  • The upper limit on number of floats is increased from 10 to 500.

  • The upper limit on number of tailbooms is increased from 10 to 500.

  • The upper limit on number of pylons is increased from 10 to 500.

  • The upper limit on number of stores is increased from 10 to 500.

  • There is a selection which propeller/fan is driven by which engine to allow for engines without propellers or the same engine driving multiple propellers.

  • Stores are now defined in its own dialog window, to improve usability.

  • The upper limit on number of high lift devices is increased from 10 to 500. The dialog window has been updated to make navigation easier and provide a better overview of all selections.

  • Expansion of the help system.

  • 50+ Aircraft Examples: Single Engine and Twin Engine Aircraft; Business Jets; Commercial Transport Jets; Military Trainer, Military Fighter, Military Bomber and Military Transport Aircraft; Experimental Aircraft; UAVs; Gliders; Other Aircraft

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