Aerospace

GOM systems support the aerospace industry and their suppliers by providing precise part geometry and material characteristics.

These data are precise input for FE simulation and CFD analysis, for simulation verification with real measurements in wind tunnels and climate chambers, as well as for reverse engineering and turbine quality control.

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The company uses ARAMIS for structural testing on landing gear components. As a result, Liebherr is able to determine part deformations and reduce testing times.
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To make aircrafts more fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly, DLR in Braunschweig integrates optical measuring systems into its research of new technologies.
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For the load, fatigue and damage tolerance tests of the A350 winglet, Airbus supplier FACC for the first time fully integrated non-contact measuring systems from GOM in the test setup.
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To support the training of maintenance crews for military helicopters under real-world conditions, Reiser Systemtechnik uses optical 3D metrology when building full-scale helicopter training rigs.
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Quality Control, Efficiency Analysis and Efficiency Optimization on Turbines
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Online 3D strain measurement helps visualize the behavior of bonding technologies in lightweight constructions.
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At DLR optical high-speed 3D strain sensors check for buckling in a thin-walled CFRP cylindrical structure under axial compression, torsion and internal pressure.
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Find out more about lifetime analysis, CFD & FE analysis and reverse engineering on jet engines
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