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Dr. Eugeniya Iskrenova-Ekiert presents and publishes paper

Dr. Eugeniya Iskrenova-Ekiert, an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Computing Sciences, presented a research talk at the AIAA SciTech 2020 Forum in Orlando, FL, on January 10 and published the paper in the meeting proceedings volume.

Dr. Eugeniya Iskrenova-Ekiert, an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Computing Sciences, presented a research talk at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics AIAA SciTech 2020 Forum in Orlando, FL, on January 10. The title of the talk was: Towards A Common Modeling Environment for Aircraft Power and Thermal Systems Design and Optimization: Introducing the Simulation Platform APTT-SP. The talk presented a research paper with the same title, which was co-authored with collaborators from PC Krause and Associates and the Air Force Research Laboratory. The meeting paper has been published at the link below.

Abstract of paper:

Due to expanding availability of computing power, knowledge-based decision support is becoming more relevant in new areas, for example, software architecture design, engineering design, and more specifically, in aircraft design and acquisition. With the ever-increasing number and variety of scientific software, the reproducibility and reusability of software and models is becoming a growing concern. In aircraft power and thermal modeling and simulation, complexity can arise from the need for integration of multi-scale and multi-fidelity models, use of heterogeneous software tools, and collaboration between multi-disciplinary subject matter experts. Domain-specific simulation tools designed to model specific subsystems need to be compatible in order to model a larger complex system. Additionally, it has been recognized that customizable, open-source solutions to facilitate collaboration and reproducibility are highly desirable. In this paper, we introduce the Aircraft Power and Thermal Toolkit – Simulation Platform (APTT-SP). The motivation for the development of the integrated simulation platform APTT-SP, is to address the technical need for a common modeling and simulation environment for aircraft power and thermal model building, execution, optimization, verification and validation, trade space analysis, and knowledge-based decision support in the design of power and thermal engineering systems. APTT-SP has emerged as a one stop simulation platform for launch and storage of power and thermal modeling and simulation tools and provides benefits such as re-usability, reproducibility, repeatability, sharing, and record-keeping. APTT-SP is developed in Eclipse integrated development environment, leverages Sandia Analysis Workbench, and provides a selection of aircraft power and thermal models and simulation tools.

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Jason Morris: jrmorris@brockport.edu

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