Griffon’s experience in aircraft design has allowed us to develop tools, methods, and a network of supporting specialists to optimize our designs for aerospace applications.
Our aerospace analysis capabilities cover a range of practices from linear theory methods to Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes solvers and everything in between. We offer computational design and analysis of configurations ranging from 2-D airfoils to fan and rotor blades to full-scale airfoil analysis. Our approach to linear theory tools allows a quick turn-around for preliminary design and analysis for prototype or proposal aircraft. The use of modern design tools such as Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) gives us the flexibility to test designs virtually in order to achieve accurate results on accelerated project schedules. This allows our design team to make early and sometimes drastic design changes through 3D CAD, thereby eliminating costly and time consuming physical development and testing.
All GSE used with Griffon unmanned systems are designed and developed by our team of electrical engineers. They are design specifically to operate Griffon products with minimum complications.