Structural Analysis in MPC Plus

With an MPC Plus license, the software now also supports aircraft structural analysis according to the MSG-3 guidelines. These new analysis capabilities are integrated into the same analysis project with your other MSG-3 analyses.

Structural Analysis in MPC Plus

Identify Structural Significant Items (SSIs)

For structural analysis, another flexible hierarchical tree makes it easy to identify and organize the structural items you need to consider.

You can select predefined structures and substructures based on iSpec 2200: Aircraft Systems, and easily define your own sub-substructures and structural items.

Then the analysis team can use the built-in SSI selection questions to determine which items require more detailed analysis.

Enhanced in Version 10!

Perform Structural Analyses

For each SSI, MPC Plus provides a configurable set of rating systems that help the team evaluate the potential risk to the aircraft structure. In each Synthesis repository, authorized users can customize these ratings to fit your particular processes and needs.

Accidental Damage (AD) Analysis

For accidental damage analysis, the software guides the team to evaluate the risk of damage that might be caused by a variety of different factors, such as cargo handling equipment, maintenance procedures, runway debris, bird strike, etc. Now in Version 10, we've added the option to consider Residual Strength and Damage Growth ratings if desired.

Environmental Deterioration (ED) Analyses

For environmental deterioration analysis, you can fully define the properties for each type of material that might be affected, and also easily find and reuse the definition for a material that's already been analyzed.

For metals, you can consider a variety of different potential corrosion types such as pitting, fretting, erosion, etc. For non-metals, you can consider factors such as humidity, solar, lightning, etc. In Version 10, you can also consider the Detectability rating (for metals) and the Composition rating (for non-metals) if desired.

Select Scheduled Maintenance (Inspection) Tasks

Once you have evaluated the potential sources of structural damage and deterioration, MPC provides all the tools you need to define the scheduled inspections and/or health monitoring tasks that the team recommends.

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