AACES uses the latest in engineering advancements and technology to asses the performance of all types of aircraft - ranging from ultralights to jumbo jets. AACES performance analysis capabilities can be a valuable asset to any individual in the aviation community. Following are a few examples of those capabilities:
Small Business Aviation Modification Firm - A small firm develops an aircraft modification for the aviation industry. The company claims that by installing the modification, the performance of the aircraft will be significantly improved. AACES, using detailed engineering analysis and simulation, will be able to analyze the impact of the modification to aircraft performance.
Aircraft Owner - An owner of a general aviation aircraft decides install a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approved modification or to make a modification to his homebuilt experimental aircraft. The aircraft owner wishes to determine what impact the modification may have on the aircraft. AACES can assist the owner in determining what changes in performance the modification will produce. As a result of the assesment, the owner will know exactly how many more additional knots of airspeed, or perhaps how many more feet per minute of climb rate, were obtained.
Aviation Litigator - An aviation attorney is confronted with determining how much fuel was burned during a cross country trip that ended tragically. AACES can determine whether improper fuel management or a mechanical malfunction was a cause of the accident. As a result, the detailed engineering analysis will assist the attorney in determining whether the case is viable.