Landing Gear Advanced Manufacturing Corporation in China Deploys MSC.Software's Engineering Analysis Solutions

SANTA ANA, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Dec 01, 2009 -- MSC.Software, a leading global provider of engineering simulation software and services, today announced that Landing Gear Advanced Manufacturing Corporation (LAMC) in China has selected its engineering analysis solutions including Nastran and Adams to improve engineering and development of aircraft landing gear.

Developing complex, mission critical systems like aircraft landing gear is a multidiscipline challenge that requires that engineers can validate and optimize designs with speed -- and absolute reliability. To arrive at optimal designs, LAMC engineers must consider many design derivatives and account for the complex interaction of various components in different application scenarios in every analysis.

"With MSC.Software solutions, we can gain a detailed insight into the dynamic behavior of the landing gears, and its overall performance in terms of structural reliability and safety," said Mr. She Shi Qiang, Strength Test and Development Manager, LAMC. "MSC's integrated, multidiscipline solution supports analysis of the behavior of the landing gear in all application maneuvers. This enables faster design cycles and reduces the time-to-solution cycle significantly while encouraging innovation by enabling studies of new designs."

"MSC.Software has been a long-time contributor to the aerospace industry in Asia Pacific. Our partnership with LAMC will allow us to develop further expertise and contribute to the aerospace industry by providing innovative technologies," said David Yuen, vice president and general manager, MSC.Software Asia Pacific.

"Our cooperation with LAMC further validates MSC.Software's dominance in the aerospace industry. Landing gear applications are just one of the many specialized applications in the aerospace industry where MSC.Software has gained tremendous experience through close cooperation with leading aircraft and landing gear manufacturers around the world," said Kevin Zhao, country manager for MSC.Software China.

About Landing Gear Advanced Manufacturing Corporation

Landing Gear Advanced Manufacturing Corporation (LAMC) is the only manufacturer of landing gears under Aviation Industries of China. The company operates an aircraft landing gear engineering technology research center as well as several other subsidiaries and production facilities. The company has net assets in excess of USD150 million and employs over 3000 people. Known for its continuous drive for technology innovation, LAMC has elevated landing gear manufacturing in China to an unprecedented level with a long-standing track record of innovative products used in some of China's most successful aircraft models. For more information on LAMC, please visit

About MSC.Software Corporation

MSC.Software is the Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) industry's original leader, growing from "the Nastran company" into a true market and technology leader for multiphysics and multidiscipline simulation software that includes linear and nonlinear finite element analysis (FEA), multibody dynamics, control systems, and many other applications. Our products accurately and reliably predict how products will behave in the real world to help engineers design better, more innovative products -- quickly and cost effectively. Using MSC products, companies are able to eliminate slow and costly physical testing by creating and testing "virtual prototypes" that can be quickly evaluated for performance in any environment or conditions to achieve lasting competitive advantage. MSC.Software employs 1000 people in 23 countries. For additional information about MSC Software's products and services, please visit

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