AMI offers a wide variety of software solutions for the aeronautics, vehicle design, and marine engineering communities, including the following tools:
- VLAERO+ – Planar vortex lattice method for subsonic and supersonic aircraft. Commonly used for determining stability derivatives and loads analyses.
- VSAERO – Potential flow method with integral boundary layer calculations for any aerodynamic shape. Often used for subsonic aircraft, and has an enormous number of options to fine tune any case.
- MGAERO – Cartesian Euler code for moderate subsonic to supersonic aircraft. Embedded grids and automatic component intersections allow for quick modeling and extremely fast modifications to geometry.
- MSES/MSES+/MSESWIN/MISES – Two-dimensional Euler method airfoil design program, with optional GUI and inverse design capabilities. MISES adds cascade analysis capabilities for turbomachinery.
- USAERO – Time-stepping potential flow code with boundary layer calculations for analyzing arbitrary motions where transient behavior is important.
- CAMRAD II – Highly powerful tool for calculating both the aerodynamic and mechanical properties of helicopters and rotorcraft, including interference effects for all stages of design and analysis.
- OMNI3D – Three dimensional visualization tool, optimized for AMI software to get the most out of post processing CFD solutions.
- PEP – A suite of functions to modify and optimize structured surface meshes for use in AMI CFD codes.
- FLIDYN – A non-linear six degree of freedom flight dynamics simulator, which when coupled to CFD can output time-accurate loads and calculate flight paths.
- FSWAVE – Calculates non-linear free surface characteristics as they interact with an arbitrary hull.
- ICE – Calculates water droplet trajectory and ice collection characteristics.