Partner name Aerosoft S.p.A
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Address Email:
Tel: +390812128975
Centro Direzionale Is.E7, 80143, Napoli, ITALIA
Main contact Ing. Giorgio Fusco (Responsabile Tecnico Progetto Megaris)
Profile Aerosoft SpA is an engineering and manufacturing company of the Trefin group holding that operates since more the 20 years in the following areas:
  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Railway
  • Naval
Today the company has production sites and offices in Italy, in Europe (France and Turkey) and the United States (Seattle, WA).
Aerosoft supports the customers up to the manufacturing phase. All activities are performed following the customer requirements, providing a professional technical staff.


UNI EN ISO 9001:2008, UNI EN 9100:2009, UNI EN ISO 14001:2004

The purpose of certification: Design of mechanical and aeronautics structures using CAD / CAM and CAE tools and performing stress analysis by finite elements, computational fluid-dynamics analysis (CFD). Registration EMAS III, ALENIA awards. Awards as Innovative Company.
Aerosoft skills span over the following fields:
  • Design and Stress Analysis of primary and secondary structures
  • Fatigue Analysis
  • Finite Element Method
  • CFD  Analysis
  • Crash Analysis
  • Thermo-structural Analysis
  • CAD - CAM activities related to the aerospace
The mastery of sophisticated technology makes Aerosoft a pioneer company across many industrial markets.

Functional skills (CAD, CAM, CFD, etc.)

  • CAD (electrical, mechanical and aeronautical)
  • CAM (equipment design, part-program development, support for laboratories and test prototyping)
  • Stress Analysis (static and dynamic structural analysis, thermal-structural and Fatigue analysis)
  • CFD (simulations of internal/external flows, steady/unsteady flows, with / without heat exchange)
Role in the project Aerosoft acts in the project as leader of the temporary joined consortium. Main tasks consists in coordinating the activities and in developing in concurrence with the partners the stirling engine functional schemes and the solar-concentrator concept.