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Displaying 196041 - 196050 of 201436 results
  1. A Priori Error-Controlled Simulations of Electromagnetic Phenomena for HPC

    SBC: HYPERCOMP INC            Topic: A11aT015

    Recently significant advances have been made in the high fidelity modeling of electromagnetic phenomena in complex geometries in the time-domain. To make high fidelity simulations of scattering and radiation tractable, the computational region must be truncated in a manner allowing outgoing waves to leave with minimal reflection from the boundary. We, HyPerComp in collaboration with Profess ...

    STTR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
  2. Performance Assessment and Optimization of Installed Antenna and Radome

    SBC: HYPERCOMP INC            Topic: N111009

    The principal elements for creating an efficient, accurate, and robust suite of tools for combined radome/antenna design are currently within view. The challenge is to integrate these elements in a package that is easily applied to optimizing radar system performance when the antenna is installed on a specific platform behind a radome that must meet both structural and aerodynamic constraints. S ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. Electromagnetic Scattering Effects of Sea on the Radar Cross Section (RCS) of Small Boats in Littoral and Deep Ocean Environments.

    SBC: HYPERCOMP INC            Topic: N092101

    HyPerComp, Inc. in collaboration with Professor Patrick Lynett of Texas A & M University is developing a comprehensive approach to providing realistic geometric models for small craft moving in a littoral environment, including representations for the sea surface, suitable for use in computing radar returns from the combined surfaces using currently available electromagnetic solvers. In this effor ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Efficient Broadband Electrically Small Antenna Arrays

    SBC: HYPERCOMP INC            Topic: N092116

    HyPerComp proposes to build on its strengths in developing high order discontinuous Galerkin (DG)-based methods, uncertainty quantification and reduced order-basis methods and investigate some novel ideas for modeling large-scale antenna/structure coupling problems of interest to the Navy. Some of the technologies to be considered are, 1) Physics-based accurate modeling of EM scattering from compl ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. Automated Preparation of Geometry Models for Computational Applications

    SBC: HYPERCOMP INC            Topic: A09132

    In this proposed effort we seek to develop and integrate CAD repair algorithms with our existing highly capable geometry manipulation and grid generation software with the goal of greatly decreasing the time spent generating grids for complex geometry configurations as part of the numerical simulation problem setup. Highly detailed CAD models are critical for design and manufacture of a wide varie ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. Mesh Generation and Control for Moving Boundary Problems

    SBC: HYPERCOMP INC            Topic: A12aT012

    In this proposal, a team comprising of HyPerComp Inc. and NASA-JPL aims to develop modular parallel adaptive meshing capability for problems involving implicitly captured interfaces such as free surface capture using the level set method. In specific, these models will be demonstrated along with the appropriate software interfaces for the US Army PROTEUS toolkit. The foundation for this developmen ...

    STTR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseArmy
  7. Methodologies for Accurate Assessment of Target Characteristics

    SBC: HYPERCOMP INC            Topic: MDA11039

    Building on HyPerComp"s strengths in developing high order physics-based solvers in multidisciplinary technologies in electromagnetics and fluid dynamics, we have now embarked on a new high order framework (being named High Definition-Physics (HDPhysics)) for solving time-domain Maxwell"s equations based on the nodal discontinuous Galerkin (DG) formulation. This new framework has many new feature ...

    SBIR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  8. Efficient Computational Tool for RF-Induced Thermal Response

    SBC: HYPERCOMP INC            Topic: AF121032

    ABSTRACT: In this proposal we suggest a two pronged approach to obtaining fast and efficient solutions to whole-body thermal response of tissue to RF exposures. The first, is the application of high fidelity electromagnetics and heat transfer solvers using high performance computing tools and techniques to obtain fast individual solutions. A multiphysical CPU/GPU based unstructured mesh solver su ...

    SBIR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseAir Force
  9. Radar Signature Tools for Small Boats in Dynamic Sea Environments

    SBC: HYPERCOMP INC            Topic: N121038

    A comprehensive approach is proposed to develop and integrate tools for computationally obtaining radar signatures of small watercraft in dynamic seas over many simulation steps. In the proposed Phase I effort, HyPerComp, Inc. will develop and demonstrate capabilities for quickly creating geometric representations of dynamic sea states with boats in motion for use by high frequency and full wave e ...

    SBIR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. Performance Assessment and Optimization of Installed Antenna and Radome

    SBC: HYPERCOMP INC            Topic: N111009

    The goals of this SBIR effort are to 1) develop a framework to analyze and optimize on-aircraft antenna/radome performance, 2) demonstrate the capability for a full scale platform of interest to the Navy at X-band frequencies, and 3) develop novel procedures that can significantly reduce the computational burden by orders of magnitude over the current state of the art and state of practice. To ach ...

    SBIR Phase II 2012 Department of DefenseNavy
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