SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY & APPLIED RESEARCH, INC.

Address

11520 N. Port Washington Rd.
Suite 201
Mequon, WI, 53092-3432

Information

DUNS: 141953740
# of Employees: 6

Ownership Information

Hubzone Owned: N
Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: N
Woman Owned: N

Award Charts




Award Listing

  1. Improved Emission/Ionization Algorithms and Modeling Methodology for Design of High-Brightness Electron Guns

    Amount: $470,696.00

    Millimeter-wave tubes that operate in the 80 to 300 GHz range are important sources of microwave power for future communication, remote sensing, and electronic warfare applications. Effective computer ...

    SBIRPhase II2010Navy Department of Defense
  2. Improved Emission/Ionization Algorithms and Modeling Methodology for Design of High-Brightness Electron Guns

    Amount: $99,107.00

    High-brightness electron beams are needed for improved power production and reliability of microwave tubes operating in the 80GHz - 300GHz range. At these frequencies, the beam size becomes sufficient ...

    SBIRPhase I2009Navy Department of Defense
  3. An Improved 2D Eigensolver for RF Cavity Design

    Amount: $94,571.00

    The conceptual development of new components for use in accelerators, microwave devices, and other endeavors often starts with simplified models, typically in a reduced dimensional space. For radio f ...

    SBIRPhase I2009Department of Energy
  4. Robust and Efficient Dark Current Modeling on Finite-Element Meshes

    Amount: $99,829.00

    Understanding and suppressing dark current generation is an important part of designing a variety of high-field-gradient structures, including radio-frequency electron guns, slow-wave structures, and ...

    SBIRPhase I2009Department of Energy
  5. Coupled Electromagnetic-Thermal-Structural Finite-Element Analysis on Petascale Computers

    Amount: $99,410.00

    Highly-efficient physical-modeling software for use on large scale supercomputers is very important to the reduction of development costs of the proposed Advanced Exotic Beam Laboratory (AEBL) project ...

    SBIRPhase I2008Department of Energy
  6. A Computational Tool for the Study of RF Breakdown Phenomena

    Amount: $99,941.00

    Radio-frequency (RF) breakdowns is an important barrier to obtaining higher field gradients in modern accelerators. Unfortunately, there are presently no simulation tools that allow understanding and ...

    SBIRPhase I2008Department of Energy
  7. Finite Element-Based Dark Current Modeling with the Analyst Code

    Amount: $99,134.00

    New high-energy physics accelerators are very expensive to design and build; therefore, predicting and correcting potential failure mechanisms early in the design process can have a substantial impact ...

    SBIRPhase I2007Department of Energy
  8. An Advanced Simulation Toolkit for Photon Band Gap/Advanced Structure Development

    Amount: $626,768.00

    The development of high-gradient accelerating structures is critical to reducing the cost of next generation particle colliders. In order to develop any novel structure, such as a photo band gap stru ...

    SBIRPhase II2006Department of Energy
  9. A 3D Finite-Element Modeling Tool for Multipacting Analysis

    Amount: $550,000.00

    Strong radio-frequency electromagnetic fields in the high-power components used in colliders can induce a resonant cascade of particles near internal surfaces (called multipacting) ¿ which can lead ...

    SBIRPhase II2006Department of Energy
  10. A Design Tool for Predicting Parasitic Oscillations in High-Power Sheet-Beam Klystrons

    Amount: $99,970.00

    High-power klystrons are expensive critical components of proposed high-energy particle accelerators such as the International Linear Collider. Spurious oscillations in traditional pencil-beam klystr ...

    SBIRPhase I2006Department of Energy

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