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PHYSICS-BASED MODELING IN DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT FOR U.S. DEFENSE CONFERENCE

NOVEMBER 5 - 8, 2012

DENVER, CO

Agenda

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2012

KEYNOTE

  • Dr. Ed Kraft, Chief Technologist, Arnold Engineering Development Complex

KEYNOTE


SERVICES VIEWS ON BENEFITS OF CREATE
Moderator: Dr. Ed Kraft, Chief Technologist, Arnold Engineering Development Complex
Panelists:

  • Col Keith Bearden, USAF, Director, Requirements and Capabilities Integration Directorate
  • Dr. E. Thomas Moyer, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division
  • Mr. Tom Rudowsky, NAVAIR, Director, Aircraft and Unmanned Air Vehicle Dept

GENERAL SESSION

INDUSTRY USE OF CREATE MODELS
Moderator: Mr. Bob Rassa, Chair Emeritus, NDIA Systems Engineering Division; Chair, CMMI ®
Steering Group; Director, Engineering Programs, Raytheon SAS
Panelists:

  • Mr. Ray Cosner, The Boeing Company
  • Mr. Kurt Elkins Raytheon Company
  • Mr. Jeff Bergenthal, Lockheed Martin
  • Mr. Adrian Mackenna, NAVSEA

IMPROVING TEST & EVALUATION WITH PHYSICS-BASED MODELING
Moderator: Dr. Ed Kraft, Chief Technologist, Arnold Engineering Development Complex
Panelists:

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2012

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

CREATE COMPONENT OVERVIEWS

  • 15102 - CREATE-AV DaVinci: Informed Systems Engineering Decision Making for DoD Acquisition,
    Mr. Gregory Roth, Wright-Patterson AFB
  • 15082 - Modeling Antennas with CREATE-RF’s SENTRi Application, Dr. John D’Angelo, Air Force Research Laboratory
  • 14965 - Using CREATE’s Rapid Ship Design Environment to Perform Design Space Exploration
    for a Ship Design, Mr. Adrian Mackenna, NAVSEA
  • 15286 - CREATE-Ships Integrated Hydrodynamic Design Environment (IHDE), Mr. Adrian Mackenna, NAVSEA
  • 15088 - Capstone: A Platform for Geometry, Meshing and Attribution Modeling for Physics-Based Analysis and Design, Dr. Saikat Dey, Naval Research Laboratory

50 YEARS OF PHYSICS OF FAILURE

  • 14976 - SoftWare for the Optimization of Radiation Detectors (SWORD), Dr. Chul Gwon, Naval Research Laboratory

BLAST/FRAGMENTATION AND SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY/VULNERABILITY MODELING

  • 14961 - 2012 Hightlights of the CREATE Program, Dr. Douglass Post, DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program to be given by: Dr. Saikat Dey, Naval Research Laboratory
  • 15019 - Analysis of Underbody Blast and Blast in Urban Areas Using the MSU Loci/BLAST Code,
    Dr. Richard Weed, Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems
  • 15110 - A Blast Model Comparison Between Hydrocode and CFD, Mr. John Adams, Booz Allen Hamilton

MESHES/GRIDS

  • 14973 - Automated Discretization of Digital Curves Through Local or Global Constrained Optimization
    Dr. David McLaurin, Mississippi State University

FINITE ELEMANT ANALYSIS

  • 15049 - Finite Element Analysis Simulation & Design Optimization for Defense Training Systems, Dr. Jose Gonzalez, Kratos Defense & Security Solutions

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

  • 14749 - Taking Advantage of Plant Modeling in the Software Development Process, Mr. David Stamm, Pi Innovo
  • 15040 - Software Engineering in CREATE—Lessons Deployed, Dr. Richard Kendall, HPCMO – CREATE to be given by: Dr. Saikat Dey, Naval Research Laboratory

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS

  • 14985 - Parallet Hex Meshing from Volume Fractions, Mr. Steven J. Owen, Lockhead Martin
  • 15042 - A Performance-based Code Assessment for Low Mach Large Eddy Simulations, Dr. Stefan Domino, Sandia National Laboratories
  • 15035 - Accelerating Finite Difference Computations Using General Purpose GPU Computing, Mr. James Stevens, 559th Software Maintenance Squadron

VERIFICATION & VALIDATION

  • 15050 - Verification & Validation of Physics-Based Models for Blast Applications Ms. Amy Tank, SURVICE Engineering Company
  • 15103 - Uncertainty Quantification and Validation of Equipment Response to Underwater Shock Loading Dr. Kenneth Hu, Sandia National Laboratories
  • 15048 - Prediction of Ship Shock Response and Damage with the Navy Enhanced Sierra Mechanics Code, Dr. E. Thomas Moyer, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division
  • 15039 - Verification, Validation and Uncertainty Quantification in CREATE - A Case Study, Dr. Larry Votta, HPCMO- CREATES-BASED MODELING INIT to be given by: Dr. John D’Angelo, Air Force Research Laboratory

ENVIRONMENT AND PHENOMENOLOGY

  • 15152 - Predicting RF Signal Attenuation in Urban Environments through Ray-Tracing, Dr. Evens Jean, Dynamics Research Corporation
  • 15010 - First- Principles Hover Prediction for Multiple Rotor Blades Using CREAT-AV HELIOS, Dr. Nathan Hariharan, CREATE-AV to be given by: Mr. Benjamin Hallissy, NAVAIR

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2012

 

REQUIREMENTS AND SYSTEMS MODELING

  • 14731 - Leveraging Service-Oriented Architectures with MBSE, Mr. Zane Scott, Vitech Corporation
  • 14732 - The Power of Iterative Interviews in Modeling Existing Systems, Mr. Zane Scott, Vitech Corporation

PHYSICS BASED MODELING ENVIRONMENTS AND USABILITY

  • 14974 - The Sandia Analysis Workbench: Leveraging a COTS Framework to Provide Integrated Engineering Analysis Workflows on HPC Systems, Dr. Robert Clay, Sandia National Laboratories
  • 15120 - Virtual Prototyping, Dr. Ab Hashemi (paper), Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
  • 15092 - Use of Plugin Architecture and Full Source
    Licensing in the Deployment and Support of the Conflict Analysis & Simulation Tool (CAST),
    Mr. John Shue, ManTech International Corporation

PROPELLANT & FUEL MODELING

  • 14986 - Physics-Based Model for Online Fault Detection in Autonomous Cryogenic Loading System,
    Dr. Vadim Smelyanskiy, Physics Based Methods, Exploration Systems Directorate, NASA Ames Research Center
  • 14977 - Hazards Induced by Breach of Liquid Rocket Fuel Tanks: Physics-Based Modeling of Cavitation-Induced Self-Ignition and Radiation-Induced Aerosol Explosion of Cryogenic H2-Ox Fluids,
    Dr. Vadim Smelyanskiy, Physics Based Methods, Exploration Systems Directorate, NASA Ames Research Center
  • 15111 - AFRL’s ALREST Physics-Based Combustion Stability Prediction Program, Dr. Venke Sankaran, Air Force Research Laboratory

PHYSICS BASED MODELING ACCESSIBILITY AND SERVICES

  • 14489 - WARP – A Centralized Repository for Physics-Based Models, Mr. David Nicholls, Reliability Information Analysis Center
  • 14769 - Portal Development for HPC at Maui High Performance Computing Center DoD Supercomputing Resource Center, Mr. David Morton, Maui High Performance Computing Center
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