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Issue No.05 - September/October (2010 vol.12)
pp: 18-26
Steven Ellison , Air Force SEEK EAGLE Office, Eglin Air Force Base
John Dean , Air Force SEEK EAGLE Office, Eglin Air Force Base
Michael Johnson , Air Force SEEK EAGLE Office, Eglin Air Force Base
Cindy Prebola , Aerospace Testing Alliance/Arnold Engineering Development Center, Arnold Air Force Base
Charles Fabozzi , 46 RANG/VTSOA, Eglin Air Force Base
Alexis Cenko , Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River Naval Air Station
ABSTRACT
Before weapons systems can be deployed, air armament engineers must solve problems in areas such as weapon separation, aircraft stability and control, and electromagnetic interference. The Institute for High-Performance Computing Applications to Air Armament enhances these efforts, supplying new engineering analysis capabilities, and promoting the sharing of engineering codes, models, and data.
INDEX TERMS
Data management, scientific computing, software, systems engineering, computational fluid dynamics, computational electromagnetics
CITATION
Steven Ellison, John Dean, Michael Johnson, Cindy Prebola, Charles Fabozzi, Alexis Cenko, "Supplying Air Warfare Capability Through High-Performance Computing", Computing in Science & Engineering, vol.12, no. 5, pp. 18-26, September/October 2010, doi:10.1109/MCSE.2010.76
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