CAGE 1DAG5 - SIMMETRIX INC.
USA

SIMMETRIX INC.

CAGE Code: 1DAG5
DUNS: 012076795
10 EXECUTIVE PARK DR
CLIFTON PARK NY 12065-5630
UNITED STATES

Telephone: 5183481639
Fax: 5183481655


SIMMETRIX INC. is an Active Commercial Supplier with the Cage Code 1DAG5 and is tracked by Dun & Bradstreet under DUNS Number 012076795.

Additional Data For CAGE 1DAG5

SIC Code 1:7372
Status:A
Type:F
Size:A
Primary Business:N
Type of Business:N
Woman Owned:N
CAO:S0701A
ADP CNT CT:HQ0337

USA Government Contracting Activity for 1DAG5

Wednesday, August 16, 2017
$509,168.69
9700: Department of Defense
W911NF: W6QK ACC-APG DURHAM

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF
AZ11: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (BASIC RESEARCH)

  W911NF16C0117  
Thursday, September 22, 2016
$486,385.14
9700: Department of Defense
W911NF: W6QK ACC-APG DURHAM

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF STTR PHASE II
AZ11: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (BASIC RESEARCH)

  W911NF16C0117  
Thursday, September 11, 2014
$17,000.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
JSC00: JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

PO Purchase Order
SIMMODELER LICENSES
7030: ADP SOFTWARE

  NNJ14JB26P  
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N68335: NAVAIR WARFARE CTR AIRCRAFT DIV LKE

DCA Definitive Contract
STTR PH1 SIMMETRIX INC, ADMIN MOD TO CLARIFY LANGUAGE IN SECTION H.9
AC61: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: ELECTRONICS/COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT (BASIC RESEARCH)

  N6833513C0372  
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N68335: NAVAIR WARFARE CTR AIRCRAFT DIV LKE

DCA Definitive Contract
FLOWDOWN
AC61: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: ELECTRONICS/COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT (BASIC RESEARCH)

  N6833513C0372  
Friday, September 6, 2013
$0.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

DCA Definitive Contract
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX11CC69C     SBIR11PH02  
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
$79,722.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N68335: NAVAIR WARFARE CTR AIRCRAFT DIV LKE

DCA Definitive Contract
N13A-T002
AC61: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: ELECTRONICS/COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT (BASIC RESEARCH)

  N6833513C0372  
Monday, July 29, 2013
$12,000.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
JSC00: JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

PO Purchase Order
SIMMETRIX SOFTWARE UPGRADES/MAINTENANCE
7030: ADP SOFTWARE

  NNJ13JC42P  
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
$0.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

DCA Definitive Contract
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX11CC69C     SBIR11PH02  
Thursday, October 25, 2012
$224,240.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

DCA Definitive Contract
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX11CC69C     SBIR11PH02  
Monday, July 16, 2012
$262,254.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

DCA Definitive Contract
ADD FINAL INCREMENT OF FUNDS AND ENABLING CLAUSE
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865111C0200  
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
$0.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

DCA Definitive Contract
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX11CC69C     SBIR11PH02  
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
$12,000.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
JSC00: JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

PO Purchase Order
PURCHASE OF SIMMETRIX SOFTWARE LICENSE RENEWALS
7030: ADP SOFTWARE

  NNJ11JB82P  
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
$256,700.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

DCA Definitive Contract
SBIR PHASE II, UTILIZING MEDICAL IMAGING TECHNOLOGY
AC52: WEAPONS (APPLIED/EXPLORATORY)

  FA865111C0200  
Monday, August 15, 2011
$150,000.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

DCA Definitive Contract
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D-AERO & SPACE TECH-B RES

  NNX11CC69C     SBIR11PH02  
Monday, July 25, 2011
$175,000.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

DCA Definitive Contract
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D-AERO & SPACE TECH-B RES

  NNX11CC69C     SBIR11PH02  
Friday, July 1, 2011
$50,000.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

DCA Definitive Contract
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D-AERO & SPACE TECH-B RES

  NNX11CC69C     SBIR11PH02  
Thursday, March 17, 2011
$12,000.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
JSC00: JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

PO Purchase Order
PURCHASE OF SIMMETRIX SOFTWARE LICENSE RENEWALS
7030: ADP SOFTWARE

  NNJ11JB82P  
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
$8,015.75
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

PO Purchase Order
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D-AERO & SPACE TECH-B RES

  NNX10CF74P  
Friday, January 7, 2011
$99,904.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA8650: FA8650 USAF AFMC AFRL/RQK

PO Purchase Order
TOOLS FOR RELIABLE MODELING OF CRACK PROPAGATION IN TURBINE ENGINE METALLIC COMPONENTS
AD91: OTHER DEFENSE (BASIC)

  FA865011M5137  
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
$18,703.25
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

PO Purchase Order
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D-AERO & SPACE TECH-B RES

  NNX10CF74P  
Thursday, September 2, 2010
$0.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

PO Purchase Order
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D-AERO & SPACE TECH-B RES

  NNX10CF74P  
Friday, July 16, 2010
($26,719.00)
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

PO Purchase Order
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D-AERO & SPACE TECH-B RES

  NNX10CF74P  
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

PO Purchase Order
UTILIZING MEDICAL IMAGING TECHNOLOGY FOR GENERATION OF MESOSCALE COMPUTATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS
AC56: WEAPONS (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  FA865110M0258  
Monday, June 14, 2010
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract
MULTISCALE SIMULATION APPLICATION
AD95: OTHER DEFENSE (OPERATIONAL)

  W911QX06C0048  
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
$99,959.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

PO Purchase Order
UTILIZING MEDICAL IMAGING TECHNOLOGY FOR GENERATION OF MESOSCALE COMPUTATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS
AC56: WEAPONS (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  FA865110M0258  
Friday, March 5, 2010
$0.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

PO Purchase Order
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D-AERO & SPACE TECH-B RES

  NNX10CF74P  
Friday, January 29, 2010
$99,879.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

PO Purchase Order
THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY AND RELIABLY SIMULATE HIGH-SPEED FLOWS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF GEOMETRICALLY COMPLEX CONFIGURATIONS IS CRITICAL TO MANY OF NASA'S MISSIONS. ADVANCES IN CFD METHODS AND PARALLEL COMPUTING HAVE PROVIDED NASA THE CORE FLOW SOLVERS TO PERFORM THESE SIMULATIONS. HOWEVER, THE EASE OF USE OF THESE FLOW SOLVERS AND THE RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE A STRONG FUNCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO DISCRETIZE THE DOMAIN. MANY APPLICATIONS INVOLVE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC FEATURES: BOUNDARY LAYERS, SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, SHOCKS ETC. EFFICIENT RESOLUTION OF THOSE FEATURES MOTIVATES MATCHING THE MESH RESOLUTION/ANISOTROPY TO THE SOLUTION'S ANISOTROPY BUT, IN THE MORE CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS, THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF THOSE FEATURES IS DIFFICULT TO PRECISELY ESTIMATE PRIOR TO SOLUTION. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MESHING TOOLS ARE NOT CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AND CONTROLLING THE REQUIRED INITIAL MESHES, NOR ADAPTING THE MESH TO MATCH EVOLVING ANISOTROPIC FEATURES. THIS PROJECT WILL COMBINE SIMMETRIX INC. EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MESHING COMPONENTS FOR FLOW SIMULATIONS, AND RENSSELAER'S SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION RESEARCH CENTER EXPERTISE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE MESH CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, TO PROVIDE NASA THE MESH GENERATION AND ADAPTATION TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED. NEW TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED TO CREATE HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC SEMI-STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED MESHES SUITABLE FOR CFD SIMULATIONS WITH HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOW FEATURES (E.G., BOUNDARY LAYERS, BOW SHOCKS, FREE SHEAR LAYERS, WAKES, CONTACT SURFACES). TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT THESE MESHES BASED ON MESH CORRECTION INDICATORS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO ENABLE FULLY AUTOMATED ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS. ALL PROCEDURES TO BE DEVELOPED WILL WORK EFFECTIVELY IN PARALLEL ON LARGE-SCALE PARALLEL COMPUTERS AND WILL SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF FLOW SOLVERS. THE OVERALL CAPABILITIES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH EXECUTION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PARALLEL ADAPTIVE SIMULATIONS ON PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO NASA.
AR11: R&D-AERO & SPACE TECH-B RES

  NNX10CF74P  
Friday, July 10, 2009
$6,000.00
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
JSC00: JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

PO Purchase Order
PURCHASE OF SIMMETRIX SOFTWARE SUITE LICENSE.
7030: ADP SOFTWARE

  NNJ09JE79P  
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
$99,694.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA8650: FA8650 USAF AFMC AFRL/RQK

PO Purchase Order
MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF CRACK PROPAGATION IN STRUCTURES
AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  FA865009M3914  
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
$69,291.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N68335: NAVAIR WARFARE CTR AIRCRAFT DIV LKE

DCA Definitive Contract
STTR PHASE 1 TOPIC N08-T002
AC61: R&D-ELECTRONICS & COMM EQ-B RES

  N6833508C0257  
Friday, June 27, 2008
$396,819.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911NF: W6QK ACC-APG DURHAM

DCA Definitive Contract
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH SERVICES
AZ11: R&D-OTHER R & D-B RES

  W911NF07C0108  
Tuesday, October 2, 2007
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911NF: W6QK ACC-APG DURHAM

DCA Definitive Contract
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH SERVICES
AZ11: R&D-OTHER R & D-B RES

  W911NF07C0108  
Friday, September 14, 2007
$344,595.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract
MODIFICATION TO FULLY FUND CONTRACT
AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  W911QX06C0131  
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
$342,316.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911NF: W6QK ACC-APG DURHAM

DCA Definitive Contract
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH SERVICES
AZ11: R&D-OTHER R & D-B RES

  W911NF07C0108  
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract
INCORPORATE DCMA MODIFICATION TO CHANGE DCMA OFFICE INTO CONTRACT
AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  W911QX06C0131  
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract
INCORPORATE DCMA A00002 TO CHANGE DCMA OFFICE, INTO CONTRACT
AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  W911QX06C0040  
Wednesday, January 24, 2007
$356,007.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract
MULTISCALE SIMULATION APPLICATION
AD95: OTHER DEFENSE (OPERATIONAL)

  W911QX06C0048  
Tuesday, January 16, 2007
($3.00)
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract
MODIFICATION TO INCORPORATE DCMA A00001 INTO SPS
AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  W911QX06C0040  
Thursday, November 30, 2006
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract
SBIR
AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  W911QX06C0131  
Monday, November 20, 2006
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract
MICROSTRUCTURAL MATERIALS
AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  W911QX06C0040  
Thursday, August 10, 2006
$98,810.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911NF: W6QK ACC-APG DURHAM

DCA Definitive Contract
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH SERVICES
AZ11: R&D-OTHER R & D-B RES

  W911NF06C0139  
Thursday, July 20, 2006
$49,721.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract
MICROSTRUCTURAL MATERIALS
AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  W911QX06C0040  
Tuesday, March 7, 2006
$142,810.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract

AD95: OTHER DEFENSE (OPERATIONAL)

  W911QX06C0048  
Wednesday, December 28, 2005
$69,865.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract

AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  W911QX06C0040  
Friday, December 23, 2005
$200,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract

AD95: OTHER DEFENSE (OPERATIONAL)

  W911QX06C0048  
Monday, October 31, 2005
$39,257.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract

AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  W911QX05C0037  
Friday, March 25, 2005
$99,842.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA8650: FA8650 USAF AFMC AFRL/RQK

PO Purchase Order

AC12: R&D-AIRCRAFT-A RES/EXPL DEV

  FA865005M2586  
Friday, December 10, 2004
$68,885.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract

AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  W911QX05C0037  
Friday, July 30, 2004
$247,189.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911NF: W6QK ACC-APG DURHAM

DCA Definitive Contract

AZ11: R&D-OTHER R & D-B RES

  DAAD1903C0107  
Friday, August 15, 2003
$242,686.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
AD19: USA MATERIEL COMMAND ACQUISITION

DCA Definitive Contract

AZ11: R&D-OTHER R & D-B RES

  DAAD1903C0107  
Wednesday, August 7, 2002
$97,512.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
AD19: USA MATERIEL COMMAND ACQUISITION

DCA Definitive Contract

AZ11: R&D-OTHER R & D-B RES

  DAAD1902C0080  
Tuesday, October 2, 2001
$4,817.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
GR07: AFRL/MLKM METALS CONTRACTING BRN

DCA Definitive Contract

AD92: OTHER DEFENSE (APPLIED/EXPLORATORY)

  F3361599C5021  
Wednesday, April 25, 2001
$98,788.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
GR05: AFRL/VAK AIR VEHICLES CONTRACTNG

PO Purchase Order

AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  F3361501M3142  
Thursday, July 6, 2000
$360,408.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
GR08: AFRL/MLKN NONMETALS CONTRACTING

DCA Definitive Contract

AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  F3361599C5021  
Wednesday, February 16, 2000
$375,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
GR08: AFRL/MLKN NONMETALS CONTRACTING

DCA Definitive Contract

AD96: OTHER DEFENSE (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  F3361599C5021