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Upcoming Webinars

Expanding Release Envelopes Into the Supersonic Regime via CFD-Driven Analysis

The Air Force Seek Eagle Office (AFSEO) is dedicated to store-aircraft compatibility and responsible for recommending release envelope limits that permit safe and acceptable store separation, thus delivering new capabilities to the Warfighter. The term…

Current State and Future Directions of Composites Additive Manufacturing (AM) for Limited Life Aircraft Structure

Continuous fiber composites printing offers an elegant means to generate complex shapes, reinforce parts by leveraging the inherent anisotropy of fiber deposition, and enable a manufacturing paradigm dominated by digital engineering and distributed production.  However,…

Assessing Military Technology: Effectiveness Is the Metric That Matters

It is clear that effectiveness is a crucial metric when it comes to making informed decisions about investments in warfighting technologies. This presentation underscores the importance of using wargame modeling software to assess the effectiveness…

Past Webinars

What Makes a Simulation Credible? Cost-Effective Verification, Validation, and Accreditation (VV&A) in the Systems Engineering Process: Focusing V&V on A

The U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) Warfare Effectiveness Department (WED) VV&A Branch has developed and executed a cost-effective, risk-based VV&A process for…

Multi-Degree-of-Freedom Blast Effects Simulator

Improvised explosive devices have complex, intense, and injurious effects on seated occupants of ground vehicles. Testing these effects is important for the development and assessment…

Artificial Intelligence for Weapons Systems

Artificial intelligence (AI) applied to weapons systems represents a major trend in research in the past 10 years. These initiatives seek to increase weapon accuracy,…

X-ray Computed Tomography as a Reverse Engineering Tool

A tool to see the invisible?  It sounds too good to be true.  Just as medical X-ray computed tomography (CT) scanning is used to visualize…

Introduction to Reliability Analysis Using Weibull Engineering

Everything breaks, eventually. Reliability analyses seek to understand and even predict the failure of parts and systems so that users, designers, and sustainers can plan…

Human Agent Interaction for Intelligent Weapons Systems

New priorities have emerged from the Army’s Multi-Domain Operations (MDO) concept that establishes the importance of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) on a…