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  • 02-2013

    For more information, contact us at 575-835-4800 or PMC_info@survice.com.

    www.survice.comSafe Survivable Effective

    PMC Operation - Socorro, New Mexico

    Survivability Simulation

    Advanced Survivability Analysis ProgramNaval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division and SURVICE Engineering.

    Weapon Modeling

    SURVICE Engineerings office in Socorro, New Mexico applies physically-based modeling and advanced mathematics toward solving complex engineering problems in computer software. We have a long-established history of supporting DoD and industry, and a reputation for results.

    TurboPKVulnerability Asssessment with High-Speed Raytracing

    SURVICE Engineerings office in Socorro, New Mexico applies physically-based modeling and advanced mathematics toward solving complex engineering problems in computer software. We have a long-established history of supporting DoD and industry, and a reputation for results.

    SURVICE/PMC develops and maintains the Advanced Survivability Analysis Program (ASAP), the US Navys primary survivability simulation software for large warships. ASAP was designed using a highly modular software model, and it integrates the most advanced techniques for modeling primary and secondary weapon effects that are available.

    Much of the work that the SURVICE/PMC operation does involves ASAP, either in developing new models, or maintaining the system for the analysts who use it every day.

    Geometry modelsWeapon simulation Structural response Blast Shock Fragments Holing Shaped Charges Finite Element

    Secondary effects System analysis Fire Flooding

    SC3DDesktop-based Shaped Charge Design

    LaserFXLaser analysis using high-speed raytracing techniques and thermal fluence calcula-tions to predict the amount of energy needed to damage aircraft components.

  • 02-2013

    All the images featured on these pages are based on software written at SURVICE Engineering. The SURVICE PMC Operation is always looking for scientists, engineers, and mathematicians who have a talent for computer programming. Visit www.survice.com for career information.

    www.survice.comSafe Survivable Effective

    Computational Fluid Dynamics ApplicationsSURVICE utilizes CFD models in the ASAP program to predict the survivability of ship components subjected to warhead blast effects. The images below depict pressure waves as they pass over the external surface of a ship. ASAP applies algorithms for component kill criteria in order to determine survivability, for example, whether a threshold pressure or impulse was exceeded.

    Engineering MechanicsCoupled Fire CFD and Mechanical Analysis (ASAP)SURVICE is developing a new model for the analysis of the response of ship structures during and after fire, particularly aluminum ships. The resulting model, which will become part of ASAP, incorporates ApolloTM, a SURVICE CFD model for fire analysis, and Abaqus, a commercial finite element program.

    Coupled Blast CFD and Structural Response (ASAP)ASAPs models include CFD models for internal and external blast effects, coupled with a custom finite element model for the study of the response of ship structure to the blast.

    SURVICE tests, maintains, and improves these codes, including adding the capability for execution in parallel threads.

    These images depict several snapshots in time of a model of a field test of a ship compartment structural support design. Color indicates the internal pressures of the test article.

    26 msec8 msec

    ApolloSURVICE is also developing Apollo, a state-of-the-art CFD model for fire and blast modeling. Apollo uses advanced multi-processor programming techniques to achieve high degrees of scalability as more computational cores are applied.