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Computational Design

Computational design support is provided through analysis of hypersonic flow, thermal management, topology optimization, and integrated computational materials engineering studies using virtual analysis tools.  

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Hypersonics

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FRC provides computational support for hypersonic research focusing on control surface thermal management and propulsion system structural integration.  Our numerical analysis capabilities include fluid-structure (FSI), material chemical response to heating and pressure through ablation, and fluid dynamics at high mach. 

ICME

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FRC provides Integrated Computational Materials Engineering computational support for the development of advanced material solutions for vehicle and hypersonic applications. Computational support is geared toward the development of improved structural and thermal properties.  Our ICME approach is often coupled with multiple optimization regimes that can efficiently identify the most promising solutions. 

Topology Optimization

FRC optimizes product geometry and design to reduce weight or improve flow characteristics while maintaining or increasing performance.  This works in concert with material optimization and ICME to rapidly develop virtual prototypes of complex systems to meet strict space claim and performance requirements.

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Biomechanics

For over 25 years Friedman Research Corporation has contributed to the development and design of integrated occupant safety systems.

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​Aircraft Seating Systems

Friedman Research Corporation has developed finite element analysis approaches leading to testing certification of aircraft seating.

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Blast

Our interest in occupant protection has led to significant research in blast and fire conditions from IEDs, plant explosions, terrorist infrastructure attacks

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