Modeling large-scale problems in electromagnetics using physics-based high fidelity radio frequency predictive tools is of critical interest to the defense community. Especially in the X to Ka band (8-30 GHz), many full scale problems such as plume/plasma/hardbody signature predictions, antenna/structure coupling simulations can stretch to thousands of wavelengths in size making them computationally very expensive for full wave solvers.

However, recent emergence of next generation computing technologies being developed at HyPerComp offer to meet the following modeling and simulation requirements:

  1. Reduction in pre-processing time of CAD import/repair and grid generation of complex targets with material layers
  2. Solver accuracy when dealing with small scale and large scale structures and across the radio frequency spectrum
  3. Scalability of algorithms to solve very large problems using increasingly more cores in parallel
  4. Affordable computational resource requirements and quick turnaround run times

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