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07/08/2011
In July 8 2011, Advanced Dynamics Inc. and Sikorsky Aircraft (US leading Helicopter Manufacturer) made telecon for overview of VABS-IDE software that is under development by Advanced Dynamics Inc. for a Army sponsored SBIR, which is unique toolset for conceptual design of rotor blade and turbine blade.....
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”ō 07/08/2011
In July 8 2011, Advanced Dynamics Inc. and Sikorsky Aircraft (US leading Helicopter Manufacturer) made telecon for overview of VABS-IDE software that is under development by Advanced Dynamics Inc. for a Army sponsored SBIR, which is unique toolset for conceptual design of rotor blade and turbine blade, and Sikorsky Aircraft representative expressed that they will purchase licenses of VABS-IDE from Advanced Dynamics soon.

”ō11/01/2010
In Nov. 2010, Advanced Dynamics Inc. (Prime), University of Oklahoma and Lock-heed Martin Corporation were selected for NASA SBIR Phase I to conduct the research for ”°Towards Better Modeling and Simulation of Nonlinear Aeroelasticity on and beyond Transonic Regime.”±

”ō11/01/2010
In Nov. 2010, Advanced Dynamics Inc. (Prime), Duke University, University of Oklahoma and Lock-heed Martin Corporation were selected for NASA SBIR Phase I to develop ”°High-Fidelity Computational Aeroelastic Models in Support of Certification Airworthiness of Control Surfaces with Freeplay and Other Nonlinear Features”±

”ō 10/01/2010
In Oct. 2010, Advanced Dynamics Inc. (Prime), University of Oklahoma and Boeing Company were selected for NASA SBIR Phase II to develop ”°State-of-the-art, Multi-fidelity Modeling and Simulation (M&S) Tool for Nonlinear Aeroelasticity.”±
”ō 10/01/2010
In Oct. 2010, Advanced Dynamics Inc., Advanced Rotorcraft Technology Inc. (Prime) and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute were awarded Navy STTR Phase II project to develop ”°Coupled Viscous Vortex Particle Method and Unstructured CFD Solve for Rotorcraft Aerodynamic Interaction Modeling.”±

”ō09/16/2010
On Sept 16-17, 2010, Advanced Dynamics Inc., Rolls-Royce Corporation, Cornell University and US Air Force held a Workshop at Indianapolis, Indiana for Industry-University collaboration on research and development of aeroturbine engine techniques

”ō 06/01/2010
In June and July 2010, Advanced Dynamics Inc. was awarded 4 Navy STTR Phase I contracts
”ō 10/25/2009
Advanced Dynamics Corporation released the Word's first multi-disciplinary, multi-physics, multi-scale and multi-fidelity analysis amd design optimization (4MAO) computer software tool set ASTE-P 1.0
”ō 10/20/2009
Advanced Dynamics Inc., Georgia Tech and Utah State University team has been awarded a Army SBIR Phase II
”ō 10/25/2009
On October 25, 2009, Advanced Dynamics Corporation released the Word's first multi-disciplinary, multi-physics, multi-scale and multi-fidelity analysis amd design optimization (4MAO) computer software tool set ASTE-P 1.0 for aerospace vehicles, marine ships, high-speed trains and automotives, as well as complex mechanical system.
”ō 10/20/2009
Advanced Dynamics Inc., Georgia Tech and Utah State University team has been awarded a Army SBIR Phase II for development of VABS-Enabled Design Environment for Efficient High-Fidelity Composite Rotor Blade and Wing Section Design.
”ō 07/16/2009,
Advanced Rotorcraft Technology Inc. (ART), Advanced Dynamics Inc. (ADI) and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) team was awarded Navy STTR Phase I for development of Coupled Viscous Vortex Particle Method and Unstructured CFD Solver for Rotorcraft Aerodynamic Interaction Modeling.
”ō 11/24/2008
Congratulation on that ADI has been selected for 2 NASA new SBIR Phase I awards!
”ō 11/17/2008
Congratulation on that ADI and University of Oklahoma team was selected for AFOSR 2008 STTR Phase I award for ”°Development of Multidisciplinary, Multi-Fidelity Analysis and Integration of Aerospace Vehicles”±
”ō 10/20/2008
ADI will release the large scale multi-disciplinary, multi-physics, multi-scale, and multi-fidelity analysis and optimization (4MAO) software tool sets, named ASTE-P, for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CSD), Computational Structure Dynamics (CSD) and Aeroelastic (AE) / Aeroservoelastic (ASE) /Aeroservothermoelasticity and Propulsion (ASTE-P) Modeling and Simulation for aerospace vehicles, marine ships and automotives, the planned schedule for releasing the alpha test version will be January 2009.
”ō 10/20/2008
ADI was selected for Army SBIR Phase I for development of VABS-Enabled Design Environment for Efficient High-Fidelity Composite Rotor Blade and Wing Section Design
”ō 10/20/2008
the installation of a cluster with 5 nodes and 10 quad-core processor (total 40 cores) is completed, which will significantly increase the computational power at ADI. In addition, ADI is planning to build a super cluster with 100 nodes and 200 quad-core processor (total 800 cores).
Headquarters: Advanced Dynamics Inc. 1500 Bull Lea Road, Suite 203, Lexington, KY 40511
For immediate inquiries call Tel: (859) 699-0441 Fax:(859) 243-5615 Email: Contact@advanceddynamics-usa.com

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