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Ames-developed planning and scheduling system in use on a wide variety of missions and simulations
Modeling and simulation experts in the NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) Division at Ames Research Center are performing cutting edge simulations that supply key aerodynamic data needed for the design of NASA’s heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS).
The ADEPT concept is a mechanically deployable semi-rigid aeroshell entry system capable of achieving low ballistic coefficient during entry suitable for a variety of planetary or earth return missions leveraging Ames’ expertise in TPS material and entry system design, development and testing.
The Prognostics Center of Excellence (PCoE) at Ames Research Center provides an umbrella for prognostic technology development, specifically addressing prognostic technology gaps within the application areas of aeronautics and space exploration.
Use of advanced modeling techniques and ultra-high resolution grids in numerical simulations have predicted rotorcraft rotor performance within experimental error for the first time.