GEM has been awarded service contracts by several companies such as FDH Engineering and Naval Air.
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Posted on: November 14, 2018 | 0 Comments
GEM was awarded a Phase II option under NAVAIR's SBIR program to develop a novel isogeometric analysis based high fidelity finite element analysis toolkit to model complex 3D structural components. GEM and Carnegie Mellon University are working together to develop an efficient design-through-analysis platform for design and certification of advanced structures and their sustainment.
Posted on: September 5, 2018 | 0 Comments
Naval Air awarded GEM a Phase II Task Order 3 contract to develop and advance defect/damage characterization technologies and modeling capabilities for composite components with manufacturing defects and service induced damages under multi-axial loading. A combined experimental and numerical study is performed by multiple team members including universities, government labs, and small companies.
Posted on: April 18, 2016 | 0 Comments
Naval Air awarded GEM a 5-year Phase III program to further mature our bonded and bolted analysis toolkit for Abaqus (CB2ATA) to support design and certification of composite joint structures along with their repair for current Navy platforms.
Posted on: March 31, 2016 | 0 Comments
Air Force Office of Scientific Research awarded GEM a Phase II STTR program with Columbia University to develop a combined theoretical, numerical, and experimental approach to create a high fidelity software product for modeling mixing process of multi-particle composite systems.
Posted on: March 22, 2016 | 0 Comments
Naval Air awarded GEM a 1-year Phase II extension program to extend composite bond joint static strength and fatigue life prediction capabilities for combined mechanical and environmental loading.
Posted on: February 22, 2016 | 0 Comments
Naval Air awarded GEM a 1-year Phase II extension program for capability extension of bolted joint analysis modules in CB 2 ATA toolkit for specific applications of Navy platforms.
Posted on: January 27, 2016 | 0 Comments
Bechtel Marie Propulsion Corporation signed a software agreement with GEM to use GEM’s XFA3D toolkit for crack growth and failure prediction of 3D metallic structures.