ESTECO and Lockheed Martin will host a joint webinar on July 31st 2018, presenting an overview of the EXPEDITE Program and the role ESTECO technology will play in order to advance Multi-disciplinary Analysis and Design Optimization (MADO).
In 2017 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Advanced Development Programs (ADP - The Skunk Works) was announced as the winner of the US Air Force Research Laboratories (AFRL) Multi-Disciplinary Science and Technology Center EXPEDITE program. EXPEDITE
(EXPanded MDO for Effectiveness Based DesIgn TEchnologies) is the latest in a series of successful programs by AFRL seeking to advance the state-of-the-art of Multi-disciplinary Analysis and Design Optimization (MADO) as applied to US Air Force programs.
For EXPEDITE the primary thrusts for the program include path and state-dependent design to capture discipline transients, HPC and higher fidelity physics to support Uncertainty Quantification (UQ), and expanding conceptual design down through Operational Analysis to support Effectiveness Based Design.
Overview of ESTECO and its technology Overview of EXPEDITE Program Lockheed Martin progress with ESTECO modeFRONTIER and VOLTA products Q&A Session
Clif Davies - EXPEDITE Program Manager, Lockheed Martin Michael Mull - Aeronautical Engineer, Lockheed Martin Roel Van De Velde - Director of AS&D, ESTECO North America