High Power Radio Frequency (HPRF) Dynamic Surface Engagement M&S Tool, Phase 1
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High Power Radio Frequency (HPRF) weapons are being developed for the US Navy. To assess the utility of potential of these systems for surface Navy applications, a tool is required to simulate dynamic aspects of vessel versus vessel engagements to evaluate their effectiveness and the development of optimum concepts of employment. Such development may be aided by the use of modeling and simulation software capable of modeling the engagement of the HPRF platform and the threat in surface engagement scenarios. This project is a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) award to WarpIV Technologies (http://www.warpiv.com) in San Diego, CA, with NPS as part of the project team providing multi-disciplinary technical expertise across modeling, environmental effects, visualization, statistical analysis, and HPRF physics. WarpIV will employ its high-speed, distributed simulation software as the underlying code base for the project. The MOVES Institute will provide technical consultation together with coordination and liaison with other disciplines at the school.
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