Last week the Advanced Systems Engineering and Integration Division of ARINC Engineering Services announced it had installed a new Linux cluster that will allow the company to offer an expanded supercomputing capability at its Annapolis, Maryland headquarters.
The new supercomputer can now fully implement ARINC’s analytical toolset, including the Geometric Theory of Diffraction and the more broadly applicable Method of Moments, Physical Optics, and Finite Element methods, along with hybrid implementations. This significantly increases both the size of the objects that can be modeled and the frequencies at which they can be analyzed. It also greatly reduces the computational time needed to solve simpler problems.
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