Physics Based Modelling
De-risking complex engineering and operational scenarios by combining modern physics based modelling with realistic, immersive visualisation and distributed open standards.
- Improved safety and operational effectiveness
- Optimised system design via simulation
- Early prediction of system performance
- Alternative to expensive or dangerous activities
- Maximised interoperability and re-use
- Pull-through of technology into synthetic training
- Accurate validated physical behaviour
- Realistic 3D engineering visualisations
- Real-time distributed simulations using the High Level Architecture (HLA)
- Flexible modelling framework
- Open-source and licence-free applications
- Tailored to meet customer requirements
Systems simulations can be applied, ranging from initial engineering design and prediction of operational performance, through to support of entry into service and forming the basis for synthetic training. They allow exploration of the full performance envelope for candidate solutions, support engineering and design decisions.
SEA has a proven record of delivering complex simulation projects, working inclusively with partners from the UK and internationally ensuring high quality outputs. Previous simulation projects include:
- Predicting the recovery performance of the NATO Submarine Rescue System in high sea states
- Investigating operating limits for helicopters and Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) from naval vessels
- Modelling the physical behaviour of small boat launch and recovery systems
SEA's flexible modelling framework supports easy modification and enables interoperability with other simulation systems via open standards, such as HLA.