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AFWERX has awarded Research in Flight, in partnership with Auburn University, a Phase I contract to develop a comprehensive acoustics characterization framework for eVTOL/HSVTOL aircraft, with commercialization expected in Phase II.
AFWERX has awarded Research in Flight and Utah State University a Phase I contract to develop a rapid aerodynamic prediction tool for maneuvering hypersonic air vehicles, with commercialization expected in Phase II.
The FlightStream<sup>®</sup> team will be showcasing their latest features and sharing new development plans, applications, and career opportunities at the AIAA AVIATION 2022 conference in Chicago.
The FlightStream<sup>®</sup> team will be attending the AIAA SciTech 2022 conference in San Diego, showcasing their latest features and sharing new development plans, applications, and career opportunities at the Research in Flight booth (#320).
Research in Flight, in partnership with Utah State University, has been awarded a U.S. Air Force contract to develop a multi-fidelity supersonic flow solver for preliminary design and optimization, with the initial prototype expected to be completed by February 2022 and commercialization planned for Phase II.
Research in Flight, in collaboration with Blueflite and Auburn University Laboratory, successfully completed a U.S.A.F contract to develop an unmanned eVTOL cargo drone, with Blueflite now leading the commercialization of the vehicle.
Research in Flight (RIF), in collaboration with Auburn University VSDDL, has been chosen for NASA STTR Phase II in December 2020 for their project "Air Vehicle Gust Response Analysis for Early Design". This project, overseen by NASA Ames Research Center, focuses on developing high-fidelity tools for simulating gust and wake vortex encounters in Urban Air Mobility vehicles.
Research in Flights innovative proposal on assessing aero-propulsive, stability, and control characteristics of aircraft has been chosen for award negotiations in NASAs Transformational Tools & Technologies Project.
At the AIAA Beyond B2B Startup Showcase, FlightStream<sup>®</sup> was highlighted as a groundbreaking technology for the aerospace and automotive sectors.
Aachen Universitys Aerospace Engineering students secured second place in the DLR/NASA Design Challenge
Join DARCorporation at EAA Air-Venture Oshkosh for an exclusive demo of FlightStream<sup>®</sup>.
DARcorporation announces its partnership with Research in Flight for the sales and support of FlightStream<sup>®</sup>, a cutting-edge aerodynamics software.
Auburn University students used FlightStream<sup>®</sup> in the AIAA Design Build Fly (DBF) Competition
A group of Aerospace Engineering students from the University of Virginia, USA, have skillfully utilized FlightStream<sup>®</sup> in their entry for the annual Aerospace Design Competition. Their use of FlightStream<sup>®</sup> as the primary subsonic flow solver enabled rapid and highly accurate evaluations of external aerodynamics, surpassing traditional CFD solvers in both speed and precision. Additional information on their project will be provided soon.
Research in Flight secures a two-year SBIR Phase-II contract from NASA to enhance their flagship software, FlightStream<sup>®</sup>, with groundbreaking flow-separation and particle shedding capabilities. This follows their successful prototype development in SBIR Phase-I, leveraging FlightStream<sup>®</sup> for innovative vortex shedding techniques in flow separation. The Phase-II project focuses on transforming this prototype into a commercially viable product, along with additional enhancements to FlightStream<sup>®</sup>.
Research in Flight has secured a significant SBIR Phase-I contract from NASA, focused on incorporating advanced flow-separation and high-lift modeling features into their premier software, FlightStream<sup>®</sup>. This project marks a pivotal enhancement in the software’s capabilities.
Research in Flight has embarked on a new venture, receiving a six-month SBIR Phase-I contract from NASA. This project involves integrating NASAs NPSS with the company’s flagship software, FlightStream<sup>®</sup>.