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Mathematical Modeling, Simulation, and Control of Physical Processes
Final technical rept.
WRIGHT STATE UNIV DAYTON OH DEPT OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS
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This research program had as fundamental objectives to develop a mathematical model of the physical processes attendant to material deposition, particularly pulsed laser deposition, including the ablation, plume dynamics, and film growth, with a focus on eventual automatic control of the process to develop efficient ways of computing and simulating some of the physical processes of pulsed laser deposition, and to complement experimental results to understand the basic physics and chemistry of the ablation plume to model the magneto caloric effect and other magnetoelastic interactions in magnetic materials to develop computational methods of evaluating mesoscale models of physiological systems i.e., complex systems to analyze designs for wing-in-ground- effect transport planes. The goals of this program had an immediate focus on supporting scientists at AFRLWPAFB, as well as being relevant to long range Air Force defense after-next plans.
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