Aerospace & Defense

At ARC, both applied and basic research are being conducted in areas of mechanical and materials engineering that provide support and solutions to a number of industries including aerospace and defense.  Some of the fundamental efforts that include computational mechanics and composites can impact other disciplines as well, including energy, biomedical, marine and nuclear.

Composites

Composites

Use of composite materials continues to increase in today’s engineering applications due to improved strength to weight ratios, its resistance to...

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Computational Mechanics

Computational Mechanics

Advances in simulation software will improve the ability for engineers to effectively simulate engineering processes without having to develop and...

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Robotics

Robotics

Advancement in computer, material and design technologies has provided an avenue for robotic systems to be utilized in a number of engineering...

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Engineers at ARC have extensive experience in addressing complex technical problems  and providing solutions using the latest technologies for a number of clients including  Department of Energy Environmental Management (DOE-EM),  Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Office of Naval Research (ONR), Army Research Office (ARO), Department of Energy  National Energy Technology Laboratory (DOE-NETL) and other contractors and laboratories  including  SAIC, PNNL, WRPS. A sample of the featured projects conducted at ARC are provided below.

Contact

Dr. Dwayne McDaniel
Senior Research Scientist
Applied Research Center at
Florida International University

10555 W Flagler Street
Suite 2100
Miami, FL 33174
Tel: 305-348-6554
Fax: 305-348-2309
mcdaniel@fiu.edu