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Washington State University Applied Sciences Laboratory

Computations

Computational expertise at ASL allows the modeling of biomechanical, chemical, electrical, and optical properties in a variety of materials over a large range of length scales (atomic to continuum). Utilizing both in-house and commercial codes, ASL’s powerful computational tools enable the development of new technology with direct applications to production-ready prototypes.

ASL’s computational modeling and simulations span:

  • Continuum and mesoscale simulations
  • First-principles calculations
  • Large-scale molecular dynamics simulations
  • Mesoscale simulations of sand penetration
  • Chemical reactions in energetic materials
  • First-principles based materials discovery and design
  • Fluid Dynamics
  • Finite Element Methods