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SeaPort - Enhanced

     

 

Contract Number N00178-05-D-4178

 

 

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Analysis Modeling and Programming Sciences, Inc. (AMPS)
13935 Bernadotte Lane
Poway, CA 92064
Phone: 858-705-3892
Fax: (858) 679-1158

POC: Niccolai A. Murphy
E-Mail: niccolai@amps4analysis.com

www.amps4analysis.com

 

Linear Static Analysis, Non-linear Static Analysis, Fatigue Analysis, Dynamic Analysis, Project Management, Training.

D3 Technologies, Inc.
4838 Ronson Court
San Diego, CA 92111
Phone: (858) 571-1685
Fax: (858) 571-8563

POC: Daniel L. Hill
E-Mail: dhill@d3tech.com

www.d3tech.com

Technical research and engineering analyses of the design and supportability of Navy aircraft, trainers, components, products, and peripheral support equipment. Workload includes CATIA, UniGraphics, CadKey, AutoCAD, CADAM, NASTRAN, and FEM support. Efforts also include new engineering designs, remedial/redesign engineering support, stress analyses, mission software support, and related technical documentation.

 

Wyle Laboratories
22309 Exploration Drive
Lexington Park, MD 20653
Phone: (301) 863-4415
Fax: (301) 862-2530

POC: Tina Norris
E-Mail: tina.norris@wylelabs.com

www.wylelabs.com

 

Wyle Laboratories, Aerospace Group, providing services in accordance with a quality management system certified to ISO

9001:2000, was formed in January 2005, with the purchase of Advanced Information Engineering Services, Inc., by Wyle Laboratories.

Wyle Aerospace, including its legacy companies, (AI-ES, Veridian, Veda), has more than 35 years of continuous experience in providing programmatic, analysis, engineering, and other technical support to DOD activities on a wide range of development, production, and modification programs, including Air Force, Navy, Army, Joint Service, U.S./NATO, and U.S./Friendly Nation programs. This experience base includes the areas of acquisition, systems engineering, independent studies and analyses, engineering investigations, test and evaluation, reliability and maintainability engineering, and configuration management in support of the P-3, S-3, E-2, C-2, C-130, EA-6B, F-14, F/A-18, V-22, H-1, H-3, H-60, and Joint Strike Fighter programs.

 

Fatigue Technologies, Inc.
401 Andover Park East
Seattle, WA 98188
Phone: (206) 246-2010

POC: Joy Ransom

E-Mail: jransom@fatiguetech.com

www.fatiguetech.com

As a pioneer of the cold expansion process, FTI helped develop this technology back in 1969. They have taken this foundation of creating a residual stress field around a cold expanded hole to develop innovative solutions that significantly reduce manufacturing and maintenance flow-time and costs. This is accomplished by creating components that are easier and faster to install and by improving the way aircraft are assembled.

 

Technical Data Analysis, Inc.

7600A Leesburg Pike

Suite 204, West Building

Falls Church, VA 22043

Phone: (703) 237-1300 x 101

Fax: (703) 237-0301

POC: Scott Bradfield

www.tda-i.com

Technical Data Analysis, Inc. (TDA) is an engineering/software development/project management consulting firm that specializes in providing engineering expertise, customized software solutions and contract management expertise in the fields of aeronautical and mechanical engineering, statistical data analysis, web-based business transaction management and software development.