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Alpha STAR Corporation

AlphaSTAR Corporation is focused on the development of specialized software solutions for key technologies including Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computational Structural Mechanics (CSM), Computational Electromagnetic (CEM) and Manufacturing

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Alpha STAR Corporation
5199 East Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 410
Long Beach, CA 90804
USA

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Phone: 562-985-1100 Fax: 562-985-0786
Web site: www.alphastarcorp.com Email: sales@ascgenoa.com
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Alpha STAR Corporation (ASC) is a leading provider of advanced engineering analysis services and of specialized software for the analysis of complex engineering material systems. ASC supports a wide range of customers and wide range of challenges predominately from the aerospace, automotive and civil structures industries.

Our product suite includes:

GENOA

A revolutionary software suite for companies involved with designing and manufacturing advanced aerospace and automotive products. The GENOA software suite employs leading edge technology from the fields of composites, structures and parallel computing sciences to deliver unequaled performance and analytical capability directly into the hands of today's engineers.

CVT (GENOA Collaborative Virtual Testing)

CVT is a web-based application that allows geographically distributed users to remotely access the GENOA code as well as many other software tools and data. CVT allows users access to GENOA through the Internet or an intranet.

GENOA provides a sophisticated level of collaborative capability via the World Wide Web, allowing collaborators to share and fully manipulate three-dimensional models of components.

COMETRAN

Interactive transformation software is designed to transform and map data from one grid system to a different grid system. For example, the software could be used to transfer pressure vectors from an aerodynamics (CFD) grid to a structural grid. Similar transformations can be performed to obtain structural displacement on an aerodynamics grid, and/ or temperature, and mass matrices into a different three dimensional grid system.

 
 
 

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