Control System Engineering
Designing and implementing advanced control systems poses a unique challenge that many small R&D agencies lack the expertise to offer. Moshman Research has a wealth of experience in applying control systems engineering to hypersonic flight, shock wave attenuation, surface-to-air missile formations, magnetically confined plasmas for fusion energy reactors, and more.
We can mathematically formulate control systems from scratch and develop control algorithms that seamlessly interface with physics codes.
Our expertise in distributed control, real-time optimal control, feedback, and non-linear systems ensures that we can provide solutions for a wide range of control system challenges.
Some potential applications for our control systems engineering service include aerospace, defense, energy, and manufacturing.
Whether you need to improve system stability, increase efficiency, or enhance performance, our control systems engineering service can help.
Applications in industry for our control systems engineering services include aerospace, defense, energy, and manufacturing. Our solutions have helped clients achieve better control over complex systems, optimize their processes, and reduce costs. Let us help you achieve your control system goals with our expertise and state-of-the-art technology.
In collaboration with Professor Venanzio Cichella at the University of Iowa, Moshman Research is developing a control framework for autonomously controlling swarms of satellites for future NASA missions.
Moshman Research is committed to the long-term goal of commercial fusion energy production. We believe we can support and accelerate progress through modeling and simulation and control system design. We
Sailing against the wind has long been a challenge for seafarers. Moshman Research has taken on this challenge by designing a circular rotor that generates directional thrust from the air
In developing our helicopter noise reduction technology, Moshman Research discovered another potential application; greater aerodynamic efficiency. At transonic speeds, we have shown that it is possible to generate positive lift
Moshman Research is developing a new technique for aero-acoustic noise suppression that we believe can have a dramatic reduction on a helicopter’s main rotor blade noise. This could reduce noise