Eagle Aeronautics, Inc.
is certified by the Small Business Administration as an 8(a) Small Disadvantaged Business since February 1998.
Eagle Aeronautics, Inc., founded in 1994, provides high technology engineering problem-solving and support services for government and industry clients. Eagle specializes in conceptual design of aircraft and spacecraft, analysis of vehicle structures, vehicle performance, and environmental impact studies.
Eagle has experience in sensors, instrumentation and on-board data systems, including measuring flight loads on operational civil transport aircraft.
Eagle has internationally recognized experts in aerodynamics, structures and acoustic/noise control that have served on a variety of national and international committees including safety reviews and technology assessments. One associate recently served on the National Research Council's committee on Breakthrough Technology for Commercial Supersonic Transport.
Eagle Supports NASA's
Eagle strongly supports the efforts of the NASA Aeronautics Support Team that is working hard to protect and grow the NASA's aeronautics research and development programs.
Eagle personnel have worked at NASA Langley Research Center for more than 30 years in the areas of aerodynamics research and development, vehicle acoustics/noise control, systems integration, CFD analysis, structures testing, and software development. We have fifty years of experience in aerodynamics of flight vehicles with speeds ranging from subsonic to planetary entry, and member of Shuttle first flight certification committee. We have examined and approved all aerodynamic and thermodynamic data to be "flight ready."
Eagle continues to support|
in DARPA QSP Program
Recently carried out a number of tasks for Northrop-Grumman and Lockheed-Martin related to DARPA's Quiet Supersonic Platform (QSP) Program including the evaluation of materials/structures concepts. The design of an internal flow mixer for a conceptual supersonic cruse engine, various supersonic-configuration assessments, development of a fully 3-D full potential equation sonic boom propagation code and a state-of-the-art assessment of sonic boom technology and minimization.