Abstract:… broadcasters, and our extensive software tool kits to define a systems architecture design and engineering plan for a Robust Analysis and Processing of Large ISR Data Streams (RAPID) system. This solution will draw upon our research-grade Heuristic Intelligent Storage System… more
Abstract:… spatial distribution of flow properties. The broader impacts of this research are that specific markets relevant to this work include both military and commercial jet engine manufacturers, manufacturers of industrial combustors/burners for power generation and heat… more
Abstract:…. The method is non-contacting, precise, and spatially-resolved. It does not require seeding the gas, so it is appropriate for large scale wind tunnel measurements and test flights. The Phase I research will (1) demonstrate that the method can be used even in thermal… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Southwest Sciences proposes the development of an inlet unstart detector based on the measurement of flow velocity at very high bandwidth using lower power electronics and simpler analyses within a compact footprint. Early detection of thermal choking and engine… more
Abstract:… and nanoparticle experiments for investigation of the colloid self-assembly (CSA) phenomenon, among others. The colloid science module is being developed in response to the high level of interest in such a facility. It includes a hollow glass slide and heating elements for… more
Abstract:… monitors each batteries status, managing charging modes and if necessary, terminating all charging activity to the suspect battery and notifying user of a potential unsafe condition. The Techshot ABMS is the ideal solution for long term battery storage… more
Abstract:… subsystems including a Patient Support Platform (PSP), a Comfort Mat System (CMS) and a detachable Aeromedical Equipment Module (AEM). This system provides a stabilization and traction platform solution for aeromedical evacuation with comfort mat subsystem using heated… more
Abstract:According to the NASA Topic S3, "the Science Mission Directorate will carry out the scientific exploration of our Earth, the planets, moons, comets, and asteroids of our Solar System and beyond. SMD's future direction will be moving from exploratory missions (orbiters and flybys) into… more
Abstract:…with multiple thrust pulses without the complexity of staging is beneficial for reducing propulsion system costs and increasing mission flexibility. The ability to terminate propulsive thrust following propellant grain combustion relies on the ability to physically and thermally… more
Abstract:…, such as in National Parks, State Parks and for University-level research in animal behavior. Although the technology proposed in this effort would require expansion outside of DoD use, it could also be applied to supply chain management in warehouses and outside storage… more
Abstract:NASA, and all users of turbomachinery, continuously requires improvements in engine durability and efficiencies. As combustion engineers push turbine inlet temperatures to new extremes, cooling designers are faced with increasing heat loads and less available coolant usage.… more
Abstract:…ut that has excellent common-mode rejection with a signal-to-noise ratio that is much better than a hot-wire, is robust with no sensor element to break, can have a small spatial volume, and is insensitive to temperature variations making calibration easier than thermal-based… more
Abstract:… detailed physical description of the mechano-chemical processes that contribute to the melt dispersion mechanism. This work will include the effects of premelting and kinetics of melting on transformational expansion of the core and shell as a function of heating rate, surface… more
Abstract:… that frequency and the ability to focus the microwave beam to high intensity due to the short wavelength. This research is of particular interest for the deposition of energy in front of bow shocks for maneuvering hypersonic vehicles and the creation of localized thermal… more
Abstract:… fluorescence, phosphorescence, and Mie scattering combined with structured laser illumination. In addition to developing a simplified diagnostic platform to perform these combined diagnostics, significant effort will be expended to analyze data from cold and heated sprays… more
Abstract:… Reactor when it is entering a test-section that includes turbine blades with various cooling-hole configurations. The second overarching objective would be to present data from the areas near the turbine blades, including temperature, OH concentration, local heat… more
Abstract:… to enable experimental validation we will synthesize Fe- and Co-doped aluminosilicate materials and study their catalytic conversion, as a function of feedstock composition, temperature and pressure. Furthermore, we will perform calorimetry studies to evaluate the heat… more
Abstract:To enhance NASA systems, Spire proposes a novel technique for growing a graded nanocrystalline ZrON/ZrO2 protective coating with superior heat tolerance on relevant in-space substrates. The proposed coating technology will adhere to and protect engine components such as… more
Abstract:… solar cells contain microcracks that are difficult or impossible to detect with the human eye or currently available machine vision systems. These microcracks can propagate through the cells, resulting in power loss and cell breakage, due to mechanical and thermal stresses… more
Abstract:… a foam metal lattice within the PCM to enhance conduction. In addition, a foam metal lattice is included within the fuel coolant passages to enhance heat transfer by increasing surface area and by generating increased turbulence in the fuel. The PCM provides thermal … more
Abstract:… be highly advantageous. Technical challenges for developing reliable sensing systems lie in extremely harsh working conditions the micro sensors must operate. In addition to high temperatures and pressures, these conditions include oxidation, corrosion, thermal shock,… more
Abstract:… Microsystems, Inc. has established a solid track record of successful research and development of polymer derived SiCN high temperature sensors and packaging architectures. SiCN is a relatively new class of high temperature ceramic materials synthesized by thermal… more
Abstract:…, inertial shock, vibration, and strain. Such systems ideally require sensors that: are very small, utilize little power, operate in extreme environments, are maintenance free, and are low cost. Sensors with additional integrated functionalities such as data storage… more
Abstract:…rared (LWIR) imaging. The current challenge is to produce MCT over large focal plane array size at low cost and high reliability without compromising sensitivity or noise performance. MCT on silicon substrates is highly attractive for cost and handling reasons and for thermal… more
Abstract:… pulses from the measuring instrument to provide a safe and reliable measurement of high field strengths in high radiation energy environments. A compact, high speed, and omnidirectional sensor probe that does not suffer from electromagnetic field absorption and heating is… more
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