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Aerospace & Defense Technology: February 2019

  • Magazine Issue
  • 19AERP02
Published February 01, 2019 by SAE International in United States
  • English

  • Ruggedizing Commercial-Grade Computers into MIL-Hardened Systems
  • An Introduction to PCM Heat Sinks
  • Eye Tracking Technology
    Improving the Skills Gap, Efficiency, and Quality Assurance in Aerospace Manufacturing
  • Streamlining EMC Solutions for Avionics Interfaces
  • Hardware Design of a High Dynamic Range Radio Frequency (RF) Harmonic Measurement System.
  • Using RISC-V to Simplify Data Logging in Space
  • Novel Characterization Methods for Anisotropic and Mixed-Conduction Materials
    Seven new characterization methods have been developed for the specialized materials used in state-of-the-art electronic and optoelectronic devices.
  • Circuit Models for Robust, Adaptive Neural Control
    Understanding a nematode's simple circuit could provide a foundation for understanding much more complex behaviors.
  • Evaluation of Aeronautical Design Standard - 33 Using a UH-60A Black Hawk
    Flight tests determine whether performance standards developed for scout and attack class rotorcraft can be applied to utility helicopters.
  • Synthetic Aperture Radar for Helicopter Landing in Degraded Visual Environments
    New technology could give helicopters the ability to overcome zero-visibility brownout conditions during landing.
  • Pulsed Microwave Plasma Instrumentation for Investigation of Plasma-Tuned Multiphase Combustion
    Instrumentation developed to support the investigation of electromagnetic wave interaction with energetic materials and flames could help develop microwave-sensitive energetic materials that produce effects such as microwave ignition, acceleration of burning rate, extinguishment, and re-ignition.