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Analysis of Automotive Adhesives Using FTIR Spectroscopy

In conjunction with SAE The automobile industry is under government regulation to improve the fleet fuel economy. Meeting this regulation will partly be realized by power train improvements, while a significant percentage will be achieved by reducing the mass of the vehicle fleet. Reduced mass will come from the use of lighter materials, notably aluminum, composites and plastics. These materials will require the use of adhesives for joining dissimilar materials, while maintaining strength and managing thermal expansion differences. The use of a variety of adhesives in the automobile industry will grow as new materials are adopted in the vehicle fleet.

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GEONS: The Goddard Enhanced Onboard Navigation System

The Goddard Enhanced Onboard Navigation System (GEONS) is a software application that has been widely used by NASA and others to autonomously navigate spacecraft throughout cislunar space.

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From Model to Simulation Applications with COMSOL

The power of analysis is available with COMSOL Multiphysics® and its Application Builder, where simulation experts can develop custom applications based on the numerical simulation of physics-based systems.

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Autonomous Vehicle Radar: Improving Radar Performance with Simulation

In conjunction with SAE Automotive radars must operate in complex and dynamic environments where interactions with the vehicle and its surroundings can have a significant impact on the performance of the radar system. In particular, material properties of the vehicle fascia and the radar’s location behind the fascia can impact its performance and must be accounted for by radar designers and system integrators.

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Jim Heidmann, Project Manager for NASA’s Advanced Air Transport Technology Project, and Jason Welstead, Aerospace Engineer

Jim Heidmann of Glenn Research Center (Cleveland, OH) and Jason Welstead of Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA) have led NASA efforts to develop all-electric and hybrid-electric designs for large passenger aircraft. Using low-carbon propulsion technology, they are exploring how planes can be redesigned and configured.

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Designing for Stereolithography - 10 ways to Ready Your Part for Industrial 3D Printing

Designing for industrial-grade 3D printing has fewer considerations than traditional manufacturing processes; however, elements such as resolution, surface finish, feature size and build orientation can impact part performance.

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By the Numbers – Unique Algorithms for Optimizing Complex Operations

Innovators at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center have developed a patented peak-seeking algorithm that can optimize the performance of complex operations in real time.

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