Webcasts

Case Studies of Aircraft Engine Turbine Blade Failures

Superalloys used in aircraft engine components are engineered to withstand extreme thermomechanical conditions. However, failures of turbine blades still occur.

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Sustainable Solutions: Reduced Emissions for Vehicle Interiors

In conjunction with SAE Automotive manufacturers are under increased pressure to improve sustainability, fuel efficiency and emissions, and suppliers are in the ideal position to help. During this free 30-minute Webinar, experts in sustainability and engineering will discuss lightweight, renewable solutions with an emphasis on emissions reduction in the cabin and during the manufacturing process.

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Advanced Corrosion/Erosion Resistant Coatings: The ANCER™ is Here

Advanced Cooling Technologies (ACT) has developed a vapor deposited ANCER™ (Applied Nanoscale Corrosion Erosion Resistant) coating which has shown to provide superior protection of copper Micro Channel Coolers (MCCs) from catastrophic erosion/corrosion failure while cooling laser diodes.

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Advances in Hyperpolarization Technology through Collaboration

Initial discoveries/work in the field of hyperpolarization had been instrumental in the field, but without commercialization efforts, there had been little progress in the technology or in-market use.

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Amy Keith, Environmental Engineer, Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL

Environmental engineer Amy Keith and her team developed a low-cost detector of contaminants in plants and surrounding groundwater. The non-destructive technology scans the surface of a leaf for spectral signatures. NASA currently seeks a development partner for the hyperspectral estimator.

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Walt Bruce, Convective Heating for Improvement for Emergency Fire Shelters (CHIEFS) Senior Engineer, and Anthony Calomino, Materials and Structures Engineer

After a 2013 wildfire led to the loss of 19 elite Arizona firefighters, Langley Research Center engineers, including Walt Bruce and Anthony Calomino, worked with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service to see how NASA’s spacecraft thermal protection system could be used to create new emergency fire shelters on Earth.

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Kimberly Hambuchen, Deputy Project Manager, Human Robotics System Project, Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX

Kim Hambuchen is currently building user interfaces for Valkyrie, a six-foot-two, 286-pound humanoid robot. The two-legged Valkyrie builds on NASA’s Robonaut, a robotic assistant currently onboard the International Space Station.

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