Keyword: Aerospace

Aerospace

On-Demand Webinars: Aerospace
Aircraft Noise Emissions Certification/Reduction

This 60-minute Webinar offers information on how SIMULIA PowerFLOW is used by industry and research institutions to assess and reduce the noise that people hear when an aircraft flies over them. This noise comes not only from the engines but also the airflow around the landing gears,...

Upcoming Webinars: Software
FACE 3.1 Enhancements: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

The Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) approach is a government-and-industry-developed software standard and business strategy. It satisfies the DoD Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) principles with the aim of enabling the reuse of capability-based software components...

Briefs: Aerospace
The new algorithm could enable fast, nimble drones for time-critical operations such as search and rescue.
Question of the Week: Materials
Will Automotive and Aerospace Industries Adopt Self-Healing Composites?

An INSIDER story this month highlighted how researchers from RPI and the University of Washington have created a composite that reverses fatigue damage — after applying some heat.

White Papers: Aerospace
Cause and Effect: The Fundamentals of Aerospace Failure Analysis

There are millions of large and small parts, assembled components, subsystems, and structures built by a myriad of suppliers that all must come together to manufacture the...

Upcoming Webinars: Aerospace
The Impact of SOSA on Military Computing

The Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) is a relatively new standard being driven by the Air Force, Army, Navy, and various government agencies to develop a unified, technical, open systems architecture standard for complex systems such as radar, EO/IR, SIGINT, electronic warfare, and...

Question of the Week: Materials
Will Mars Habitats Be Made from Blood?

Transporting a single brick to Mars is extremely expensive. The high cost presents a challenge for those planning the future construction of a Martian colony.

Special Reports: Mechanical & Fluid Systems
Medical Manufacturing & Outsourcing - November 2021

In this new report from the editors of Medical Design Briefs and Tech Briefs magazines, discover how the latest advances in 3D printing, machining, molding and more are changing the way...

Question of the Week: Aerospace
Will Spinning Magnets Clean Up Space Debris?

Our lead story today highlights an effort from the University of Utah to use spinning magnets – and robots – to someday retrieve scraps and bring them to a decaying orbit.

Blog: Materials
Prof. Jake J. Abbott is leading a team that has discovered a way to manipulate orbiting debris with spinning magnets.
White Papers: Aerospace
Testing Polyimide Materials: Higher Thermo-Oxidative Stability & Mechanical Performance

Polyimide materials are high performance polymers used for temperature resistance and mechanical performance, in particular when friction is involved....

Articles: Materials
Thanos Yiagopoulos, Chief Technology Officer of Momentive Performance Materials, discusses how engineers can determine the best product for their application.
Articles: Motion Control
A vision-based control algorithm saves a quadrotor after the complete loss of a single motor.
Briefs: Test & Measurement
Applications include space structures, emergency shelters, backpack solar collectors, and inspection of hazardous environments.
Articles: Aerospace
With Artemis II — the first crewed flight of SLS and Orion — four astronauts will travel to the lunar environment in 2024.
Articles: Automotive
See this year's product designs from engineers, students, and entrepreneurs worldwide.
Articles: Robotics, Automation & Control
The third flight of SLS and Orion will carry the first woman and first person of color to the Moon.
NASA Spinoff: Electronics & Computers
A long-time apparel insulator develops its own takes on popular NASA spinoff material.
Articles: Propulsion
With the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft, NASA will return humans to the lunar surface.
Briefs: Materials
The material could be used to create housing in outer space.
UpFront: Unmanned Systems
How to be a NASA intern; a new ideas for moon fabrics; and NASA's need for a better rover.
Articles: Materials
Nanotube fibers that turn heat to power; a NASA antenna system; and an antimicrobial coating.
Briefs: Photonics/Optics
Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have developed an optical amplifier that they expect will revolutionize both space and fiber communication.
Articles: Propulsion
Artemis I will launch from Kennedy Space Center into Earth orbit, where it will travel 40,000 miles beyond the Moon.
Blog: Propulsion
A NASA expert answers your questions about the upcoming Artemis mission that will send astronauts back to the Moon.
Special Reports: Sensors/Data Acquisition
Space Technology - October 2021

A new era of space exploration is set to begin with Artemis 1, the first in a series of increasingly complex NASA missions that will take humans back to the moon and then on to Mars. Read all about it in this...

Briefs: Electronics & Computers
The camera was designed for use in space and other extreme environments.
Briefs: Aerospace
The instrument identifies, quantifies, and characterizes contamination, even on irregularly shaped surfaces.
Articles: Electronics & Computers
Metamaterial printing, high-efficiency solar cells, and a noise-reduction material.

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