OAST Space Technology Workshop

The principal conclusion of the Structures and Dynamics Technology groups was
that the most critical structural requirement for the achievement of the important
objective of OFS is the timely development of large erectable space structures .

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Conference on Hypersonic Aircraft Technology

structural efficiency of prospective concepts plus the interaction between the
fuselage and wing structures , which may be at significantly different
temperatures . Two of the papers that follow discuss technology for liquid
hydrogen tanks in ...

Conference on Hypersonic Aircraft Technology

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Structures Technology

Structures Technology

Author: Ahmed Khairy Noor

Publisher: AIAA

ISBN: 9781563471162

Page: 528

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Drawn from early volumes of Aerospace America and its antecedents, this book rescues the insights, concerns, and dreams of dozens of structural engineers for the next generation of aerospace scientists and engineers. Written by eminent individuals in structures, this book provides accessible source material for university-level design courses in aerospace engineering. The first paper in Structures Technology deals with new structures for future aerospace systems and provides a contrast between our current thinking and past technology plans. Succeeding papers are historical reports covering materials and structures, general structures technology, aircraft structures, space structures, and structural dynamics technology. You will also find sections covering structural configurations, thermal protection systems, subsonic aircraft, supersonic and hypersonic vehicles and structures for space systems.

Essential Structural Technology for Construction and Architecture

This book was written for students and practicing professionals who need to develop a basic understanding of structural analysis and design.

Essential Structural Technology for Construction and Architecture

Author: Burl Edward Dishongh

Publisher: Prentice Hall

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A compact, easy-to-read and mathematically accessible reference for practicing construction professionals wishing to gain, or regain, a working knowledge of structures--one that will enable them to envision how structures resist loads and that will prepare them to collaborate effectively with other construction professionals while analyzing, designing, and constructing structures. Using extensive descriptions and a minimum of mathematics, the handbook focuses on the key concepts of structures--and their applications in unique, real-life problems--taken from traditional engineering topics in statics, mechanics of materials, structural analysis, timber design, steel design, reinforced concrete design, soil mechanics, and foundation design. For engineers, architects, construction contractors, construction project managers, inspectors, and others involved in the construction of buildings, bridges, and other structures.

Microelectronic Test Structures for CMOS Technology

In this timely volume, IBM scientists Manjul Bhushan and Mark Ketchen emphasize high speed characterization techniques for digital CMOS circuit applications and bridging between circuit performance and characteristics of MOSFETs and other ...

Microelectronic Test Structures for CMOS Technology

Author: Manjul Bhushan

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781441993779

Page: 373

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Microelectronic Test Structures for CMOS Technology and Products addresses the basic concepts of the design of test structures for incorporation within test-vehicles, scribe-lines, and CMOS products. The role of test structures in the development and monitoring of CMOS technologies and products has become ever more important with the increased cost and complexity of development and manufacturing. In this timely volume, IBM scientists Manjul Bhushan and Mark Ketchen emphasize high speed characterization techniques for digital CMOS circuit applications and bridging between circuit performance and characteristics of MOSFETs and other circuit elements. Detailed examples are presented throughout, many of which are equally applicable to other microelectronic technologies as well. The authors’ overarching goal is to provide students and technology practitioners alike a practical guide to the disciplined design and use of test structures that give unambiguous information on the parametrics and performance of digital CMOS technology.

Technology Assessment

Since 1984, wildland fires have burned 850+ homes each year & the number of homes at risk is growing.

Technology Assessment

Author: Robin M. Nazzaro (au)

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 9781422300565

Page: 114

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Since 1984, wildland fires have burned 850+ homes each year & the number of homes at risk is growing. The primary responsibility for ensuring that preventive steps are taken to protect homes lies with homeowners & state & local gov'ts., not the fed. gov't. The ability to communicate among all parties fighting a fire -- known as interoperability -- is essential, but is hampered because different public safety agencies operate on different radio frequencies or use incompatible communications equip. This report assesses: measures that can help protect structures from wildland fires, factors affecting use of protective measures, & the role technology plays in improving firefighting agencies' ability to communicate during wildland fires. Charts & tables.

Fare Policies Structures and Technologies

TCRP Report 94: Fare Policies, Structures and Technologies: Update identifies, describes, and evaluates key fare structures, policies, and technologies that are being considered by transit agencies, with a focus on their impact on customers ...

Fare Policies  Structures and Technologies

Author: Daniel Fleishman

Publisher: Transportation Research Board

ISBN: 0309087643

Page: 184

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TCRP Report 94: Fare Policies, Structures and Technologies: Update identifies, describes, and evaluates key fare structures, policies, and technologies that are being considered by transit agencies, with a focus on their impact on customers, operations management, and effective and equitable fare integration. The report includes data on fare structures, policy-making procedures, and ongoing efforts to implement fare technology. This report provides guidance on making decisions related to fare policies, structures, and technologies. It includes practical information that can be readily used by transit professionals and policy makers in fare-related planning and decision making. This report updates information presented in TCRP Reports 10 and 32 and presents the latest developments and research results related to fare policy and technology issues.

Structures Technology for Future Aerospace Systems

Structures Technology for Future Aerospace Systems

Author: Ahmed Khairy Noor

Publisher: AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics)

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This new volume, edited by the director of the University of Virginia's Center for Advanced Computational Technology at NASA Langley Research Center, focuses on the component technologies that will play a major role in structures technology for future aerospace systems. Contributors use case histories to demonstrate the technology's development and carry it through to the current state of the art. Each chapter describes current capabilities, deficiencies, and barriers; current research activities; future directions of development; and applicability of the technology in the future--both near and far term.

Computational Steel Structures Technology

Contains a selection of papers that were presented at The Fifth International Conference on Computational Structures Technology and The Second International Conference on Engineering Computational Technology, which were held in Leuven, ...

Computational Steel Structures Technology

Author: M. Iványi

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Contains a selection of papers that were presented at The Fifth International Conference on Computational Structures Technology and The Second International Conference on Engineering Computational Technology, which were held in Leuven, Belgium from 6-8 September 2000.