Weapon Systems

Refers to integrated (often computerized) systems that control and operate weapons, including strategic & tactical and offensive & defensive weapons.

Type of Content
Archive: AMPTIAC Quarterly, Vol. 8, No. 1, Special Issue - Materials in Space
05/01/2004
This expanded issue of the AMPTIAC Quarterly, a collection of articles from Air Force Research Laboratory researchers, focuses on materials research and development for space, launch and reentry applications. Articles in this special issue include:; A Conversation with AFRL/ML's Director; A...
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Archive: NTIAC Newsletter, Vol. 29, No. 2, June 2004
06/01/2004
NTIAC Newsletter, Vol. 29, No. 2, June 2004
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MaterialEASE 26: Elastomeric Seals 101 - A Brief Tutorial
08/01/2004
This MaterialEASE provides an overview of elastomer basics, and will give the reader a better appreciation of the importance of these materials. The article reviews the history, chemistry and thermodynamics of elastomers, as well as the main types of elastomeric materials. Various seal types and...
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10/01/2004
This MaterialEASE reviews the major sensors and sensing technologies currently in use and under development for IVHM systems. Integrated Vehicle Health Monitoring (IVHM) technologies are key to the implementation of condition-based maintenance programs. IVHM has the potential to change how and when...
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MaterialEASE 27: Sensors and Sensing Technologies for Integrated Vehicle Health Monitoring Systems
11/01/2004
This MaterialEASE reviews the major sensors and sensing technologies currently in use and under development for IVHM systems. Integrated Vehicle Health Monitoring (IVHM) technologies are key to the implementation of condition-based maintenance programs. IVHM has the potential to change how and when...
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Archive: AMPTIAC Quarterly, Vol. 8, No. 3, Fall 2004
11/01/2004
Laser Cladding Helps Refurbish US Navy Ship Components; MaterialEASE: Sensors and Sensing Technologies for Integrated Vehicle Health Monitoring Systems; Wired for Success: Ensuring Aircraft Wiring Integrity Requires a Proactive Systems Approach
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Archive: NTIAC Newsletter, Vol. 29, No. 4, December 2004
12/01/2004
Archive: NTIAC Newsletter, Vol. 29, No. 4, December 2004
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MaterialEASE 28: Amorphous Materials - A Tutoria on Noncrystalline Solids
03/01/2005
This issue of MaterialEASE will explain at a basic level what amorphous materials are, how they differ from crystalline materials, some of their important properies and attributes, and give examples of how they are used in Army systems.
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Archive: NTIAC Newsletter, Vol. 30, No. 1, March 2005
03/01/2005
Archive: NTIAC Newsletter, Vol. 30, No. 1, March 2005
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