Weapon Systems

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

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TechSolutions 08: Selecting a Nondestructive Testing Method, Part VI: Thermal/Infrared Inspection Inspection Techniques - Thermography
09/01/2008
Thermography, also known as thermal inspection or infrared (IR) imaging, is one of the most common nondestructive testing (NDT) methods, and it is becoming more widely used as the technology improves and users begin to realize the true potential of this testing method. Thermography is characterized...
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AMMTIAC Quarterly, Vol. 3, No. 2 - Engineered Surfaces
09/01/2008
Articles in this issue of AMMTIAC Quarterly include: An Overview of the Engineered Surfaces for Weapons Systems Life Extension Program; TechSolutions 8: Selecting a Nondestructive Testing Method, Part VI: Thermal/Infrared Inspection Techniques - Thermography; A New Capability for Advanced Precision...
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TechSolutions 09: An Introduction to Manufacturing
02/01/2009
The natural environment produces most everything humans need to survive. However, to attain knowledge, security, convenience, creature comforts and longevity, society relies on manufactured products and services. Derived from the Latin phrase manu factus, meaning to make by hand[1], manufacturing...
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AMMTIAC Quarterly, Vol. 3, No. 3 - Antimicrobial Titania Nanofibers
02/01/2009
Articles in this issue of AMMTIAC Quarterly include: Fabrication of Antimicrobial Titania Nanofibers by Electrospinning; AMMTIAC Success Story: Commercial Manufacturer Benefits from DoD Technology Transfer; TechSolutions 9: Introduction to Manufacturing
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TechSolutions 10: DoDTechipedia: The DoD's New Online Resource and Collaboration Space
03/01/2009
Since its creation in 2001, Wikipedia, the online and collaboratively produced encyclopedia, has become one of the most widely accessed Internet resources in the world. Wikipedia's popularity, at least in part, is due to the amount of research being conducted via the Internet. In continued efforts...
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AMMTIAC Quarterly, Vol. 3, No. 4 - Structural Health Monitoring
03/01/2009
Articles in this issue of AMMTIAC Quarterly include: Recent Trends in Structural Health Monitoring Technologies; TechSolutions 10: DoDTechipedia: The DoD's New Online Technology Resource and Collaboration Space; NanoLog: An e-Portal for Collaboration; Simultaneous Multiple Axis Vibrational Testing.
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ENews: Air Force Funds New Generation of Energy Efficient UAVs
04/01/2009
This expanded issue of the AMMTIAC Quarterly focuses on new power and energy technologies. Articles in this special issue include: Department of Defense Energy Security Initiatives; Lightweight Wearable Power Energized by Pentagon's Prize Program; Assuring Supply through New Energy Alternatives and...
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TechSolutions 11: An Introduction to Power and Energy
05/01/2009
Power and energy enable the use of the most advanced weapons, electronics, vehicles, and facilities available to the warfighter. Without consistent and reliable power and energy sources, the ability of the military to carry out their mission would be severely compromised. There are many ongoing...
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TechSolutions 12: An Overview of Additive Manufacturing, Part I
08/01/2009
In the 21st century, consumer markets demand less expensive products that can be manufactured faster than in previous generations of a product. Therefore, advances in manufacturing concepts and technologies must be achieved to reduce new product development times, manufacturing cycle times, and...
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AMMTIAC Quarterly, Vol. 4, No. 2 - Condition Based Maintenance
08/01/2009
Articles in this issue of AMMTIAC Quarterly include: A Condition-Based Maintenance Solution for Army Helicopters; TechSolutions 12: An overview of Additive Manufacturing, Part I; Preventing Biodegration of Textile Materials in Military Tents
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