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Summer 2020: Volume 7 Number 3

In this issue’s feature article “Characterization of Composite Spaced Armor Performance,” we discuss how composite spaced armor is an unconventional armor system capable of stopping armor-piercing (AP) projectiles at lower areal density than possible with…

Spring 2020: Volume 7 Number 2

Our feature article in this journal issue, “A Computational Approach to Understanding Advanced Thermal Barrier Coatings’ Performance,” discusses how many advanced engine system designs result in significant increases in operating temperatures, which, in turn, require…

Winter 2020: Volume 7 Number 1

In light of the U.S. Army’s intent to leverage advances in artificial intelligence for augmenting dismounted Soldier lethality through developing in-scope and heads-up display-based augmented target recognition (ATR) systems, our feature article “Augmented Target Recognition…

Fall 2019: Volume 6 Number 4

The feature article in this issue of our journal, “Effects of Material Properties on ISR for Synthetic Aperture Radar,” involves research that looks at the various factors that affect image appearance of a target in…

Summer 2019: Volume 6 Number 3

Ever notice all the magazines that line up near the register at a grocery store? You will never see the DSIAC Journal among them. That’s because it is not an everyday magazine but, in fact, a journal….

Spring 2019: Volume 6 Number 2

The DSIAC Journal is designed to complement the mission of the DoD Information Analysis Center (IAC) in eliminating redundancy, fostering collaboration, and stimulating innovation within the DoD research and associated science and technology (S&T) ecosystem. …

Summer 2018: Volume 5 Number 3

What scientist or engineer wouldn’t benefit from free, qualified, technical information research? At the risk of sounding like an infomercial, I’d like to offer free technical information research from a source that has been doing…

Spring 2018: Volume 5 Number 2

In concert with ongoing continuous improvement efforts, DSIAC has recently refined our purpose, mission, and vision statements to more concisely convey the benefits of our offered services and products to the defense systems community. As…

Winter 2018: Volume 5 Number 1

Each issue of the DSIAC Journal has its own set of uniquenesses that makes it a featured product for the defense community. This winter issue is no exception. The twist in this journal is the…

Fall 2017: Volume 4 Number 4

“Wow, I didn’t even know research was being done on that subject!”—one of the goals of the DSIAC Journal is to cause the reader to have reactions such as this one when reading these pages…

Summer 2017: Volume 4 Number 3

As a relatively new member of the DSIAC team, I have been struck by a prominent theme throughout the organization— its focus on being a catalyst for collaboration, to foster a cooperative network in the…

Spring 2017: Volume 4 Number 2

Have you been wondering lately about space exploration developments since the completion of the final space shuttle mission on 21 July 2011? Well the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) continues to plan for further…

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