Nanostructured Materials for Aerospace Power and Propulsion
The development of nanostructured materials can lead to systems with significantly enhanced properties over conventional materials. Use of nanostructured materials in aerospace applications can lead to substantial reductions in critical vehicle weight and improvements in durability and performance. Research at NASA Glenn Research Center in the development of nanostructured materials for aerospace power and propulsion systems has led to new materials with considerable promise towards achieving desired weight, safety and performance requirements for future NASA aeronautics and space exploration missions.
M. A. Meador et al., "Nanostructured Materials for Aerospace Power and Propulsion," Proceedings of the 5th World Congress: Enabling Technologies and New Markets (2005, San Francisco, CA), Executive Conference Management Inc., Aug 2005.
5th World Congress: Enabling Technologies and New Markets, Nanocomposites 2005 (2005: Aug. 22-24, San Francisco, CA)
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