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High-Temperature, Thin-Film Ceramic Thermocouples DevelopedTo enable long-duration, more distant human and robotic missions for the Vision for Space Exploration, as well as safer, lighter, quieter, and more fuel efficient vehicles for aeronautics and space transportation, NASA is developing instrumentation and material technologies. The high-temperature capabilities of thin-film ceramic thermocouples are being explored at the NASA Glenn Research Center by the Sensors and Electronics Branch and the Ceramics Branch in partnership with Case Western Reserve University (CWRU). Glenn s Sensors and Electronics Branch is developing thin-film sensors for surface measurement of strain, temperature, heat flux, and surface flow in propulsion system research. Glenn s Ceramics Branch, in conjunction with CWRU, is developing structural and functional ceramic technology for aeropropulsion and space propulsion.
Document ID
Acquisition Source
Glenn Research Center
Document Type
Sayir, Ali
(Case Western Reserve Univ. Cleveland, OH, United States)
Blaha, Charles A.
Gonzalez, Jose M.
Date Acquired
September 7, 2013
Publication Date
June 1, 2005
Publication Information
Publication: Research and Technology 2004
Subject Category
Solid-State Physics
Distribution Limits
Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.
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