Benefits to NASA funded missions is that the technology will provide a health management tool to monitor the operational health of the HPGF pumping system used to support rocket engine testing. Further, it is a cost saving tool that prevents the HPGF from being shut down during an inopportune time, interfering with mission and program schedules. Benefits to the Nation could have multiple applications where diagnostics and autonomous monitoring are driven including, the U.S. Department of Homeland management, Department of Defense management, counter-intelligence response, and other protective services that use continuous feedback to meet the safety needs of our country.More »
|Organizations Performing Work||Role||Type||Location|
|Stennis Space Center (SSC)||Lead Organization||NASA Center||Stennis Space Center, Mississippi|
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