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Advanced Metal Rubber Sensors for Hypersonic Decelerator Entry Systems, Phase I

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Advanced Metal Rubber Sensors for Hypersonic Decelerator Entry Systems, Phase I
NanoSonic proposes to design and develop light-weight, low-modulus, and durable Metal Rubber™ sensors for aeroelastic analysis of Hypersonic Decelerator Entry Systems (HDES), which would in effect increase the systems aerodynamic stability by contributing to optimize its design. The in-situ Metal Rubber™ (MR™) strain sensors would be utilized to monitor drag at varying Mach flow regimes (subsonic to hypersonic) by analyzing dynamic pressures, and billowing effects (or similar shap More »

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