Accession Number : ADA173639
Title : Proceedings of the Army Science Conference (15th) Held at West Point, New York on 17-19 June 1986. Volume 2. Principal Authors H through L.
Corporate Author : DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND ACQUISITION (ARMY) WASHINGTON D C
Report Date : 20 Jun 1986
Pagination or Media Count : 342
Abstract : Partial contents: Learning cooperatively; Scale-up production and purification of dilisopropylfluorophosphatase from Tetrahymena thermophila; Development of a genetically engineered malaria vaccine for man; Superconducting augmented rail gun (SARTG); Catalytic air purification for collective protection; Radiation casting of energetic material formulations with binders; Results from railgun plasma - Armature investigations; Adaptive phased array radar, artificial neural networks, and optics; Experimental manipulator arm for applications in the close combat mission area; Surface pressure measurements on a 155mm projectile in free-flight at transonic speeds; Modeling the spread of liquid droplets on non-ideal surfaces; Structural investigations and analysis of fresh water blue-green algal (Microcystis Aeruginosa and Anabena-Flos-Aquae) Hepatotoxic Peptides by tandem mass spectrometry; Display and control research to enhance performance of short-range air defense fire unit personnel; Enlisted manpower costs of the Bradley fighting vehicle and the M113: Application of a prototype army manpower cost model; Controlling impulse noise hazards--Programmatic model for developing validated exposure standards; Developing technologies for Army autonomous land vehicles.
Descriptors : *SYMPOSIA , *ARMY RESEARCH , IMAGE PROCESSING , NEURAL NETS , MILITARY VEHICLES , PRESSURE MEASUREMENT , DISPLAY SYSTEMS , MANPOWER , DROPS , REMOTE DETECTORS , COST MODELS , CASTING , CATALYSIS , IMPULSE NOISE , GENETIC ENGINEERING , LEARNING , MANIPULATORS , PHASED ARRAYS , VACCINES , CHEMICAL DETECTION , SHAPED CHARGE JETS , DECONTAMINATION MATERIALS , MASS SPECTROMETRY
Subject Categories : Information Science
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE