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Air Force Office of Scientific Research 1991 Research Highlights
AIR FORCE OFFICE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH BOLLING AFB DC
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Content Modern Stability Research Improves Understanding of Nonlinear Structural Dynamic Behavior, Temporal Evolution of Three Dimensional Turbulent Mixing in Gases Measured Successfully, Control of Compressor Surge Achieved, Quasi-Steady Plasma Sustained With Pulsed Free Electron Laser, Turbine Cooling Enhanced by Total Temperature Separation, High Energy Density Matter Lithium Atoms in Cryogenic Solid Hydrogen, New Growth Directions For Molecular Beam Epitaxy Opening a Pathway to New Electro-Optical Materials, Improved Cermets Through Biomimetics, Diffusion Barriers in High Temperature Metal Matrix Composites, High Temperature Superconductor Films, Novel Microwave Power Device, High-Performance Gallium Antimonide-Based Devices, New Computational Methods Provide Dramatic Superconductor Performance, Fast-Recovery, High-Speed, High Power Switch for Impulse Radars and High Power Microwave Weapons, Light Induced Gene Expression in the Circadian Pacemaker, Microbial-Dependent Transformation of Toxic Metals, New Radar Technique Detects Charge Buildup in Clouds, Linear Programming, Large Scale Computing in Control Law Design, Advances in Nonlinear Feedback Control, Multiresolution Signal Analysis and Data Fusion, Aerial and Space-Based Reconnaissance Imaging, and Computation Based on the Cerebral Cortex.
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