The DARPA High-Performance Polymer Program. Volume 2. Appendix--Selected Presentation Material From the Program Review Held on 14-15 January 1992
Final rept. Dec 1991-Jul 1992
INSTITUTE FOR DEFENSE ANALYSES ALEXANDRIA VA
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In a series of projects dating back to 1984, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DARPA has instigated research in advanced polymers including such goals as thermally oxidatively stable matrix resins for 700 F composite applications, rigid molecular composites, liquid crystal displays, and piezoelectric sensors. Volume I of the present report reviews the history and accomplishments of the DARPA High Performance Polymer Program and presents highlights of the program review conducted by DARPA on 14-15 January 1992. Volume II, intended as a comprehensive reference source document, is an appendix which provides the program review agenda, a list of participants, and copies of selected presentation material. Correspondence from the presenters is included with the presentation material where appropriate.
- Polymer Chemistry
- Ceramics, Refractories and Glass
- Laminates and Composite Materials