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Finite element analysis helps engineers solve problems discovered in the field, such as a structural resonance identified in a motor drive bracket.

Technology Today® Fall/Winter 2010

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At a Moment’s Notice

SwRI field service professionals travel the globe to provide quick response solutions to machinery and piping system dynamics problems.


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A Ribbon at the Solar System’s Edge

Bouncing a pair of 3,000-pound granite spheres together helps refine existing models for calculating the effects of space collisions.


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Sentinel in the Sky

An autonomous airship offers long-duration, high-altitude capabilities.


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Not So Simple SIIMON

SwRI designs, tests and delivers a hand-held biometrics collection kit.


Technics

Technical Staff Activities

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