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SwRI has developed a Multielectrode Array Sensor system that monitors corrosion in structures by using an array of wires made from the same material as the structure being monitored.

Technology Today® Spring 2005

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Assuring the Integrity of Mechanical Systems

SwRI researchers are developing technology to help mitigate the damaging effects of corrosion.


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Stretching the Pipeline

A new transfer system keeps fast-moving armies supplied with fuel and water.


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Virtual-Vehicle Product Development

Auto teams can save valuable time using award-winning RAPTOR® software.


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A New Approach to Mars

An internal research initiative targeted Mars for new skills and applications.


Technics

Technical Staff Activities

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