“Gamma ray” Science-Research, February 2022, Week 4 — summary from NASA Technology Transfer Program
NASA Technology Transfer Program — summary generated by Brevi Assistant
Trendsetters at NASA Johnson Space Center have established a modeling and production method that generates one-of-akind confirmation tools which simulate splits in steels within X-ray arrangement part-testing geometries. A low-cost split confirmation toolset that precisely represents crack-like suspensions for various metal components, such as the ones created by NASA’s CIQI modeling and manufacturing technique, would allow for dependable crack POD demonstrations while setting you back less and conserving time over users having to generate their own exhaustion fracture samplings. Innovators at Langley Research Center have created a style and approach to enhance effectiveness in nuclear propulsion technology for long-distance space goals. The nuclear thermionic avalanche cell Augmented Nuclear Electric Propulsion and/or Nuclear Thermal Propulsion layout surrounds the rocket chamber and reactor core with an NTAC and safely converts gamma ray radiation removed throughout nuclear fission processes, which would otherwise be lost to radiation shielding, right into electric power to support extra propulsion. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center has developed a new microfabrication process developed to generate overhanging thin film x-ray absorbers optimized for soft x-ray spectroscopy. Mini satellites, sometimes called CubeSats, are mainly made use of for space research. The Miniaturized Astrometric Alignment Sensor breakthroughs placement stellar sensor equipment. Pioneers at the NASA Langley Research Center have created the Multi-Layer Nuclear Thermionic Avalanche Cell, a novel electric generator which transforms nuclear gamma-ray photon energy straight to electrical power by liberating intra-band atomic inner covering electrons. Innovators at NASA Johnson Space Center have developed defect size parameter modeling to figure out if a specific X-ray arrangement can discover splits of numerous dimensions within materials. The capability to evaluate crack detection sensitivity leads the way for split discovery demands to be specified for X-ray radiography nondestructive examination of produced parts.
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- https://technology.nasa.gov/patent/MSC-TOPS-87 — Crack Image Quality Indicator (CIQI).
- https://technology.nasa.gov/patent/LAR-TOPS-352 — Improved Efficiency in Nuclear Propulsion.
- https://technology.nasa.gov/patent/GSC-TOPS-152 — Microfabrication process for building x-ray absorbers.
- https://technology.nasa.gov/patent/GSC-TOPS-234 — Miniaturized Astrometric Alignment Sensor.
- https://technology.nasa.gov/patent/LAR-TOPS-335 — Multi-Layer Nuclear Thermionic Avalanche Cell.
- https://technology.nasa.gov/patent/MSC-TOPS-106 — X-Ray Crack Detectability.
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