HiAdHigh-Adhesion (GE)
HiAdHypersonic Inflatable Aerodynamic Decelerator (US NASA)
HiAdHandbook of Instructions for Aircraft Designers (pre-WWII aircraft specifications)
HiAdHandheld Interrogation Audit Device
HiAdHeartland Chapter of Illinois Association of the Deaf (est. 1998; Peoria, IL)
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The rocket went 290 miles up--well above the boundary of space--and then the HIAD inflated to its full size.
The next HIAD scheduled to fly will reach low Earth orbit and expand to six meters.
Based on the behavior of DDoS attack, we extract ACD, IBF, MFF, HIAD, and FFV features to express the inherent rules of attack flows.
Tuason and his crew clinched victory after convincing a panel of space exploration experts with their flawless version on how to improve HIAD's lifting capabilities on space stations.
The video includes both final compression and torsion buckle testing of the HIAD in NASA Armstrong's Flight Loads Lab and comments about the development and loads testing from project officials.
It's part of a project called HIAD for Hypersonic Inflatable Aerodynamic Decelerator -- within NASA's Office of the Chief Technologist's Game Changing Development (GCD) Program.
Another way is to adjust the drag by changing the reference area of the probe, such as hypersonic inflatable aerodynamic devices (HIADs) [5-8].