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'UDRI has not trained or certified anyone else at the field level except the three of us here at Travis Air Force Base,' Lopez said.
Developed jointly by UDRI, the FAA, and American Thermal Instruments Inc., Dayton, Ohio, the SMART sensor is a modified, passive radio frequency identification (RFID) tag that becomes readable only after a monitored problem has occurred.
UDRI operates and maintains the Air Force Research Laboratory's Coatings Technology Integration Office (CTIP), which serves as an independent laboratory for the evaluation of coatings proposed for use in military applications and also provides problem solving support and corrosion analysis and prevention recommendations.
LibertyWorks, NGC, Purdue University, UDRI and QNA in collaboration with AFRL developed the TMS design shown in Figure 11 that includes three separate TLE tank heaters, a condenser, and the necessary pumps and plumbing to connect the TLE, TES, condenser and evaporator to the existing VCS.
The work was conducted at NAWCWD in conjunction with Wright Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) and the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI).
The Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) in cooperation with its military partner Wright Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) and research partner the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) have developed and tested a non-Cr(VI) pretreatment for use with a qualified non-Cr(VI) primer and standard topcoat for a total non-Cr(VI) paint system.
Occupying more than 162,000 square feet of space on the University of Dayton campus, UDRI is also supported by off-campus facilities and the scientific and engineering facilities that are associated with various university departments.
UDRI is one of only two organizations in North America that conducts impact shock tests for the Sarasota, Fla.-based Aviation Recorders division of L-3 Communications.