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Presentation List from the 2009 Aviation Safety Program Technical Conference

NASA’s Aviation Safety Program holds an annual technical conference that enables NASA researchers to meet with each other as well as engage with outsiders from other federal agencies, the public, and the aviation industry. The research presentations for the NASA Aviation Safety Program Technical Conference held on November 17-19, 2009, in McLean, Virginia, are listed below.

AIRCRAFT AGING AND DURABILITY

High Temperature Sensors and Durability of Superalloy Engine Disks


Durability of Engine Hot Section

Development of Ductile Coatings to Protect Advanced Powder Metallurgy Alloy Turbine Disks from Hot Corrosion Attack

Effect of Dwells on Notch Fatigue Life in Nickel-based Disk Alloys

Application of Computational Microstructure Modeling to 3rd Generation Nickel-Based Turbine Disk Alloys


Metallic and Integral Structures


Developing a Practical Nonlinearity Parameter Measurement Technology to Assess Fatigue Damage in Structures

Digital Image Correlation for Nano-Scale Fracture

Measuring Residual Stress and Developing Reliable Fatigue Life Assessments


Bonded Structures


Non-Linear UT Assessment of Adhesive Bonds

Laser Surface Preparation and Bonding of Aerospace Structural Composites

Preliminary Results of Aging



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C Presentation List from the 2009 Aviation Safety Program Technical Conference NASA’s Aviation Safety Program holds an annual technical conference that enables NASA researchers to meet with each other as well as engage with outsiders from other federal agencies, the public, and the aviation industry. The research presentations for the NASA Aviation Safety Program Technical Conference held on November 17- 19, 2009, in McLean, Virginia, are listed below. AIRCRAFT AgINg AND DuRABILITY High Temperature Sensors and Durability of Superalloy Engine Disks Durability of Engine Hot Section Development of Ductile Coatings to Protect Advanced Powder Metallurgy Alloy Turbine Disks from Hot Corrosion Attack Effect of Dwells on Notch Fatigue Life in Nickel-based Disk Alloys Application of Computational Microstructure Modeling to 3rd Generation Nickel-Based Turbine Disk Alloys Metallic and Integral Structures Developing a Practical Nonlinearity Parameter Measurement Technology to Assess Fatigue Damage in Structures Digital Image Correlation for Nano-Scale Fracture Measuring Residual Stress and Developing Reliable Fatigue Life Assessments Bonded Structures Non-Linear UT Assessment of Adhesive Bonds Laser Surface Preparation and Bonding of Aerospace Structural Composites Preliminary Results of Aging 6

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66 ADVANCING AERONAUTICAL SAFETY Wiring Investigation of Dielectric and Thermal Properties of Wire Insulation Polymers for Development of Capacitive Nondestructive Evaluation Dynamic Wiring Fault Detection Research An Instrumented Crimp Tool for Electrical Termination Inspection INTEgRATED INTELLIgENT FLIgHT DECK Flight Deck System Research—Multi-Disciplinary Solution Concepts RDT&E of a Robust Automation-Human System Concept of Operations RDT&E of a “Better-than-Visual” Display and Decision Support Concept of Operations Discipline-Specific Research Integrated Alerting & Notification: ALARMSAlerting and Reasoning Management System Testing and Validation of a Psychophysically Defined Metric of Display Clutter Foundational Research Forward-Looking Sensing of Aviation Hazards Characterizing and Classifying the Functional State of Operators Context-Sensitive Multi-Modal Interfaces Design Tools Advanced Computational Methods for the Design of Automated Systems Next Generation Automation Interaction Design Tools Design Advisor Tool Surface Map Traffic Intent Displays and Net-Centric Data-Link Communications for NextGen INTEgRATED RESILIENT AIRCRAFT Resilient Flight Control Advances in Adaptive Control Methods for Resilient Flight Control An Adaptive Control Technology for Flight Safety in the Presence of Actuator Anomalies and Damage Composite Model Reference Adaptive Control Analytical Validation Tools for Safety Critical Aerospace Systems Internal Algorithm Monitor for Adaptive Systems Constraining the Flight Maneuvering Envelope for Structurally Damaged Aircraft Damage-Resilient Flight Planning and Guidance System for Safe, Collaborative Emergency Management Modeling the Human Pilot Controlling Systems with Rapidly Changing Dynamics Flight Test Evaluation of the Smart-Cue and Smart-Gain Concepts to Alleviate Pilot-Vehicle System Loss of Control

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6 APPENDIX C Technology Transition AirSTAR L1 Adaptive Control Flight Test Evaluation of Adaptive Control with AirSTAR: Techniques and Capabilities Technology Challenges and Metrics for Certification Adaptive Control Validation in Piloted Simulator Adaptive Control Validation in F-18 INTEgRATED VEHICLE HEALTH MANAgEMENT Detection Microwave Blade Tip Clearance Sensor for Propulsion Health Monitoring High Temperature Wireless Sensor Systems Multifunctional Sensing using Fiber Bragg Gratings Integrated Large Area Sensor Actuator Network Technology for Structural Health Monitoring Data Mining for Fleet-wide Health Monitoring Event Cube: An Organized Approach for Mining and Understanding Anomalous Aviation Events Diagnosis On-Board Model-Based Aircraft Engine Performance Estimation for IVHM Applications Lightning Damage Diagnosis Research for Composite Aircraft Probabilistic Methods for Diagnosis of Aircraft Systems Diagnostics of Avionics Systems using Causal Methods New Algorithms for Diagnosis of Multiple Faults Vehicle Level Reasoning for Integrated Vehicle Health Management VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION V&V of Flight-Critical Systems Argument-based Safety Assurance Formal Verification using Hybrid Abstraction Guaranteeing Controls Properties from Specifications to Code Hierarchical Component-based Framework for formal V&V of complex aerospace software Software Intensive Systems