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44 Appendix C ORGANIZATIONS INVITED TO EXAMINE THE AVLIS PROCESS Advanced Nuclear Fuels Corporation BelDevue, Washington Advanced Refractories Te~ologies Buffalo, New York Advanced Technology Applications Livermore, California Allied Signal Morristown, New Jersey Allied Signal Aerospace Company Torrance, California Alloy Engineering Company Berea, Ohio Aluminum Company of America Pittsburgh Penn~ylve~ni~ Amgen, Inc. Thin 00 ~0 AMOCO Research Center Naperville, Illinois Argonne National Laboratory Argonne, Illinois Atomerg~c Chemetals Corporation Farm~ngdale, New York AT&T Beld Laboratones Murray HiD, New Jersey AVCO Research Laboratory, Ink Everett, Massachusetts Babcock & Wilcox Naval Nuclear Fuel Division Lynchburg, Virginia Babcock & Wilcox Co. New Orle~, Louisiana B&W Fuel Company Lynchburg, Virginia U.S. Army Ballistic Research Laboratory Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratones Richland, Washington Bechtel Corporation San Francisco, California Beckman Instruments, Incorporated Fullerton, California Bell Laboratories Murray Hill, New Jersey Boeing Company Seattle, Washington Brookhaven National Laboratory Upton, New York California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California Carborundum Company Niagara Falls, New York Center for X-Ray Lithography Stouthton, Wisconsin CERADY~E, Incorporated Costa Mesa, California CERCOM, Incorporated Vista, California Chevron Resources Company San Ramon, California Chicago Caster and Equipment Company Elk Grove, Illinois
45 Coherent, Incorporated Palo Alto, California Computer Science Corporation Sunnyvale, California Concord International Trade Company Menlo Park, California Corning, Incorporated Corning, New York DARPA Arlington, Virginia Dawn Mining Company Ford, Washington Dickson Cast Products, Incorporated King of Prussia Pennsylvania Dow Chemical Midland, Michigan E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Co., Inc. Greenville, Delaware E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Co., Inc. Wilmington Delaware Eastman Kodak Rochester, New York EG&G, Rosy Flats Plant, Inc. Golden, Colorado Energy Fuels Nuclear, Incorporated Denver, Colorado Exxon Coal and Minerals Company Houston, Texas Famteel, Incorporated Chicago, Illinois Federal Die Casting Company North Chicago, Illinois General Atom~cs San Diego, California General Dynenics St. Lob Missouri General Electric Company Pleasanton, California General Electric Company Corporate R&D Schenectady, New York General Electric Corporation Fairfield, Connecticut General Foundry Service Corporation San Leandro, California General Motors Research Laboratory Warren, Michigan GE Nuclear Energy Operations San Jose, California George Washington University Medical Center Division of Nuclear Medicine Washington, D.C. Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, Georgia GTE Lighting Products Danvers, Massachusetts Hewlett Packard Palo Alto, California Honeywell Corporation Minneapolis, Minnesota Honeywell Science & Research Center Edina, Minnesota Hughes Aircraft Company Canoga Park, California Hughes Aircraft Company E1 Seg~do, California Hughes Aircraft Company Torrance, California Hughes Danbury Optical Systems, Inc. Danbury, Connecticut IBM Corporation Armonk New York IBM Corporation Hopewell Junction, New York Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Idaho Fans, Idaho
46 Guiana University Bloomington, Indiana Institute for AdvancM Study Princeton University Princeton, New Jersey Intel Santa Clara, California Iowa State University Ames, Iowa Iris Med Instruments Newport Beach, California 1= Corporation Easton, Pennsylvania 1¢ Electro-Optical Products Division Roanoake, Virginia G. Sargent Janes Lincoln, Massachusetts Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation Oakland, California Kerr/McGee Corporation Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Kingsbury Corporation Keene, New Hampshire KMS Fusion, Inc. Ann Arbor, Michigan Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Berkeley, California Litton Industries Beverly Hills, California Lockheed Calabasa, California Loral Corporation Akron, Ohio Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos, New Mexico Martin Manetta Strategic Systems Denver, Colorado Martin Manetta Corporation Bethesda, Maryland Martin Manetta Energy Systems, Inc. Oak Ridge, Tennessee Massachusetts General Hospital Weliman Laboratory Boston, Massachusetts Maxwell Laboratories, Inc. Brobecl~ Division Richmond California McDamel Refractory Company Beaver Fads, Pennsylvania McDonnell Douglas St. Louis, Missouri Minnesota Mining Corporation St. Paul, Minnesota MIT Lincoln Laboratory Lexington, Massachusetts Mobil R&D Corporation Princeton, New Jersey Monsanto Mound Corporation St. Louis, Missouri Motorola Shaumburg, Illinois Naval Research Laboratory Washington, D.C. Naval Weapons Center China Lake, California Northrop Corporation Los Angeles, California Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee Optical Coating Laboratory, Incorporated Santa Rosa, California Pacific Northwest Laboratory Hanford, Washington Perkin Elmer Corporation Garden Grove, California
47 Perkin-Elmer Corporation Norwalk, Connecticut Pharmapy D~ostics Fairfield, New Jersey Raytheon Corporation Lexington, Massachusetts Reds Machine Incorporated Elgin, Illinois Reynolds Aluminum Supply Company Richmond, Via Reynolds Metals Company Richmond, Virginia Rocket~yne Canoga Park, California Rockwell International E! Segundo, California Schaffer & Associates Argon, Virginia Schott Glass Technologies, Incorporated Duryea, Pennsylvania Science Applications International Corp. McLean, Virginia Science Research Laboratory, Inc. Somerville, Massachusetts Scripps Institute of Oceanography University of California-San Diego San Diego, California SD Laboratones, Inc. Convent Station, New Jersey Sematech Austin, Tems Shanafelt M"ufa~uring Company Canton, Ohio Spectra-Phys~cs, Incorporated San Jose, California SRI International Menio Park, California Stanford University Stanford, California Stone & Webster Eng~neenng Corporation Boston, Massachusetts Superconductor Technologies Santa Barbara, California Technical Ceramics Laboratories Alpharetta, Georgia Teledyne-Wah Chang Albany Huntsville, Alabama Teledyne-Wah Chang Albany Albany, Oregon Tempcraft, Incorporated Cleveland, Ohio Texas Instruments Dallas, Texas TRW Redondo Beach, California TRW, Inc. Cleveland, Ohio Union Carbide Corporation Danbury, Connecticut United Technologies Corporation Hartford, Connecticut United Technologies Research Center East Hartford, Connecticut United Titanium, Incorporated Wooster, Ohio University of California-Berkeley Berkeley, California U.S. Air Force Edwards Air Force Base California U.S. Air Force Kirtland Air Force Base New Mexico U.S. Army LABCOM Adelphi, Maryland
48 U.S. Army Missile and Space Intelligence Center Re~cistone Arsenal, Alabama U.S. Army-USASDC Huntsville, Alabama U.S. Department of Energy Hanford Eng~neeru~g Development Lab Richiand, Washington U.S. Department of Energy Science and Technology Division Idaho Falls, Idal~o U.S. Steel Special Products United States Steel Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Washington University St. Louis, Missouri Western Nuclear, Incorporated Commencal Nuclear Fuels Division Skewed, Colorado Westinghouse Electnc Company Gateway Center Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Westinghouse Electnc Corporation Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Westinghouse Idaho Nuclear Corporation Idaho Fads, Idaho Westinghouse Savannah River Company Aiken, South Carolina Westinghouse Science & Technology Center Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Xerox Corporation Stanford, Connecticut