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Flight Loads Lab - Summary
April 23, 2014

Carbon-carbon control surface shown in heating and loading test configuration.Carbon-carbon control surface shown in heating and loading test configuration. (NASA photo) The NASA Armstrong Flight Loads Laboratory is a unique national laboratory in which structural tests are conducted to support flight research and structures programs. The experienced technical staff provides expertise in test design, test operations, load and stress analysis, thermal analysis, instrumentation and systems development.

With the use of a sophisticated data acquisition and control system, the Flight Loads Laboratory is prepared to play an important role in the next generation of flight and structural research for advanced aerospace and hypersonic programs.

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