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Sallie A. Keith
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November 22, 2004
 
RELEASE : 04-083Addm
 
 
IMAGES FOR RELEASE 04-083
 
 
Robert Draper

NASA Glenn task manager Robert Draper displaying forgings of small and large aircraft engine disks that incorporate the ME3 superalloy to improve engine efficiency and prolong disk life. Image file name: Draper.w.disks1.jpg
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Caption: NASA Glenn task manager Robert Draper displaying forgings of small and large aircraft engine disks that incorporate the ME3 superalloy to improve engine efficiency and prolong disk life.
Credit: Courtesy NASA Glenn Research Center




Morrison Motor

Morrison Motor showing eight stator poles, six-pole lamination stack and circular lamination stack. Photo shows compact design and simple motor control logic. Image file name: morrison_label.jpg
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Caption: Morrison Motor showing eight stator poles, six-pole lamination stack and circular lamination stack. Photo shows compact design and simple motor control logic.
Credit: Courtesy NASA Glenn Research Center




Morrison Motor Image file name: morrison_hardware.jpg
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Credit: Courtesy NASA Glenn Research Center







Nanometer Step Height

A Nanometer Step Height Standard Chip shown on the tip of a finger. Within the chip are hundreds of SiC pyramids, shown on inset magnified 100 times for clarity, with 1 nm height steps ideal for Atomic Force Microscope calibration.Image file name: StepHeightProduct1.jpg
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Caption: A Nanometer Step Height Standard Chip shown on the tip of a finger. Within the chip are hundreds of SiC pyramids, shown on inset magnified 100 times for clarity, with 1 nm height steps ideal for Atomic Force Microscope calibration.
Credit: Courtesy NASA Glenn Research Center
 

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