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Title: Long-Term and Thermal Instability of Carbon/Carbon Composit
Authors: Sokolowski, W.
Brown, K.
O'Donnell, T.
Jacobs, S.
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Citation: San Diego, California, USA
Abstract: Very stringent dimensional stability requirements for metering rods of the NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory Cassini spacecraft NAC (Narrow Angle Camera) were the driving forces to select and conduct dimensional stability tests of several dimensionally stable materials. The carbon/carbon composit, among the other selected materials, was tested at the University of Arizona.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/33148
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