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|31||Deflection Analysis of the Space Shuttle External Tank Door Drive Mechanism||M. Tosto, B. Trieu, B. Evernden, D. Hope, K. Wong, R. Lindberg||2008:|
|32||Development of the Aquarius Antenna Deployment Mechanisms and Spring/Damper Actuator||J. Johnson||2008:|
|33||Docking System Mechanism Utilized on Orbital Express Program||S. Christiansen, T. Nilson||2008:|
|34||Electrically Powered Separation Nuts||B. Little||2008:|
|35||Lessons Learned Designing a Spherical Satellite Release Mechanism||R. Hevner||2008:|
|36||Wear Life Testing of a Mission Critical Separation Interface||J. Wood, J. de la Fuente||2008:|
|37||Scanning System Development and Associated Bearing Cage Instability Issue||M. Schmid, C. Hehr||2008:|
|38||Measuring the EHD Film Thickness in a Rotating Ball Bearing||P. Ward, A. Leveille, P. Frantz||2008:|
|39||A New Structural Bonding Process for Ferromagnetic Sheet Stacking used in Electric Motors (Rotors, Statorsâ€¦)||C. Casteras, B. Bonduelle, F. Martin||2008:|
|40||Evaluation of Perflouropolyether Lubricant Lifetime in the High Stress and High Stress-Cycle Regime for Mars Applications||J. Herman, K. Davis||2008:|
|41||Implications of Underdamped Stepper Mechanism Performance and Damping Solution Methodology||S. Brown, S. Starin||2008:|
|42||Linear High-Force "Step and Repeat" Piezoelectric Motors||J. Paine, M. Johns, J. Sesler, M. Stefanick, J. Kennedy||2008:|
|43||Development of a Forced Oscillation System for Measuring Dynamic Derivatives of Fluidic Vehicles||B. Trieu, T. Tyler , B. Stewart, J. Charnock, D. Fisher, E. H. Heim, J. Brandon, S. Grafton||2006:|
|44||â€œDigitalâ€ SMA-Based Trailing Edge Tab Actuators for Aerospace Applications||R. McKillip Jr||2006:|
|45||Come-Along Tool Development for Telerobotic In-Space Servicing of the Hubble Space Telescope||J. Penn||2006:|
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