Advanced Nanomaterials For Aerospace Applications by Carlos R. CabreraAdvanced Nanomaterials For Aerospace Applications by Carlos R. Cabrera

Advanced Nanomaterials For Aerospace Applications

EditorCarlos R. Cabrera, F+lix Miranda

Hardcover | July 15, 2014

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Advanced Nanomaterials for Aerospace Applicationshas been developed for a community interested in space science and nanotechnology. Scientists and engineers from several NASA field centers and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, University of Puerto Rico, The Pennsylvania State University, and INFN-Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati, Italy, have joined efforts to discuss the applications of nanomaterials in sensors, atmosphere revitalization in habitable space platforms, life support systems, regenerative fuel cells, lithium-ion batteries, robust lightweight materials, nanoelectronics, and electromagnetic shielding. The book concludes with chapters that discuss bringing NASA-relevant nanotechnology into the classroom and the future directions in nanotechnology research and development at NASA.

Dr. Carlos Cabrerais professor at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Puerto Rico, R'Piedras Campus. Cabrera's main research area is on the development of nanocatalysts for clean energy technology such as fuel cell systems. This energy system is of importance for the development of environmentally friendly energy conversio...
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Title:Advanced Nanomaterials For Aerospace ApplicationsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:394 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.98 inPublished:July 15, 2014Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9814463183

ISBN - 13:9789814463188

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Table of Contents

Advanced Sensor Nanomaterials For Aerospace Applications Gary W. Hunter, Jennifer C. Xu, and Laura J. Evans, NASA Glenn Research Center
Challenges and Possibilities in Nanosensor TechnologyGary W. Hunter, Laura Evans, Jennifer Xu, and Azlin Biaggi-Labiosa, NASA Glenn Research Center
Nanoporous Materials in Atmosphere RevitalizationArturo J. Hern'ez-Maldonado, Yasuyuki Ishikawa, Raphael G. Raptis, NASA URC Center for Advanced Nanoscale Materials and University of Puerto Rico; Bernadette Luna and Lila Mulloth, NASA Ames Research Center; Christian Junaedi and Subir Roychoudhury, Precision Combustion, Inc.; Jay L. Perry, NASA George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
Nanomaterials for Advanced Lithium-ion Battery AnodesRichard S. Baldwin, James J. Wu, and William R. Bennett, NASA Glenn Research Center
Advances in Designing High Energy Cathode Materials for Li ion Rechargeable BatteriesRam S. Katiyar and Gurpreet Singh, NASA-URC Center for Advanced Nanoscale Materials and University of Puerto Rico
Nanomaterials in Regenerative Fuel Cells Thomas Valdes, Jet Propulsion Laboratory;Ileana Gonz'z-Gonz'z and Carlos R. Cabrera, NASA-URC Center for Advanced Nanoscale Materials and University of Puerto Rico
Nano-Technology in Advanced Life Support: Water RecyclingMichael Flynn, NASA Ames Research Center; Eduardo Nicolau and Carlos R. Cabrera, NASA-URC Center for Advanced Nanoscale Materials and University of Puerto Rico
Nanotechnology for Nanoelectronic DevicesF'x A. Miranda, NASA Glenn Research Center, Harish M. Manohara,NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory,California Institute Laboratory
Brief Introduction to Nanocomposites for Electromagnetic ShieldingS. Bellucci, F. Micciulla, INFN-Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati, Italy
Epoxy Nanocomposite based on Carbon Nanotubes for Electromagnetic Interface (EMI) ShieldingS. Bellucci and F. Micciulla, INFN-Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati, Italy
Bringing NASA-relevant Nanotechnology Research into the ClassroomAna-Rita Mayol*, Christian Men'ez, Melissa D'la, and Liz D', NASA-URC Center for Advanced Nanoscale Materials and University of Puerto Rico
Future Directions in Nanotechnology R&D at NASAMichael A. Meador, Nanotechnology Project Manager, Game Changing Development Program, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Editorial Reviews

"The text is highly inspirational, easy to read and filled with data, knowhow and seemingly countless bright ideas. Much of the text lies within the grasp of undergraduates studying nano tech for the first time, also graduates and university tutors (particularly those preparing new courses). An excellent book containing 773 numbered references, there for the professional to explore."¿Peter C. Gasson, CEng, MIMechE, FRAeS, in The Aeronautical Journal, June 2015