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Macro Property Measurement

Range of Pertinent Capabilities and Experience

Capabilities and experience examples cited include (but are not limited to) a broad range of macro-property measurement technologies and supporting capabilities including:

  • knowledge of key properties of materials and the environment that are important for critical macro-property measurement application requirements,
  • capabilities that enable the development of effective macro-property measurement methods and devices,
  • capabilities for the development, enhancement and application of specific macro-property measurement system component and method options including sensing devices, data analysis methods, etc.,
  • capabilities that allow the prediction and understanding of physical and macro-properties based on direct measurements and interactions with various interrogation methods (e.g., ultrasonic, electromagnetic, mechanical, etc. interactions) that may enable innovative new sensing and measurement methods,
  • capabilities to test, evaluate, validate, and demonstrate macro-property measurement methods and systems,
  • capabilities to provide effective understanding, interpretation, and dissemination of resulting data, and
  • macro-property knowledge and capabilities applied to a broad range of specific application areas.

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