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Physical Property Sensors

Range of Pertinent Capabilities and Experience

Capabilities and experience examples cited include (but are not limited to) physical property sensing/measurement technologies and supporting capabilities including:

  • knowledge of key physical properties of materials and the environment that are important for critical application requirements,
  • capabilities that enable the development of effective physical property sensor and measurement devices,
  • capabilities for the development, enhancement and application of specific physical property sensor system component and method options including sensing devices, data analysis methods, etc.,
  • capabilities that allow the prediction and understanding of physical 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 physical property sensors and measurement systems,
  • capabilities to provide effective understanding, interpretation, and dissemination of resulting data, and
  • physical property knowledge and capabilities applied to meet specific application requirements.

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