us air force flight dynamics laboratory or just flight dynamics laboratory is located on wright-patterson air force base and is part of the air force wright laboratory.the laboratory was eventually merged into the air force research laboratory in 1997.. the plan for fdl's 1988 fiscal year said about the laboratory's mission:
accelerated aging is testing that uses aggravated conditions of heat, humidity, oxygen, sunlight, vibration, etc. to speed up the normal aging processes of items. it is used to help determine the long-term effects of expected levels of stress within a shorter time, usually in a laboratory by controlled standard test methods.
imageworks: the what-if labs is an interactive exhibit area located at the imagination pavilion on the western side of future world at epcot, a theme park at the walt disney world resort in bay lake, florida. the original journey into imagination described imageworks as 'the creative playground of the future'.
the high-throughput automated systems in many clinical laboratories will be able to perform these assays but their availability will depend on the rate of production for each system. for clt a single specimen of peripheral blood is commonly used, although serial specimens can be used to follow the immune response. for poct a single specimen of .
the oscillating-piston viscometer technology has been adapted for small-sample viscosity and micro-sample viscosity testing in laboratory applications. it has also been adapted to high-pressure viscosity and high-temperature viscosity measurements in both laboratory and process environments. the viscosity sensors have been scaled for a wide .
a film screening is the displaying of a motion picture or film, generally referring to a special showing as part of a film's production and release cycle.to show the film to best advantage, special screenings may take place in plush, low seat-count theaters with very high quality sometimes especially certified projection and sound equipment, and can be accompanied by food and drink and .
in january 1958, the u.s. atomic energy commission aec reviewed the status of transuranium isotope production in the united states. by november of the same year, the commission decided to build the high flux isotope reactor hfir at oak ridge national laboratory, with a fundamental focus on isotope research and production.