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1. Dynamic Metrology Performance Measurement of a Six Degree-Of-Freedom Tracking System used in Smart Manufacturing
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 12/31/2015
Authors: Roger V Bostelman, Joseph A Falco, Milli Shah, Tsai Hong Hong
Abstract: Multi-camera motion capture systems are commercially available and are typically used in the entertainment industry to track human motions for video gaming and movies. These systems are proving useful as ground truth measurement systems to assess the ...

2. Atomically thin layers of B-N-C-O with tuneable composition
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 7/31/2015
Authors: Ann Chiaramonti Chiaramonti Debay, Birol Ozturk, Andres de Luna Bugallo, Eugene Panaitescu, Fangze Liu, Anthony Vargas, Xueping Jiang, Ozgur Yavuzcetin, Majed Alnaji, Yongui Zhao, Nicholas King, Madan Dubey, Saroj Nayak, Srinivas Sridhar, Swastik Kar
Abstract: Atomically thin ternary compounds/alloys of boron, nitrogen and carbon have generated significant excitement as they provided the first instance of a tuneable 2D material that affords rich physics as well applications potentials. Interestingly, the ...

3. Benefits and Costs of Energy Standard Adoption in New Residential Buildings: National Summary
Series: Special Publication (NIST SP)
Report Number: 1194
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 7/7/2015
Authors: Joshua D Kneifel, Eric G O\'Rear

4. Spin-scattering rates in metallic thin films measured by ferromagnetic resonance damping enhanced by spin-pumping
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 6/12/2015
Authors: Carl T. Boone, Justin M Shaw, Hans Toya Nembach, Thomas J Silva
Abstract: We determined the spin-transport properties of Pd and Pt thin films by measuring the increase in ferromagnetic resonance damping due to spin-pumping in ferromagnetic (FM)-nonferromagnetic metal (NM) multilayers with varying NM thicknesses. The increa ...

5. Building Industry Reporting and Design for Sustainability (BIRDS) New Residential Database Technical Manual
Series: Technical Note (NIST TN)
Report Number: 1878
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 6/3/2015
Authors: Joshua D Kneifel, Priya D Lavappa, Anne Landfield Greig, Sangwon Suh

6. Experimentally, How Does Cu TSV Diameter Influence its Stress State?
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 5/27/2015
Authors: Chukwudi Azubuike Okoro, Lyle E Levine, Yaw S Obeng, Ruqing Xu
Abstract: In this work, an experimental study of the influence of Cu through-silicon via (TSV) diameter on stress build up was performed using synchrotron-based X-ray microdiffraction technique. Three Cu TSV diameters were studied; 3 µm, 5 µm and 8 µm, all of ...

7. Confronting the Complexity of Commercial Carbon Nanotube Materials
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 5/13/2015
Authors: Luis Fernando Vargas Lara, Jack F Douglas
Abstract: The morphology of commercially available carbon nanotube materials is often much more complex than the term ,carbon nanotubeŠ (CNT) would imply. Commercial CNT materials are typically composed of roughly spherical CNT domains having a highly rami ...

8. Navigation Performance Evaluation for Automated Guided Vehicles
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 5/12/2015
Authors: Roger V Bostelman, Tsai Hong Hong, Geraldine S Cheok
Abstract: Automatic guided vehicles (AGVs), an industrial form of mobile robot, typically navigate using a central computer commanding AGV movement on predefined paths. Although, how well they follow these paths is less defined in research articles and their ...

9. Literature Review of Mobile Robots for Manufacturing
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 8022
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 5/6/2015
Authors: Michael O Shneier, Roger V Bostelman
Abstract: Mobile robots are devices that can move autonomously to accomplish their goals. This paper provides a review of such robots, mainly oriented towards manufacturing applications. It describes the kinds of mobile robots that are used and what criter ...

10. The Axes of Random Infinitesimal Rotations and the Propagation of Orientation Uncertainty
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 5/5/2015
Authors: Marek Franaszek, Mili Shah, Geraldine S Cheok, Kamel S Saidi
Abstract: Perception systems can measure the orientation of a solid 3D object; however, their measurements will contain some uncertainties. In many robotic applications, it is important to propagate the orientation uncertainties of a rigid object onto the unce ...

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