AEDC and TTU collaborate for innovative applied research

Three Tennessee Technological University (TTU) student teams presented their AEDC Collaborative Applied and Innovative Research Capstone Projects at AEDC on April 27. The three projects included development of a digital inclinometer replacement prototype, an instrumentation scanner emulator and a digital pulse counter prototype. All three projects are applied research in innovative implementations needed at AEDC with a goal of procurement and operations and maintenance (O&M) cost reductions, as well as increased flexibility and performance. Pictured left to right is ATA advisor Paul Schwer, TTU students Elijah Thomas, John Long, Doug McGary, Forest King, Jacob Dale, Zach Mansell, Ogie Hall, Jacob Rymer, Tim Condra, and Chris Nimmo; TTU advisor Dr. Ali Alouani; ATA advisor Dr. Klaus Schug; and TTU students Evan Byron and Steven Raines. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)

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