BAS Sensor Notes (BAS-1)
These are the BAS Sensor Notes (BAS-1), Notes 1-5, assembled by Dr. Carl E. Baum.


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SeN 1, N. P. Baum, Instrumentation Evaluation for Surface Bursts in Underground Cavities, Jun 73, University of New Mexico

SeN 2, C. E. Baum, Inductive Techniques Using Uniform Transmission-Line Structure for Measuring Eulerian Position in Lagrangian-Flow Shock Waves in High-Density Media, 9 Sep 78, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

SeN 3, N. P. Baum, Carbon-Manganin Gage Development, Nov 80, University of New Mexico, AD B054579, AFWL-TR-80-54

SeN 4, N. P. Baum, C. E. Baum, T. O. Summers, and G. W. Fulton, The Frequency Domain Reflectometer (FDR) -- Phase I: Concept Verification, Aug 82, University of New Mexico, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, and Summers Engineering, Inc., AD B074187, AFWL-TR-82-117

SeN 5, D. J. Rav, Motion Measurement Techniques, Dec 77, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, DE-TN-77-021

Capitol Reef Red Rocks. Capitol Reef National Park, Utah. Photo by www.johnross.com

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Last Updated October 25, 2015 Electrical and Computer Engineering Department • The University of New Mexico.
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