NASA Spinoff Database: Behavior Prediction Tools Strengthen Nanoelectronics

NASA Center: Marshall Space Flight Center
Public Release Year: 2012
Reference Number: MSFC-SO-209
Category: Computer Technology
Origin: Software to model radiation and extreme temperature on electronics

NASA's electronics must resist the effects of extreme temperature and radiation. Huntsville, Alabama-based CFD Research Corporation received funding from Marshall Space Flight Center's SBIR program to refine software to predict the behavior of electronics in space. Now used by the Department of Defense, nuclear laboratories, and commercial satellite designers, the software has generated approximately $2 million in revenue.

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Page Number in Published book: 120
Manufacturer: CFD Research Corporation

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