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Notice of availability of inventions for licensing.


The invention listed below is assigned to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, have been filed in the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and are available for licensing.


September 27, 2002.

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Kent N. Stone, Patent Counsel, Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field, Mail Code 500-118, Cleveland, OH 44135; telephone (216) 433-8855, fax (216) 433-6790.

NASA Case No. LEW-16056-4: Design And Manufacture Of Long-Life Hollow Cathode Assemblies;

NASA Case No. LEW-17093-1: NiA1-Based Approach For Rocket Combustion Chambers;

NASA Case No. LEW-17112-1: Seal For Large Structural Movements;

NASA Case No. LEW-17170-1: Common-Layered Architecture For Semiconductor Silicon Carbide (CLASSIC) Bulk Fabrication;

NASA Case No. LEW-17206-1: Economical Dual Microstructure Heat Treatment Apparatus/Process;

NASA Case No. LEW-17270-1: Innovative Heat Pipe Systems Using New Working Fluids;

NASA Case No. LEW-17275-1: Low CTE X2 Phase Rate Earth Silicate-Based EBC/TBC's For Si-Based Ceramics;

NASA Case No. LEW-17299-1: Polyimide Rod-Coil Block Copolymers As Membrane Materials For Ion Conduction;

NASA Case No. LEW-17316-1: Bearingless Switched Reluctance Motor, Aka “Morrison Roto”;

NASA Case No. LEW-16636-2: Reduced Toxicity Fuel Satellite Propulsion System Including Catalytic Decomposing Element With Hydrogen Peroxide;

NASA Case No. LEW-16636-3: Reduced Toxicity Fuel Satellite Propulsion System Including Fuel Cell Reformer With Alcohols;

NASA Case No. LEW-16636-4: Reduced Toxicity Fuel Satellite Propulsion System Including Plasmatron;

NASA Case No. LEW-16636-5: Reduced Toxicity Fuel Satellite Propulsion System Including Axial Thruster And ACS Thruster Combination;

NASA Case No. LEW-16988-1: Magnetohydrodynamic Power Extraction And Flow Conditioning In A Gas Turbine Inlet;

NASA Case No. LEW-17111-1: Planar Particle Imaging And Doppler Velocimetry (PPIDV);

NASA Case No. LEW-17133-1: High Performance Polymers From The Diels-Alder Trapping Of Photochemically Generated Intermediates;

NASA Case No. LEW-17017-1: Minimally Intrusive Supersonic Injectors For Augmented Rocket And RBCC/Scramjet Propulsion Systems;

NASA Case No. LEW-17068-1: Micro-Scalable Thermal Control Device;

NASA Case No. LEW-17186-1: Method For Growing Low-Defect Single Crystal Heteroepitaxial Films.

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Dated: September 20, 2002.

Robert M. Stephens,

Deputy General Counsel.

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[FR Doc. 02-24524 Filed 9-26-02; 8:45 am]