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Actual Activities

During FY 1985

Estimated Activities

During FY 1986

Planned Activities

During FY 1987

-- Biological Research

D.C.

Continued d.c. ion o propagation research specifically to develop measuring techniques for electric field, ion density, and net aerosol charge to offground positions. ($800)

Continue ion propaga- 0 Continue identifying
tion analysis and

mechanisms interacting
impact on biological with respiratory system;
elements. ($600)

continue investigation of
impact of magnetic
fields. ($600)

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-- EMP Impact Analysis

o Completed EMP transient o Complete EMP simula- 0 Continue second level coupling analysis and tion and initial

impacts assessment on
initiated research on assessment studies.

potential system damage
insulation breakdown in Continue at slower

at stretched-out schedule
nanosecond timeframe. pace impact assessment for principal contract
Continue characterizing while postponing iden postponing all work on
EMP-induced effects. tifying hardening/

hardening/suppression
($3,000)

suppression options. options. ($1,000) ($2,042)

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-- New Materials

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Continued research on 0 Continue at a
dielectric and magnetic significantly slower
materials and initiated pace research on
research into develop dielectric materials
ing new high-power

focusing on semicon-
semiconductor and other ductor materials and
materials to enhance conducting polymers.
transient suppression. ($600)
($1,700)

Continue research focusing on interfacial phenomena in liquid dielectrics and semiconductors. ($800)

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-- Superconducting

Technology
(Advanced Cable
Research)

o Completed transient 0 Complete analysis and 0 Close out all research

impulse testing of the finalize documenting activities. ($600)
superconducting genera superconducting gen-
tor and initiated eval erator and cable re-
uation. Completed full search activities.
load and continued

Close out ambient
impulse testing/evalu cable (spin-off insu-
ation of superconduct lation) assessment.
ing cable. Initiated ($900)
spin-off technology
assessment. ($1,600)

0 No activity.

-- High-Voltage D.C.

Research

O Began investigating new o Close out research

protection and control assessing protection
concepts and assessed and control alterna-
future HVDC research to tives. ($75)
identify low-cost HVDC
component and system
development control
options. Continued
development of test
methodology for HVDC
compressed gas-
insulated cables.
($1,921)

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-- Hawaii Deep Water

Submarine Cable

0 Continued to fabricate 0 Reshape program. Pre- O No activity.

and design laboratory viously appropriated
cable. ($800)

funds will be used to
complete design and
laboratory testing.
($0)

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Continue at a reduced 0 Lowest level of support level activities required. Closing out required for change in project and transferring portfolio. Eliminate information to private support for HBCU's. sector. ($749) ($1,029)

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