Texas A&M University
The project goal was to develop and define a cost effective manufacturing method for molding composite hydraulic pistons capable of meeting ASTM standards and those of the hydraulics industry.
University of Pennsylvania
The project team will build a collector, with the main goal being to use a phase change material to accomplish thermal energy storage overnight.
Cleveland State University
The project goal was to develop a test procedure based on multiple thermal analytical methods and extend the selection of calibrants to active pharmacy ingredients. The work incorporated ASTM International standards from Committees E37 on Thermal Measurements and E11 on Quality and Statistics.
Saint Louis University
The project team used the funds to conduct a user survey, conduct a statistical analysis, and implement proposed ergonomic solutions. ASTM International standards Committees E34 on Occupational Health and Safety and E11 on Quality and Statistics were referenced.
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
The goal of the project was to advance the knowledge of failure processes in carbon fiber bicycle parts and to advance the state of ASTM test standards currently under development. The study incorporated several ASTM International standards within Committee F08’s Bicycle Subcommittee F08.10.