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By Committee for Naval Hydromechanics Science and Technology, Naval Studies Board, National Research Council

ISBN-10: 0309069270

ISBN-13: 9780309069274

ISBN-10: 030951651X

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SCOPE, DEGREE, AND STABILITY OF NON-NAVY ACTIVITIES IN KEY TECHNOLOGIES Historically, fluid mechanics research at ONR has enjoyed a productive partnership with other agencies and military services. The principal members of this partnership with ONR were the NASA Aeronautics Program (and its predecessor, the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA)), the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the National Science Foundation, and, to a lesser degree, the Army Research Office and the Department of Energy research and technology programs.

In addition, NSWCCD, NUWC, and the Applied Research Laboratory at Pennsylvania State University (ARL/PSU) all noted that the current and projected levels of S&T funding are inadequate to maintain a core capability, to carry out the required fundamental research, and to provide incentives for bright, young graduates to enter the field. For the last two decades, this shortfall in S&T funding has been compensated for, at least in part, by the influx of funds from acquisition programs and, in the case of submarines, DARPA.

As a result, significant amounts of hydromechanics testing have gone overseas, particularly to European facilities, which are less expensive to the customer while providing quality data. S. S. facilities, which decreases their efficiency. S. facilities would increase. The Department of the Navy has a program called Major Range and Test Facility Base (MRTFB) that funds R&M for test facilities and test ranges. It currently funds mostly aircraft test ranges but is not limited to this use. 2) pass the MRTFB composite criteria, they should be funded by this budget item.

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