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goals. Five plans are described showing increased participation by ESRO WITH ascending plan number. Each of these has sharing properties fulfilling particular requirements such as available ESRO budget level, extent of ESRO program responsobility. matching particular ESRO capability, and cost saving to ARC through sharing All plans apply to orbiter sharing only. A sharing plan based on the model Plan 4 may offer the most attractive division of Pioneer Venus between ARC and ESRO. This plan allows ESRO to bear primary responsibility for the orbiter and to avoid an extensive financial burden Savings to ARC are commensurate with ARC loss of program control. Duplication of effort is avoided by using orbiter subsystems that are common to the probe bus and orbiter,
presented: (1) activity indicators; (2) financial obligations and outlays; (3) civilian personnel: (4) travel expenses: (5) Headquarters operation and administration: (6) aircraft inventories and utilization; (7) aircraft overhaul; (8) real property management: (9) telecommunication; and (10) dependents overseas education. Additional specific programs and requirements are presented for the Air Force, Army. Marine Corps, and Navy concerning such operations as logistic support, automatic data processing, medical programs, all-volunteer considerations, base operations, etc. Revolving and management funds are also discussed. AAD
N74-27384*# Hughes Aircraft Co., El Segundo, Calif. SYSTEM DESIGN OF THE PIONEER VENUS SPACECRAFT. VOLUME 14: TEST PLANNING TRADES Final Report C. D Pedretti et al Jul, 1973 40 p refs 15 Vol. (Contract NAS2-7250) (NASA-CR-137501) Avail; NTIS HC $5.00 CSCL 228
Pioneer Venus system test plans and trade studies which were first published as Study Tasks (References 1 through 5) are reviewed. The plan and trade studies are presented in a condensed form. Greater detail may be found in the referenced study tasks if desired. All significant conclusions and plan outlines of the original studies are, presented.
N74-27442# Committee on Government Operations (U S. House) ENERGY REORGANIZATION ACT OF 1973 Washington GPO 1973 427 p Hearings on H.R. 11510 before Comm. on Govt. Operations. 93d Congr., 1st Sess.. 27-29 Nov. 1973 (GPO-25-108) Avail: Subcomm. on Legislation and Military Operations
Congressional hearings were conducted to reorganize and consolidate certain functions of the Federal Government in a new energy research and development administration and in a nuclear energy commission order to promote more efficient management of such functions. The organization and functions of the organization are explained. Testimony is provided by selected witnesses to show the current level of effort in energy management and the expected benefits to be derived from the new organization.
N74-27439# Joint Committee on Defense Production (U. S.
The progress achieved in the execution and administration of the programs authorized under the Defense Production Act are reviewed. The joint Committee report includes information on energy contained in stockpile of materials, energy resources, U.S. dependence on foreign sources for metals and materials, reduction of stockpile objectives and proposed sale of materials, total Government inventories, future cash requirements, and upgrading of strategic and critical materials. Mobilization activities reports by the Office of Emergency Preparedness and 35 Federal departments and agencies are also presented.
N74-27443# Committee on Government Operations (U. S. House) FEDERAL ENERGY ADMINISTRATION Washington GPO 1973 307 D Hearings on H.R. 11793 before Comm. on Govt. Operations, 93d Congr., 1st Sess.. 10-11 Dec. 1973 (GPO-26-725) Avail: Subcomm. on Legislation and Military Operations
Congressional legislation to reorganize and consolidate certain functions of the Federal Government in a new Federal Energy Administration is proposed. The organization and functions of the various offices are explained. Testimony from recognized experts in the energy field is reported to show the extent of the problem and their reactions to the government proposal.
N74-27440# Joint Committee on Defense Production (U. S.
N74-27444# Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce (U. S. House) ENERGY EMERGENCY ACT Washington GPO 1973 541 p Hearings on H.R. 11031. H.R. 11450, H.R. 11202, H.R. 11505, and H.R. 11509 before Comm. on Interstate and Foreign Com., 93d Congr., 1st Sess.. 14, 15, 27, and 28 Nov. 1973 (GPO-26-038) Avail: Comm. on Interstate and Foreign Com.
Congressional hearings on an emergency energy act to give the President extraordinary powers to cope with the energy crisis are presented. The bill provides the President and State and local governments the power to develop contingency plans for reducing petroleum consumption, and assuring the continuation of vital public services in the event of emergency fuel shortages or severe dislocations in the nation's fuel distribution system. and for other purposes. Mandatory Federal actions to be taken to alleviate fuel shortages are described. Testimony of selected witnesses is reported to show the expected advantages of such action.
N74-27441# Committee on Appropriations (U. S. House). DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1974. PART 5: OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (EXCEPT RESERVE FORCES AND DEFENSE AGENCIES) Washington GPO 1973 1825 p refs Hearings before Comm. on Appropriations, 93d Congr., 1st Sess., Jul. - Aug. 1973 (GPO-22-550) Avail: Subcomm. on Dept. of Defense
A Congressional hearing was held to present testimony on an increased FY 1974 budget request for DOD operations and maintenance activities. Major overall program increases are reported and key statistics for the following general areas are
N74-27445# Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences (U. S Senate). NASA AUTHORIZATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 1975 An Act to Authorize Appropriations to NASA for Research and Development, Construction of Facilities, and Research and Program Management, and for other Purposes Frank E. Moss Washington NASA 1974 137 p refs Rept. to accompany H. R. 13998 presented by the Comm, on Aeron. and Space Sci., 93d Congr., 20 Sess., 6 May 1974 (S-Rept-93-818. GPO-29-156) Avail: US Capitol, Senate Document Room
Congressional action on the fiscal year 1975 budget request for NASA is presented. The major portions of the request are for research and development, construction of facilities, and research and program management. The specific projects are identified and the funding for each project is established. Space and aeronautics programs of various departments and agencies of the government which coordinate with NASA are examined. The hearings consisted of testimony from witnesses within and without the government.
estimates? Other government agencies and private companies with cost-plus contracts may be interested in this analysis as potential methods of contract management for their organizations. It provides them with the different methods one organization is beginning to use to control costs.
N74-27447# RAND Corp., Santa Monica. Calif.
A study on energy alternatives for the State of California was conducted. The study contains the following considerations: (1) sources and uses of energy for California, (2) conservation of energy. (3) planning for fuel shortages and other energy emergencies, and (4) Federal-State interactions on energy policy Emphasis is placed on short range solutions to immediate problems resulting from Arab oil export policies and the resultant impact on the availability of required sources of power in California.
N74-27454# Committee on Government Operations (U. S.
Congressional action to draft a proposed legislation to promote more effective management of certain related functions of the Executive Branch was conducted. The proposal involves reorganizing and consolidating those functions in a new department of energy and natural resources. Also considered in a new energy research and development administration. The interrelated operations of the energy administration with other governmental functions are examined.
N74-27451# Joint Publications Research Service. Arlington, Va. GENERAL MEETING OF USSR ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 5 Jun. 1974 12 p Transl. into ENGLISH from Sots. Industriya (Moscow), 6 Mar. 1974 (JPRS-62172) Avail: NTIS HC $4.00
The report contains speeches by the President of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, M. V. Keldysh and the Acting Scientific Secretary of the Presidium of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences G. K. Skryabin to the annual meeting of the academy. Past accomplishments of the organization are discussed and future plans for scientific research are examined.
N74-27456*# Stanford Research Inst., Huntsville, Ala. DEVELOPMENT OF METHODOLOGIES AND PROCEDURES FOR IDENTIFYING STS USERS AND USES Final Report J. L. Archer, N. A. Beauchamp, and D. C. MacMichael 20 Jun. 1974 178 p refs (Contract NAS8-30533) (NASA-CR-120258; SRI-H-4-165) Avail: NTIS HC $12.00 CSCL 05B
A study was conducted to identify new uses and users of the new Space Transporation System (STS) within the domestic government sector. The study develops a series of analytical techniques and well-defined functions structured as an integrated planning process to assure efficient and meaningful use of the STS. The purpose of the study is to provide NASA with the following functions: (1) to realize efficient and economic use of the STS and other NASA capabilities. (2) to identify new users and uses of the STS, (3) to contribute to organized planning activities for both current and future programs, and (4) to air in analyzing uses of NASA's overall capabilities.
N74-27452# Joint Publications Research Service. Arlington,
The report contains an examination of the rational distribution of the country's scientific potential according to economic regions. The charateristics of the regions of the U.S.S. R. which determine the type of scientific activity to be conducted are analyzed. It is concluded that proper distribution of the country's scientific potential according to economic regions will make it possible to solve the most important scientific problems connected with natural wealth and for raising the standard of living in the U.S.S.R.
N 74-27457# Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and
The principles of information systems are outlined that provide storage, retrieval, and dissemination of technical information to
N74-27460 Farbwerke Hoechst A.G., Frankfurt (West Germany). INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS Georg E. Unger In AGARD How to Obtain Inform. in Different Fields of Sci, and Technol. May 1974 7p
N74-27453*# National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
GSFC contractors with cost-plus contracts provide cost estimates for each of the next four quarters on a quarterly basis. Actual expenditures over a two-year period were compared to the estimates, and the data were sorted in different ways to answer several questions and give quantification to observations, such as how much does the accuracy of estimates degrade as they are made further into the future? Are estimates made for small dollar amounts more accurate than for large dollar
The flood of information especially in medical sciences can with no means, and especially not with the well known conventional means, be accomplished today. Even the creation of localized medical information systems can not cover the demands the medical profession is bringing forward. With the use of computers new ways are opened. Various methods have been developed in order to analyze, organize and evaluate the present voluminous flood of information. Communication between existing printed information and the medical profession in all fields of this science is considered. A new automated on-line terminal oriented storage and information retrieval system is discussed on a worldwide international basis.
N74-27461 Rome Air Development Center, Griffiss AFB, N.Y.
The Federal Technical Information System is the Federal coordinator and distributor of U.S. Government sponsored research and analytical reports to the general public. Inputting or participating with this repository are a number of other Government repositories that are responsible for performing functions parallel to NTIS for the communities they serve and in some cases they also manage the classified/limited portions of their respective collections.
N74-27523*# National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Tex. GENERAL SURVEY OF SOLID-WASTE MANAGEMENT Terrence G. Reese and Richard C. Wadle May 1974 36 p rets (NASA-TM-X-58133; JSC-08696) Avail: NTIS HC $3.25 CSCL 061
Potential ways of providing solid-waste management for a building complex serviced by a modular integrated utility system (MIUS) were explored. Literature surveys were conducted to investigate both conventional and unusual systems to serve this purpose. The advantages and disadvantages of the systems most compatible with MIUS are discussed.
N74-27462 Pittsburgh Univ., Pa. Knowledge Availability
An overview is presented of the Knowledge Availability Systems Center and its role as a National Aeronautics and Space Administration Regional Dissemination Center. Particular emphasis is placed on the marketing, technical analysis, technical operations and engineering consultation functions of the center as they relate to user exploitation of its mechanized information
N74-27526# Committee on Government Operations (U. S. House). CONSERVATION AND EFFICIENT USE OF ENERGY, PART 3 Washington GPO 1973 698 p rets Hearings before Comm. on Govt. Operations and Comm. on Sci. and Astronaut., 93d Congr., 1st Sess.. 11 Jul. 1973 Prepared in cooperation with Comm. on Sci. and Astronaut. 4 Vol. (GPO-24-682) Avail: Subcomm. on Conservation and Natural Resources
The overall aspects of the energy production-transmissionconsumption system are considered and related environmental issues are stressed. An energy conservation policy is advocated that combines the efforts of government, industry, and private citizens.
N74-27464 Syracuse Univ., N.Y.
Research, academic and popular trends in the environmental fields and characteristics of information users, resources and systems, are explored. The multidisciplinary nature of environmental information is analyzed. The following operational definition is used: Ecology provides an inclusive and consistent structure for perceiving the world and accounts for the behavior of man within the world structure. Systems yielding environmental information are categorized as problem centered or discipline oriented.
N74-27532# Commission of the European Communities, Brussels (Belgium). PROBLEMS, RESOURCES AND NECESSARY PROGRESS IN COMMUNITY ENERGY POLICY 1975 - 1985 (1974) 54 p refs Avail: NTIS HC $5.75
Demand prospects and future supply situations for principle sources of primary energy are considered in this descriptive synthesis of the essential problems of energy policy which will be encountered between now and 1985. Available policy options are identified and their individual consequences are evaluated.
N74-27465# Select Committee on Small Business (U. S. House).
A Congressional hearing was conducted to examine the petroleum products marketing problems of small businesses. The government regulations and procedures for controlling petroleum supplies are examined. The cost control actions are analyzed to determine their impact on the petroleum distributors. Statistical analyses of the petroleum industry are included in the form of tables and graphs to show the supply and demand aspects of the problem.
N74-27533# Commission of the European Communities, Brussels (Belgium). PROSPECTS OF PRIMARY ENERGY DEMAND IN THE COMMUNITY (1975 - 1980 - 1986) (1974) 121 p refs Avail: NTIS HC $9.25
Trends in the energy demand during the years 1960 to 1970 are analyzed and used to project future energy requirements up to 1985. The effects of various economic parameters on this trend analysis are considered in deriving long term consumption aspects.
N74-27712 Joint Publications Research Service. Arlington, Va. READING LIST ON QUALITY CONTROL PROBLEMS N. P. Stepanov In its Microcircuits and Field Transistors (JPRS-62192) 7 Jun 1974 p 27-31 refs Transl into ENGLISH from Elektron. Tekhn. (Moscow), no. 5. 1972 p 109-111
The practical and economic aspects of quality control in the development of industrial products are considered.
N74-27466# Air Force Systems Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. Foreign Technology Div. REPORT ON THE PRODUCTION PROGRAM OF THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY IN 1972-1976 20 Feb. 1974 60 p Transl. into ENGLISH from Japan Aviation Ind. Assoc. Rept. (Japan). 31 Mar. 1973 p 1-51 (AD-776112; FTD-HC-23-810-74) Avail: NTIS CSCL 05/3
The aviation industry of Japan was re-established in 1952. and the industry is being developed slowly but steadily in both qualitative and quantitative aspects. The object of this study is to estimate and analyze the production scale and items required to deal with in the next five years, as references for industrial management and national policy implementation.
N74-27806*# Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. CORNELL UNIVERSITY REMOTE SENSING PROGRAM Semiannual Status Report, 1 Dec. 1973 - 31 May 1974 Ta Liang. Donald J. Belcher, and Arthur J. McNair Jun. 1974 115 p refs (Contract NGL-33-010-171) (NASA-CR-138749) Avail: NTIS HC $8.75 CSCL 05B
The major activities of the program staff from December 1. 1973 to May 31, 1974 are reported and include: (1) communication and instruction: (2) data and facilities: (3) research completed: (4) research in progress; (5) selected correspondence: (6) grant sponsored travel; and (7) seminars and newsletters. Detailed information and maps are given for the following selected projects: (1) ERTS mapping of waterways in the Tug Hill region of New York State. (2) photo-archeological investigation of Great Gully, New York; and (3) evaluation of selected highway impacts using aerial photography.
N74-28171*# National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
A number of general studies that were proposed for the PPEPL-shuttle program are considered in qualitative detail from both the theoretical and practical points of view. The selection of experimental programs was restricted to those which may be considered active as opposed to refinements of the passive observational programs done previously. It is concluded that, while these new studies were scientifically worthwhile and could be performed in principle, in most cases insufficient attention was paid to the practical details of the experiments. Several specific areas of study. Stressing in particular the practical feasibility of the proposed experiments, are recommended. In addition, recommendations are made for further theoretical study. where appropriate.
N74-28030 American Petroleum Inst., New York.
Domestic gas and oil deliverability should reach a peak about 1974. Use of coal will be severely restricted by air quality standards. At present the only method to fill the energy gap is by increased imports of foreign oil. If no action is taken, the nation will be dependent for a major share of its energy supply upon sources over which there can be little control. If such dependence is the result of a conscious, studied policy decision with full understanding of the consequences, the situation may be acceptable. A national energy policy should be formulated with a clear understanding of all facets including environmental considerations. An organization for formulating and articulating the policy is necessary. A strong team effort of government and industry is important to integrate and activate a national energy policy.
N74-28316*# National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
An analysis of the history and background of the Mars Project Viking is presented. The organization and functions of the engineering group responsible for the project are defined. The design and configuration of the proposed space vehicle are examined Illustrations and tables of data are provided to complete the coverage of the project.
N74-28169*# National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
It is shown in this report that a comprehensive in-situ study of All aspects of the entire zone of disturbance caused by a body in a flowing plasma are studied resulting in a large number of requirements on the shuttle-PPEPL facility. A large amount of necessary in-situ observation can be obtained by adopting appropriate modes of performing the experiments Requirements are indicated for worthwhile studies, of some aspects of the problems, which can be carried out effectively while imposing relatively few constraints on the early missions. Considerations for the desired growth and improvement of the PPEPL to facilitate more complete studies in later missions are also discussed,
N74-28324*# TRW Systems, Cape Canaveral, Fla. OPERATIONAL CONCEPTS FOR SELECTED SORTIE MISSIONS: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Technical Report, Aug. 1973 - Jun. 1974 V. A. Dulock, Jr. Jun. 1974 36 p refs (Contract NAS10-8395) (NASA-CR-138753. TRW-24981-F006-R1-00) Avail NTIS HC $5.00 CSCL 22B
An executive summary is presented of a Spacelab concept study conducted from August 1973 to June 1974. Background information and a summary of study conclusions are given Specific data are reported for the quick-reaction carrier concept, software and mission integration, configuration management, documentation, equipment pool, and integration alternatives. A forecast of the impact of a second launch site, mission feasibility, and space availability for the Spacelab are also discussed.
N74-28170*# National Aeronautics and Space Administration,
The area of wave experiments for the PPEPL is considered in broad terms. It was found that most experiments in this area can be classified typically by a few generalized experiments, These experiment possibilities are discussed in terms of advantages, disadvantages, and probable areas for future investigation. It was concluded that the areas where wave experiments have the most promise are wave sources. wave propagation, and nonlinear interactions and should be implemented in that order. It was recommended that the PPEPL facility remain sufficiently flexible to handle new ideas as they appear, and a continuing effort should be made to solicit new ideas and approaches. It was also felt that detailed investigations should begin as soon as possible in the areas of antennas, both conventional and particle types, and wave-particle interaction experiments.
N74-28327*# Battelle Columbus Labs., Ohio. SPACE SHUTTLE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM TECHNIQUES FOR USER/USE DEVELOPMENT Final Report Paul J. Gripshover 30 Jun 1974 103 p (Contract NAS8-30529) (NASA-CR-120259) Avail: NTIS HC $8.25 CSCL 228
The problem of obtaining new uses for the Shuttle Transportation System (STS) was treated in the same way marketing problems are handled by industrial organizations. Techniques used by industry to obtain new ideas and customers were evaluated and analyzed for their relevance to the STS. Marketing barrier-data were used to develop strategy which called for a middleman organization to assist NASA in achieving its objectives The importance of prompt initiation of the recommended strategy was established.
Author N74-28332*# National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala. MSFC SKYLAB ORBITAL WORKSHOP. VOLUME 5 May 1974 450 p refs 5 Vol. (NASA-TM-X-64813-Vol-5) Avail: NTIS HC $9.00 CSCL 22B
The various programs involved in the development of the Skylab Orbital Workshop are discussed. The subjects considered include the following: (1) reliability program, (2) system safety program, (3) testing program. (4) engineering program management. (5) mission operations support, and (6) aerospace applications.
N74-28446* # General Electric Co, Philadelphia, Pa. Space Div. STUDY FOR IDENTIFICATION OF BENEFICIAL USES OF SPACE (BUS) (PHASE 2). VOLUME 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Final Report 1 Nov. 1973 19 pref (Contract NAS8-28179) (NASA-CR-120285. DOC-73SD 4281-Vol1) Avail NTIS HC $4 00 CSCL 05A
A study was conducted to analyze the benefits to the world which can be realized from space manufacturing processes The study envisaged the use of the space shuttle and manned space stations for the purpose For each proposed operation a data base and rationale were established for those processes or portions of processes which would be improved by performance in the orbital environment. The four experiments which commended for the initial investigation are identified The procedures for conducting the weightless manufacturing processes are outline
N74-28344*# National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala. SYSTEM SAFETY CHECKLIST SKYLAB PROGRAM REPORT Earl M. McNail 30 May 1974 75 p Prepared in cooperation with Martin Marietta Aerospace, Denver (Contract NAS8-24000) (NASA-TM-X-64850) Avail: NTIS HC $3.75 CSCL 13L
Design criteria statement applicable to a wide variety of flight systems, experiments and other payloads, associated ground support equipment and facility support systems are presented. The document reflects a composite of experience gained throughout the aerospace industry prior to Skylab and additional experience gained during the Skylab Program. It has been prepared to provide current and future program organizations with a broad source of safety-related design criteria and to suggest methods for systematic and progressive application of the criteria beginning with preliminary development of design requirements and specifications. Recognizing the users obligation to shape the checklist to his particular needs. a summary of the historical background, rationale, objectives, development and implementa tion approach. and benefits based on Skylab experience has been included
N74-28447*# General Electric Co. Philadelphia, Pa. Missile and Space Div STUDY FOR IDENTIFICATION OF BENEFICIAL USES OF SPACE (BUS). VOLUME 2: TECHNICAL REPORT. BOOK 1: SECTIONS 1 THROUGH 4 Final Report on Phase 2, Dec. 1972 - Dec. 1973 1 Nov. 1973 256 p refs 2 Vol (Contract NAS8-28179) (NASA-CR-120286, DOC-73504281-Vol-2-BK-1) Avait: NTIS HC $16 00 CSCL 05A
Consolidated information is presented for the study whose purpose was to identify products, processes, and services to be produced in future spacecraft environments for direct utilization on earth. Discussion of methodology for selecting from among potential space processing approaches, definition of requirements for experiments and tests needed to acquire sufficient knowledge for proof testing of selected processes, formulation of research and development schedules to achieve proof testing. and documentation of the decision processes involved in the programs are presented Technology and programmatics are reported for the following select studies (1) surface acoustic wave components. (2) transparent oxides, (3) high purity tungsten X-ray targets, and (4) high specificity isoenzymes AAD
N74-28442* National Aeronautics and Space Administration Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala. THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT ROLE IN SAFETY RC Callaway Jun 1974 31 p refs Revised Previously announced as N73-28937 (NASA-TM-X-64764) Avail. NTIS HC $3.25 CSCL 13L
Techniques to be utilized by project management in planning, implementation, and administration of a project safety program are presented. Safety functional responsibilities are classified into the categories of safety management and safety engineering. The emphasis is on the safety management role, and how safety activities are to be integrated throughout the project and made visible in the work breakdown structure and cost accounting and reporting. Visibility into systematic identification and control of hazards are discussed,
N74-28449# Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs
Hearings on S. 2415, S. 2400, and S. 2453 before Comm. on Banking. Housing and Urban Affairs, 93d Congr., 1st Sess . 9 Oct. 1973 (GPO-23-614) Avail Comm. on Banking. Housing and Urban Affairs
A Congressional hearing was conducted to consider the retail pricing of petroleum products. The specific purposes of the the hearing were. (1) to amend the Economic Stabilization Act of 1970 to permit the passthrough of certain cost increases, (2) to amend the Economic Stabilization Act of 1970 to adjust ceiling prices applicable to certain petroleum products and to permit retailers to pass through the increased costs, and (3) to amend the Economic Stabilization Act with regard to the authority conferred by Section 203 with respect to petroleum products. The findings of the committee are based on the testimony of selected witnesses with experience in the petroleum market
N74-28443*# Jet Propulsion Lab., Calif. Inst. of Tech., Pasadena CALIFORNIA FOUR CITIES PROGRAM, 1971 - 1973 HL. Macomber and James H. Wilson 15 May 1974 44 p refs (Contract NAS7-100) (NASA-CR-138768; JPL-SP-43-4) Avail: NTIS HC $5.25 CSCL 05K
A pilot project in aerospace-to-urban technology application is reported. Companies assigned senior engineering professionals to serve as Science and Technology Advisors to participating city governments. Technical support was provided by the companies and JPL The cities, Anaheim, Fresno, Pasadena, and San Hose, California. provided the working environment and general service support Each city/company team developed and carried out one or more technical or management pilot projects together with a number of less formalized technology efforts and studies. An account and evaluation is provided of the initial two-year phase of the program.
N74-28450# Committee on Armed Services (U. S. Senate). NAVAL PETROLEUM RESERVE NUMBERED 1, ELK HILLS, CALIFORNIA Washington GPO 1973 114 prefs Hearing on S.J. Res. 176 before Comm. on Armed Services, 93d Congr.. Ist Sess., 10-11 Dec. 1973 (GPO-25-650) Avail: Subcomm on Natl. Stockpile and Naval Petrol Reserve