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51st Annual Fuze Conference

"Changing Fuze Standards"

22 - 27 May 2007

Nashville, TN



TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2007 (Early R

Wednesday, 23 May 2007




         U.S. Army RDECOM ARDEC Perspective, Dr. Joseph Lannon, U.S. Army RDECOM ARDEC

         Navy Overview, Mr. Randall Cope, Associate Dept. Head, Energetics at Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division

         Air Force Fuze Technology, Mr. Timothy Tobik, Air Force Research Laboratory, Eglin

         USAF Fuze Acquisition Roadmap, Ms. Elizabeth Thom

         Precision Weapons for the Agile Warfighter, Mr. Jim Jordan, PEO MS Science & Technology Liaison



         Hard Target Void Sensing Fuze JCTD, Mr. Sonny Childress

         Novel Piezoelectric-Base Energy Harvesting Power Sources for Gun-Fired Munitions Fuzing, Dr. Jahangir S. Rastegar, Omnitek Partners, LLC

         Self-Destruct Fuze Design, Mr. John Yoo, L-3 BT Fuze Products

         MLRS Fuzing - Evolving to Meet End User Requirements, Mr. David M. Grilliot, L-3 Communications/KDI

         Low Cost –SDF for ICM Rounds, Mr. Paul Kreider, L-3 BT Fuze Products

         XM242 Pyrotechnic Self Destruct Fuze (p-SDF) For 155mm M864E2 Recap, Mr. Michael Hiebel, ATK

         SPACIDO 1D Course – Correction Fuze, Mr. Benjamin Campion, T2M

         Technology for a Changing World, Mr. Kenneth G. Sundvall, Saab Bofors Dynamics

         Universal Dual Safety Training Fuze for Motors, Mr. Michael De Gregorio, U.S. Army ARDEC

         Shock Desensitization Effect in the STANAG 4363 Confined Component Water Gap Test, A.S.Lefrancois, R.S.Lee and C.M.Tarver


Thursday, 24 May 2007



         Novel Family of Multi Operational Fuzes for Artillery Munitions, Mr. Karl B. Kautzsch, JUNGHANS Feinwerktechnik GmbH & Co. KG

         Dynamic Measurements of Multi-Layer Target Perforation at Enhanced Velocities, Mr. Ronald G. Lundgren, Applied Research Associates

         One and Two Dimensional Diagnostics for Detonators & Boosters, Mr. Keith A. Thomas, Los Alamos National Laboratory

         Multi-Option Fuze for Navy (Mk 437 MOFN), Mr. Brian Will, NSWC, Dahlgren

         Mid-Scale Testing and Simulation of Fuze Terminal Ballistics Environments, Mr. Craig M. Doolittle, Applied Research Associates, Inc.

         Gas and Moisture Transport Through Non-Hermetic Glass-to-Metal Bridge Wire Initiator Seals, Mr. Karl K. Rink, University of Idaho

         Fabry Perot/PDV Comparison, Mr. Ralph Hodgin, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

         Use of Composite Vibration Spectra in MIL-STD- 331 Fuze Qualification Programs, Ms. Julie S. Jennings, Lockheed Martin Missile and Fire Control

         Constant Current Testing of a SemiConducting Bridge Initiator, Mr. Wim C. Prinse, TNO Defense Security and Safety


         Fuze Safety Standards: Secrets for Success, Mr. Homesh Lalbahadur, Team Leader, U.S. Army ARDEC

         The DOD Fuze Engineering Standardization Working Group’s (FESWG) Technical Manual for the use of Logic Devices in the Implementation of Safety Features, Mr. John D. Hughes, NAWCWD

         FESWG Qualification Guidelines for Fuzes and Ignition Safety Devices, Mr. Milton E. Henderson, Jr., U.S. Army RDECOM, AMRDEC

         Changing Safety Requirements, Mr. Max Cone, L-3 Communications / KDI

         Fuze Interface Standardization, Mr. Eric E. Roach, Lockheed Martin

         Challenges of Evaluating the Compliance of NEW Technology to Fuze Standards, Mrs. Christina L. Adair, Raytheon

         Guidance Integrated Fuze, Mr. Luke Steelman, Naval Surface Warfare Center

         Data Recorders: JABS Bomb Drop, Mr. Casey Birmingham, NAWCWD

         Adaptation of Existing Fuze Technology to Increase the Capability of the Navy’s 2.75-inch Rocket System, Mr. Brian J. Goedert, NSWC Indian Head

         DSU-33 C/B Proximity Sensor Design to Production Transition, Mr. Jeff Capaul, Alliant Techsystems

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