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Our scientific output includes report literature

Our scientific and technical publications are an important vehicle for the dissemination of our work. 

We have several goals for our publications:

  • To communicate the results of the research program to clients and fulfil our reporting responsibilities to the Department of Defence.
  • To record the results of our research program.
  • To communicate the results of scientific research and technical information to Australian industry and academia.
  • To increase awareness of and enhance the reputation of DST Group.

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Latest scientific publications

Technical note
Technical note
These Research Notes form part of a series of notes extracted from work undertaken by Innovation Science in the establishment of Openness and Evolvability assessment Methods and Processes. This set of Research Notes focusses on an introduction to the assessment of Openness. This work was undertaken from the late 1990s to 2007 and focussed on the application to Submarine Combat Systems.
Technical note
Technical note
These Research Notes form part of a series of notes extracted from work undertaken by Innovation Science in the establishment of Openness and Evolvability assessment Methods and Processes. This set of Research Notes focusses on Interface Assessment. This work was undertaken from the late 1990s to 2007 and focussed on the application to Submarine Combat Systems.
Technical note
Technical note
These Research Notes form part of a series of notes extracted from work undertaken by Innovation Science in the establishment of Openness and Evolvability assessment Methods and Processes. This set of Research Notes focusses on Legal Assessment. This work was undertaken from the late 1990s to 2007 and focussed on the application to Submarine Combat Systems.
Technical note
Technical note
These Research Notes form part of a series of notes extracted from work undertaken by Innovation Science in the establishment of Openness and Evolvability assessment Methods and Processes. This set of Research Notes focusses on Standards Assessment. This work was undertaken from the late 1990s to 2007 and focussed on the application to Submarine Combat Systems.
Technical note
Technical note
These Research Notes form part of a series of notes extracted from work undertaken by Innovation Science in the establishment of Openness and Evolvability assessment Methods and Processes. This set of Research Notes focusses on Documentation Quality Assessment. This work was undertaken from the late 1990s to 2007 and focussed on the application to Submarine Combat Systems.
Technical report
Technical report
A systematic BHEC and fractographic study has been conducted by inspecting several hundred fastener holes in ex-service F/A-18 aircraft bulkheads, following fatigue testing. The results demonstrate that measurement of the relative phase of the eddy-current response provides additional information which can assist in discrimination between genuine cracks and mechanical damage.
Technical note
Technical note
This report describes the design of the ORBAT Data Service and how it is used to manage and share ORBAT data between tools such as ViPA.
Technical report
Technical report
This report presents a new approach for biofouling prevention, in which a UV light emitting layer is applied on exposed underwater surfaces for the inhibition of settling organisms.
Technical report
Technical report
This report presents algorithms that can be utilized in a GPS receiver to convert satellite-to-receiver pseudo-ranges to receiver position estimates. The report discusses a method that is used to determine instantaneous estimates of receiver position and then goes on to develop three Kalman filter based estimators, which use stationary receiver, low dynamics, and high dynamics models for the receiver motion, respectively.
Research report
Research report
Using a custom-written FORTRAN computer program, interfaced with an existing two-dimensional boundary element fracture analysis code, the present report provides an extensive set of Beta factor solutions covering a wide range of hole offsets and crack lengths. This work has also led to the derivation of an improved closed-form analytical two-dimensional Beta factor solution for the related case of symmetrical cracks emanating from a central hole in a finite-width strip.

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