Fuel cell-powered aircraft have been of long-term interest to the aviation community because of their potential for improved performance and environmental compatibility. Only recently have improvements in the technological readiness of fuel cell power plants enabled the ﬁrst aviation applications. Based on the results of conceptual design studies and a few technology demonstration projects, a widespread understanding of the importance of fuel cell power plants for near-term and future aviation applications has emerged.
Documents will be filed and controlled in accordance with the project Document Control Plan
(Appendix D). All documents will be maintained for the duration of the contract and organized,
indexed, and delivered to WSDOT upon Final Owner Acceptance (FOA), as well as within five
business days of receipt of a request from WSDOT.
Files will be maintained in an organized and controlled manner at the Design-Builder’s project
office, and the QO field office.
Mining Members of the World Business Council on
Sustainable Development (WBCSD) established the
Global Mining Initiative (GMI) in 1998. The GMI,
representing some of the worlds leading mineral and
mining companies, was established to provide leader-
ship and direction for the future development of the
mining industry in a sustainable manner. To this end,
the GMI approached the International Institute of
Environment and Development to commission the
Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development
(MMSD) project, to determine how mining can most
effectively contribute to sustainable development.
are of high scientific and technical quality, ONR requires that each of its departments undergo an
annual review (with a detailed focus on about one-third of the reviewed department’s programs). The
Aircraft Technology Program reviewed in this report resides within the Strike Technology Division
(Code 351) of the Naval Expeditionary Warfare Science and Technology Department (Code 35) of
The mission of the Office of Naval Research (ONR) is to maintain a close relationship with the
research and development community to support long-range research, foster discovery, nurture future
generations of researchers, produce new technologies that meet known naval requirements, and provide
innovations in fields relevant to the future Navy and Marine Corps. Accordingly, ONR supports
research activities across a broad range of scientific and engineering disciplines.