Nicholas Tiliakos
Nicholas Tiliakos
Innoveering,LLC
Verified email at innoveering.net
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Thermal buckling of eccentric microfabricated nickel beams as temperature regulated nonlinear actuators for flow control
M McCarthy, N Tiliakos, V Modi, LG Fréchette
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 134 (1), 37-46, 2007
342007
Development and testing of a nitrous oxide/propane rocket engine
N Tiliakos, J Tyll, R Herdy, D Sharp, M Moser, N Smith
37th Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit, 3258, 2001
342001
Non-intrusive sensor for in-situ measurement of recession rate of ablative and eroding materials
G Papadopoulos, N Tiliakos, G Benel, C Thomson
US Patent 8,627,724, 2014
262014
Temperature-regulated nonlinear microvalves for self-adaptive MEMS cooling
M McCarthy, N Tiliakos, V Modi, LG Fréchette
Journal of microelectromechanical systems 17 (4), 998-1009, 2008
252008
Altitude testing of LOX-methane rocket engines at ATK GASL
R Stone, N Tiliakos, V Balepin, CY Tsai, R Engers
26th AIAA Aerodynamic Measurement Technology and Ground Testing Conference, 3701, 2008
122008
A MEMS-based shear stress sensor for high temperature applications
N Tiliakos, G Papadopoulos, AM O’Grady, V Modi, R Larger, ...
Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting 42894, 1477-1478, 2007
82007
Arcjet anode plasma measurements using electrostatic probes
NT Tiliakos, RL Burton, H Krier
Journal of propulsion and power 14 (4), 560-567, 1998
81998
A MEMS sensor for mean shear stress measurements in high-speed turbulent flows with backside interconnects
A O'grady, R Larger, N Tiliakos, G Papadopoulos, V Modi, LG Fréchette
TRANSDUCERS 2009-2009 International Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and …, 2009
72009
MEMS for harsh environment sensors in aerospace applications: selected case studies
N Tiliakos
MEMS for Automotive and Aerospace Applications, 245-282, 2013
62013
Preliminary testing of a MEMS-based shear stress sensor for high speed flow applications
N Tiliakos, G Papadopoulos, A O'Grady, V Modi, R Larger, L Frechette
26th AIAA Aerodynamic Measurement Technology and Ground Testing Conference, 3948, 2008
62008
MEMS shear stress sensor for hypersonic aeropropulsion test and evaluation
N Tiliakos, G Papadopoulos, V Modi, A O’Grady, M McCarthy, L Fréchette, ...
2006 Annual ITEA Technology Review, 2006
62006
High pressure combustor with hot surface ignition
D Tilmont, JA Alifano, AA Sklar, N Tiliakos, V Verrelli
US Patent 9,388,976, 2016
52016
Characterization and modeling of thermal buckling in eccentrically loaded microfabricated nickel beams for adaptive cooling
M McCarthy, N Tiliakos, V Modi, L Freche´ tte
ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition 4224, 689-698, 2005
52005
Initial development of a MEMS wall shear stress sensor for propulsion applications
M McCarthy, LG Fréchette, V Modi, N Tiliakos
Propulsion measurement sensor development workshop NASA marshall space …, 2003
52003
ARCJET plasma modeling with experimental validation
H Krier, RL Burton, TW Megli, SA Bufton, NT Tiliakos
ILLINOIS UNIV AT URBANA DEPT OF MECHANICAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING, 1994
51994
Application of multiple electrostatic probes to a low power arcjet
R Burton, S Bufton, N Tiliakos, H Krier
30th Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit, 3299, 1994
51994
Thermally actuated valves, photovoltaic cells and arrays comprising same, and methods for producing same
M McCarthy, V Modi, L Frechette, N Tiliakos
US Patent App. 12/092,501, 2009
42009
Development and Testing of a Nitrous Oxide/Propane Rocket Engine. AIAA2001-3834
N Tiliakos, JS Tyll, R Herdy, D Sharp, M Moser, N Smith
37th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference. Salt Lake City, Utah, 8 …, 2001
42001
Arcjet anode sheath voltage measurement by Langmuir probe
NT Tiliakos, RL Burton
Journal of propulsion and power 12 (6), 1174-1176, 1996
41996
Real-Time Ablation Recession Rate Sensor System for Advanced Reentry Vehicles
G Papadopoulos, N Tiliakos, C Thomson
50th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting including the New Horizons Forum and …, 2012
32012
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