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Development team for the MilliWave Viscometer, which won a 2001 R&D 100 Award: from left, Gene Daniel (Savannah River Technology Center), Paul Thomas (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), SK Sundaram (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Paul Woskov and John Machuzak (MIT).

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Document Title: 2001 R&D 100 Awards
Category: People: Awards
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: August 6, 2001
Background: The MilliWave Viscometer is a high-temperature viscosity measurement technology for process monitoring of hot molten materials such as in glass manufacture and metals refining. It fills a need for a high-temperature on-line viscosity sensor that makes possible real-time process control in the manufacture of glass, metals, and other melter-produced materials. It is the only viscosity measurement technology that uses millimeter-wave electromagnetic radiation to probe the movement of liquids.
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