Velinsky, S.A. and Lembeck, M.F. "Design of Wire Rope Based Mechanical Systems in an Expert System Environment." Engineering with Computers,
Butler, P.B., Lembeck, M.F., and Krier, H.K. "Modelling of Shock Development and Transition to Detonation Initiated by Burning in Porous Propellant
Beds." Combustion and Flame, Vol 46-1, April 1982.
Articles in Conference Proceedings
Reiley, K., Burghardt, M., Wood, M., Ingham, J., and Lembeck, M.F. Preliminary Design of the Boeing Commercial Crew Transportation System.
AIAA Space 2012, Pasadena, CA., Sept 11-Sep 13, 2012.
Reiley, K., Burghardt, M., Wood, M., Ingham, J., and Lembeck, M.F. Design Considerations for a Commercial Crew Transportation System. AIAA
Space 2011, Long Beach, CA., Sept 27-Sep 29, 2011.
Reiley, K., Burghardt, M., Ingham, J., and Lembeck, M.F. CST-100 Commercial Space Transportation System. AIAA Space 2010, Anaheim, CA.,
Aug 30-Sep 2, 2010.
Haughey, B. and Lembeck, M.F. Defining Affordable Remote Sensing Systems. IAF Specialists Symposium on Novel Concepts for Smaller, Faster, &
Better Space Missions, Redondo Beach, CA, April 19-21, 1999.
Lembeck, M.F. "Fuzzy Logic Control of the Commercial Refrigeration/Incubation Module (CRIM)." AIAA Computers in Aerospace IX, AIAA#93-4613,
San Diego, CA, October 19-21,1993.
Cesarone, J. and Lembeck, M.F. "ISTARS: Knowledge Driven Crop Growth Analysis and Management." Sixth IASTED International Conference on
Expert Systems Theory and Applications, Long Beach, CA, December 14-16, 1989.
Sivier, K.R. and Lembeck, M.F. "Marsplane Design Studies. National Space Society 8th Annual Space Development Conference, Chicago, IL, May
Groundwater, E.H., Lembeck, M.F., and Sarsfield, L. "Development of An Expert Planning System for the Office of Space Science and Applications."
4Th Annual Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Space Applications, Huntsville, AL, November 15, 1988.
Sivier, K.R. and Lembeck, M.F. "The Marsplane Revisited. AIAA/AHS/ASEE Aircraft Design Systems, and Operations Meeting, AIAA #88-4412,
Atlanta, GA., September 7-9, 1988.
Lembeck, M.F., Wellnitz, L.J., and Santos Jr., J.V. "Prototype Development of an Expert Spacecraft Design System." 1987 ASME Winter Annual
Meeting, Vehicle Design Symposium, ASME Special Pub. #DE-Vol 11, Boston, MA, December 1987.
Lembeck, M.F. and Velinsky, S.A. "A Prototype Expert System for Wire Rope Based Mechanical Systems." Proc. 7Th World Congress on the Theory
of Machines and Mechanisms, Madrid, Spain, September 1987.
Lembeck, M.F., Dwyer, T.A.W, and Velinsky, S.A. "A Prototype Expert System for Intelligent Pointing and Tracking Control." Proc. IEEE International
Symposium on Intelligent Control, Philadelphia, PA, January 18-20, 1987.
Lembeck, M.F. and Pignatano, N.D. "Galileo Attitude and Articulation Control Closed Loop Test System." AIAA Computers in Aerospace IV, AIAA#83-
2380, Hartford, CN, October 1983.
Krier, H., Butler, P.B., Lembeck, M.F. Fluid Dynamics of the Unsteady Two Phase Processes Leading to DDT in Granular Solid Propellants. The
1980 JANNAF Propulsion Systems Hazards Subcomm. Meeting, Vol 1, Washington, D.C., December 1, 1980.
Design Development of a Neural Network based Telemetry Monitor
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR TRANSMISSION OF TRANSIENT DATA VIA OPTICAL COMMUNICATION USING RETROREFLECTORS AND MICROELECTRICAL- MECHANICAL (MEM) DEFORMABLE MIRRORS FOR CARRIER SIGNAL MODULATION, patent pending.
Lembeck, M.F. Congress Paving Way For Houstons Demise as Space Center. Houston Chronicle, May 21, 2014.
Lembeck, M.F.. Confusing Times. Space News, May 14, 2012.
Lembeck, M.F. Human Spaceflight Myth-busting. Space News, September 7, 2009.
Lembeck, M.F. Why Space Exploration is Important to the United States. adAstra OnLine, The Magazine of the National Space Society, June 15,
Velinsky, S.A. and Lembeck, M.F. "Progress Towards an Expert System Environment for Design." Final Report for National Science Foundation Grant
#DMC-8504457, October 1986.
Lembeck, M.F. and Rasmussen, R.D. "Simulator Tests Controller Performance." NASA Tech Briefs, #NPO-15744, September/October 1986.
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