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Company Information:

Company Name: Marko Materials Inc
City: North Billerica
State: MA
Zip+4: 01862
Woman-Owned: No
Minority-Owned: Yes
HUBZone-Owned: No
Website URL: N/A
Phone: N/A

Award Totals:

Program/Phase Award Amount ($) Number of Awards
SBIR Phase I $961,743.00 19
SBIR Phase II $538,213.00 2

Award List:

STRE MADE VIA A RAPID SOLIDIFICATION POWER PROCESS

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1983 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / USAF
Principal Investigator:
Award Amount: $64,906.00
Abstract:
Titanium alloys with improved high temperature capabilities are of strong interest to the u.s. air force for potential military applications. rapid solidification technology (rst) offers excellent prospects for creation of new structural alloys with superior properties not achievable by conventional… More

ADVANCED POWDER METALLURGY ALUMINUM ALLOYS VIA RAPID SOLIDIFICATION TECHNOLOGY

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1983 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: NASA
Principal Investigator: Ranjan Ray
Award Amount: $50,000.00

ADVANCED POWDER METALLURGY ALUMINUM ALLOYS VIA RAPID SOLIDIFICATION TECHNOLOGY

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1984 / SBIR / Phase II
Agency: NASA
Principal Investigator: Ranjan Ray
Award Amount: $234,213.00
Abstract:
Aluminum alloys with improved high temperature capabilities are of strong interest to nasa for potential spacecraft applications. rapid solidification technology technology (rst) offers execellent prospects fro creation of new structural alloys with superior properties not achievable by conventional… More

POWER APPLICATIONS.

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1984 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: Ranjan ray , PRESIDENT
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
Metallic glasses fill a materials gap between nickel-iron soft magnetic alloys (the permalloys) and soft ferrites. they show high resistivity and comparable or greater magnetization relative to the former and lower resistivity but at least twice the saturation induction of the latter. in particular,… More

FIBER-REINFORCED SUPERALLOY MATRIX COMPOSITE MATERIALS ARE EMERGING AS HIGH PERFORMANCE STRUCTURAL MATERIALS FOR APPLICATIONS IN ADVANCED GAS TURBINE ENGINES AND OTHER ADVANCED ENGINEERING SYSTEMS.

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1985 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: NASA
Principal Investigator: Ranjan ray president , PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
Fiber-reinforced superalloy matrix composite materials are emerging as high performance structural materials for applications in advanced gas turbine engines and other advanced engineering systems. one of the most promising materials being considered for operation at high temperatures is a composite… More

TEMPERATURE STRENGTH VIA RAPID SOLIDIFICATION TECHNOLOGY

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1986 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / USAF
Principal Investigator: Peter j clemm
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
A screening program will be conducted to identify new titanium alloys having improved mechanical properties from room temperature to 1400 deg f. these alloys will be produced using marko's proprietary rapid solidification technique, followed by pulverization, consolidation by hot isosatic pressing… More

ALLOYS

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1986 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / USAF
Principal Investigator: Ranjan ray
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
Advanced columbium alloys having improved high temperature mechnical properties and oxidation resistance are of long-term interest to the u.s. air force for potential applications as turbine vanes in aircraft propulsion systems. there is an opportunity to develop improved columbium alloys using the… More

FINE GRAINED NICKEL-ALUMINIDE ALLOY WITH IMPROVED TOUGHNESS MADE VIA RAPID SOLIDIFICATION TECHNOLOGY

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1987 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: NASA
Principal Investigator:
Award Amount: $50,000.00

FINE GRAINED NICKEL-ALUMINIDE ALLOY WITH IMPROVED TOUGHNESS MADE VIA RAPID SOLIDIFICATION TECHNOLOGY

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1988 / SBIR / Phase II
Agency: NASA
Principal Investigator:
Award Amount: $304,000.00
Abstract:
Intermetallics represent a large class of materials whose potential for use in high temperature environments has basically been ignored in favor of ceramics. while many candidate intermetallics are brittle, directionally bonded compounds; a few, such as the equiatomic aluminides of iron,nickel, and… More

THIN FILM PERMANENT MAGNETS

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1988 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / USAF
Principal Investigator: Dr c j yang
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
Thin film type permanent magnet may offer an attractive alternative to bulk magnets for biasing various microwave devices in radar and communication devices. sputtering has been used to fabricate thin films (1-3 microns) of permanent magnets based on sm-co and fe-nd-b alloys having high energy… More

TITANIUM ALUMINIDE ALLOYS PREPARED VIA RAPID SOLIDIFICATION TECHNOLOGY

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1988 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / NAVY
Principal Investigator: Dr sunil c jha
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
Alloys based on intermetallic ti(3)al have been recognized as potential materials to be developed for high temperature applications in advanced weapon systems and aerospace vehicles. titanium aluminides posses low density, high strength and good oxidation resistance, but suffer from poor room… More

A NOVEL TECHNIQUE TO FABRICATE TIB(2) FIBERS DIRECTLY FROM MELT

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1989 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / DARPA
Principal Investigator: Dr Ranjan Ray
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
Development of suitable reinforcement fibers for high temperature composite materials is the major technical barrier limiting the introduction of these new materials for advanced aircraft engines. we propose to fabricate monofilament tib(2) fibers using a novel concept. the choice of tib(2) fibers… More

AUTOMATED HULL POTENTIAL MEASUREMENT SYSTEM USING A AG/AGCL REFERENCE ELECTRODE AND A MICROCOMPUTER

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1989 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / NAVY
Principal Investigator: Dr T Arul Mozhi
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
Navy is seeking development of a portable, self-contained hull potential measurement system that can be mounted by a diver while the ship is in port and that measures electrolysis activity while the ship is underway. monitoring the corrosion potential of a corroding metal/solution interface can give… More

NIOBIUM ALUMINIDE (NBAL[3]) BASED HIGH TEMPERATURE MATERIALS FOR ADVANCED SYSTEMS

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1989 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / USAF
Principal Investigator: Dr Ranjan Ray
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
Niobium aluminide (nbal[3]) based monolithic and composite materials have potential air force applications in the temperature range 2000-3000 deg f in advanced gas turbine engines and advanced transatmospheric flight vehicles. nbal(3) based materials have proved to be rather formidable materials to… More

INNOVATIVE MULTILAYER METALLIC COATINGS ON SIC FIBERS VIA NOVEL CHEMICAL VAPOR DEPOSITION TECHNIQUES FOR TIAL MATRIX COMPOSITES

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1989 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / DARPA
Principal Investigator: Dr Ranjan Ray
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
Darpa is seeking research aimed at addressing thin uniform coating of multifilament tows of ceramic and/or graphite fibers at economically attractive rates. these fibers will be used for composites based on ceramics, titanium alloys and titanium aluminide matrices. we propose to develop… More

ADVANCED ALLOY SUPERCONDUCTOR WIRE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1989 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: NSF
Principal Investigator: Ranjan Ray , Principal Investigator
Award Amount: $46,950.00
Abstract:
To support large currents in multifilamentary superconductors based on nb-ti alloys, a fine scale substructure is required within the superconductor wire. toproduce substructure of the order of 100 , the conventional multifilamentary superconductor fabrication technology requires a rather large… More

ULTRAFINE GRAINED MOSI2 WITH ULTRAFINE HFC DISPERSOIDS FOR IMPROVED SUPERPLASTIC FORMABILITY

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1990 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator:
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
The doe is seeking research directed toward significant materials advances in areas such as processing or forming of ceramics in the superplastic state, plastic behavior and properties of monolithic and composite systems based on high melting carbides, nitrides, borides, etc. we propose to process… More

MOLECULAR RECOGNITION IN METAL ION SENSORS

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1990 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator:
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
Doe is seeking advanced sensors that will provide highly localized sensing of chemical species of materials on line and in real time. we propose to demonstrate the feasibility of fabrication and characterization of novel metal ion sensors, for the real time detection and "in situ" quantification of… More

IN-SITU DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH ASPECT RATIO BORIDE REINFORCEMENTS IN FINE GRAINED TIAL ALLOYS TO ENHANCE ELEVATED AND ROOM TEMPERATURE...

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1990 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / USAF
Principal Investigator: Ranjan Ray
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
Gamma-tial based intermetallic alloys have potential air force applications for temperatures up to 1800 deg f. alloy development research has show that compositions (in atom %) such as ti-48al-2mn-2nb exhibit some room temperature ductility and good high temperature oxidation resistance. however,… More

MOLYBDENUM SILICIDE BASED HIGH TEMPERATURE MATERIALS WITH ENHANCED DUCTILITY AND TOUGHNESS

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1991 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: NSF
Principal Investigator: Dr. Ranjan Ray , President
Award Amount: $49,887.00
Abstract:
Molybdenum-silicide based monolithic and composite materialshave potential aircraft applications in the temperature range 1000-1600 degrees centigrade. molybdenum-silicide based intermetallics have proven to be rather formidable materials to process because of its extreme brittleness. inorder to… More

MOLYBDENUM DISILICIDE MATRIX COMPOSITES REINFORCED WITH MICROPARTICULATE TITANIUM CARBIDE

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1991 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / MDA
Principal Investigator: Dr Ranjan Ray , Principal Investigator
Award Amount: $50,000.00
Abstract:
Molybdenum disilicide (mosie2) based intermetallic materials have proven to be rather formidable materials to process because of their extreme brittleness and poor fracture toughness at low temperature. another drawback of these materials is their insufficient creep strength at high temperatures.… More