Abstract:RDRTec Inc. and The John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL) propose to gather data in support of the development of techniques that will enable the efficient and effective detection and tracking of Small Maritime Targets (SMT) at high altitudes. This capability will be… more
Abstract:This propose effort will determine the feasibility of and continue development of innovative methods in support of simultaneous tracking and imaging for Pulse Doppler radar systems. Future missions of airborne ISR radar systems will require detection of moving targets in the presence of clutter,… more
Abstract:This effort will develop an HRR mode that is interleaved with search modes, allowing simultaneous search mode and target interrogation. This allows a more efficient use of radar resources and the ability to prefilter targets before committing the radar to longer ISAR dwells. Feature extraction from… more
Abstract:RDRTec Inc. and our partner, Leidos (formerly known as Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)), propose to further develop and begin transition of innovative Maritime Situational Awareness Aids (MSAA) specifically targeted for small boats in dense maritime traffic environment to… more
Abstract:The ability to explore, analyze, and find hostile actions/intent behavior within this data is a complex task and requires learning of motion sequence temporal patterns from long term tracks of multiple vessels of interest. There is, therefore, a major need to develop robust, efficient, and reliable… more
Abstract:This effort proposes to determine the feasibility of and continue development of innovative 3-D inverse synthetic aperture radar (ISAR) imaging techniques for maritime vessels. Traditionally, 2-D ISAR image frames have been used individually to classify vessels of similar classes with limited… more
Abstract:The propose effort will determine the feasibility of and continue development of innovative feature-based adaptive constant false alarm rate (FA-CFAR) techniques to detect slow moving and low radar cross section (RCS) maritime targets in challenging clutter environments. A first order approach… more
Abstract:The proposed work extends ongoing RDRTec maritime classification aids (MCA) and feature-aided tracking development activities that utilize high range resolution (HRR) and inverse synthetic aperture radar (ISAR) by adding combined feature vectors consisting of the hard body, water wake, air wake,… more
Abstract:Collision Avoidance (CA) radar systems are required for compliance with the Navy"s operational requirement for Sense And Avoid (SAA) for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs). The Radar Airborne Collision Avoidance System (RACAS) is designed to provide CA capabilities for both Triton and Fire Scout.… more
Abstract:This effort will complement the C-RACAS transition to both Triton and Fire Scout by performing risk reduction activities addressing stressing environments and scenarios using simulation, and early data collection with prototype RACAS and C-RACAS hardware. In addition, it will address Triton"s… more
Abstract:This effort proposes to design, develop and fabricate prototype SiGe MMICs that when combined with GaN MMICs forms the basis for additional simultaneous modes and more efficiency for the C-band Radar Automatic Collision Avoidance System (RACAS). The addition of these MMICs will enable digitally… more
Abstract:Future experiments in nuclear (and particle) physics will require advances in detector technology in order to carry out planned measurements of QCD, electroweak interactions, studies of fundamental symmetries, understanding the spin properties of nucleons, and many other physics topics. Among the… more
Abstract:Extreme high vacuum (XHV) systems are characterized by very low gas pressure and a small outgassing rate of the system surfaces. The pumping techniques required to reach XHV conditions impede further reduction of the XHV pressure by either re-emitting chemically-stored pumped gas or allowing back… more
Abstract:The U.S. Army has a need for cheap, high quality nanosilicon powder. With similar energy density and better aging effects than nanoaluminum, silicon is an excellent candidate for use a metal nanofuel. In Phase I, Systems and Materials Research Corporation (SMRC) demonstrated a scalable method for… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Each fastener that is installed during the aircraft assembly requires a hole to be drilled, and those holes filled with either rivets or threaded fasteners. To add difficulty, most fasteners must have sealant applied to the hole, and interference fasteners must be inserted using an… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Corrosion is a serious problem affecting the longevity, safety, durability, and affordability of military and commercial aircraft. Despite strict implementation of MIL and ASTM standards for aircraft Outer Mold Line (OML) coatings, corrosion is frequently observed during maintenance… more
Abstract:Recently, the F-35 program experienced fatigue cracking in a low pressure turbine blade inside the F135 engine from recrystallization (RX). These problems cost the program time and money, strain the political capital necessary to sustain a large weapons program, and undermine the confidence of… more
Abstract:Payload stored in multiple all-up-round canisters (MACs) critical to Ohio- and Virginia-class sub missions is susceptible to damage from excessive shock and vibration loading. TRI/Austin proposes to investigate a state of the art lateral missile support system to resolve this issue. A preliminary… more
Abstract:Texas Research Institute Austin (TRI/Austin) is proposing to build an energy supply system for the Tray Ration Heating System (TRHS) that will eliminate the use of JP-8 fuel as an energy source to heat the rations. There are three operational conditions when the TRHS needs to be supplied with energy… more
Abstract:Marine forces of the future will be significantly more agile, lethal, mobile, and survivable. The current limitation on tactical wheeled vehicles is at the tire/terrain interface. Tactical wheeled vehicles need the ability to adapt to rapidly changing terrain conditions and missions by developing a… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: TRI/Austin and the University of Texas at San Antonio have teamed to develop and demonstrate a complete set of modules and a framework for structural reliability analysis for the Air Force. These modules will be developed with a scriptable interface to enable the structural engineer to… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Fuel tanks for aircraft commonly utilize a hexavalent chromated polyurethane coating acting as corrosion protective secondary containment for fuel. The coating service range is from -65 to 250oF. New effective coatings free of hexavalent chromium corrosion inhibitors and offering rapid… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: TRI/Austin proposes to develop an ultrasonic (UT) based non-destructive evaluation (NDE) system that can detect and characterize the tailored surface grain size distribution in aerospace nickel and titanium alloys. Many metals are now engineered via heat treating processes to adjust the… more
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