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Company: Kdt Industries, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: NSF / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: … DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPUTER-BASED MODEL TO PERFORM CONCURRENT LIFE-CYCLE ANALYSIS FOR THE DESIGN OF ADVANCED LAUNCH SYSTEM CONCEPTS. THE MOTIVATION FOR THIS EFFORT STEMS FROM THE HIGH COST OF MANUFACTURING, OPERATING, AND SUPPORTING CURRENT EARTH-TO-ORBIT VEHICLE DESIGNS.… more
Company: Kea Industries Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: THE PROPOSED RESEARCH IS ORIENTED TO INVESTIGATE WHAT NEEDS TO BE IDENTIFIED IN THE ADAPTATION OF A CLOSED BLOOD HANDLING DEVICE AND TESTING VEHICLE FOR HIV ASSAY UTILIZING ELISA MULTI-ENZYME AND/OR RECOMBINANT DNA METHODS. THIS PROGRAM WILL ASSESS THE TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS TO… more
Company: Ktaadn Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: N/A
Company: Lasergenics Corporation Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: ACCURATE REAL-TIME MONITORING OF STRAIN FORCES IN HYPERVELOCITY VEHICLES UNDER OPERATING CONDITIONS WILL REQUIRE NEW CONCEPTS IN SENSOR DESIGN. FIBER OPTIC SENSORS OFFER POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS BUT PRESENT DAY FIBERS OF GLASS OR SILICA WILL NOT TOLERATE THE EXTREME TEMPERATURES… more
Company: LINCOM CORP. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: NASA / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: N/A
Company: M.L. ENERGIA, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: SIGNIFICANT ADVANCES IN COMBUSTION TECHNOLOGY ARE NEEDED FOR THE NEW GENERATION OF HYPERSONIC FLIGHT VEHICLES. MOST COMBUSTION PROCESSES ARE CURRENTLY HINDERED BY CONSTRAINTS IMPOSED BY THE CONDITION OF HYPERSONIC FLOW. THIS PROPOSAL OFFERS A NOVEL IDEA FOR IMPROVING COMBUSTION… more
Company: Marble Assoc., Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 2
Abstract: … QUICKLY AND EFFICIENTLY,, WITHOUT HAVING TO BUILD A ROBOT AROUND THE SENSOR. IN ADDITION, THE USER WILL BE ABLE TO ENTER MAN-IN-THE-LOOP MODE TO COMMUNICATE DIRECTLY WITH LOWER-LEVEL MODULES OF THE SIMULATOR (IN EFFECT, CHANGING THE PLATFORM FROM A TRULY AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE… more
Company: MARK Resources, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: WE DESCRIBE TWO APPROACHES FOR MEASURING THE ALTITUDE OF A LOW-FLYING, HIGH-VELOCITY MISSILE ABOVE THE OCEAN SURFACE WITH A REMOTE RADAR. THE MEASUREMENTS ARE MADE BY FIRST RESOLVING THE DIRECT RETURN FROM THE MISSILE AND THE REFLECTIONS FROM THE OCEAN SURFACE. BECAUSE THE OCEAN SURFACE IS NOT A… more
Company: MARK Resources, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: … TARGETS, AND WE HAVE ALSO DEVELOPED NEW SIGNAL PROCESSING METHODS TO IMPLEMENT THIS EXTENDED THEORY. THIS WORK, WHICH HAS BEEN SUPPORTED UNDER SEVERAL CONTRACTS FROM AIR FORCE WRIGHT AERONAUTICAL LABORATORY AND DARPA, HAS BEEN DIRECTED AT THE IDENTIFICATION OF GROUND VEHICLES.… more
Company: Marko Materials Inc Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
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… more
Company: Mcs Corp Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: NOISE IN ARMY WEAPONS SYSTEMS, SUCH AS TRACKED ARMORED VEHICLES, INCREASES DETECTABILITY OF OUR FORCES, REDUCES EFFECTIVENESS BY REQUIRING CUT BACK OR SHUT DOWN OF EQUIPMENT TO REDUCE NOISE, REDUCES OR ELIMINATES THE PROSPECT OF COVERT OPERATION AND REDUCES CREW EFFECTIVENESS IN… more
Company: Midwest Research Agency/Program/Year/Phase: NASA / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: POLYIMIDE MATERIALS, NOTABLY KAPTON, FIND USE IN THE OUTER COVERINGS OF SPACE VEHICLES FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS THERMAL INSULATION. WHILE EXPOSED TO THE RAM ATOMIC OXYGEN PRESENT IN A LOW-EARTH ORBITAL ENVIRONMENT, THE KAPTON UNDER-GOES A DEGRADATION PROCESS. IT HAS ALREADY BEEN… more
Company: Nielsen Engineering & Research, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 2
Abstract: … TO CAUSE LAGS IN THE AERODYNAMIC RESPONSE OF THE MISSILE DUE TO THE GUSTS ACTING ON IT. THIS PHENOMENON CAN ONLY BE REPRESENTED BY AN UNSTEADY AERODYNAMIC ANALYSIS. SPECIFICALLY, THE UNSTEADY AERODYNAMIC EFFECTS INDUCED BY VARIOUS SEA STATES WILL BE INVESTIGATED FOR A VEHICLE… more
Company: Nielsen Engineering & Research, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: A PROGRAM OF WORK LEADING TO AN ANALYTICAL CAPABILITY TO PREDICT THE POSTLAUNCH BEHAVIOR OF TORPEDO GUIDANCE WIRES IN THE VICINITY OF MANEUVERING SUBMARINES IS DESCRIBED. AN EXISTING METHOD TO PREDICT THE COMPLEX UNSTEADY FLOW FIELD NEAR THE LAUNCH VEHICLE WILL BE COMBINED WITH… more
Company: Niagara Systems And Software Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: NAVIGATIONAL SENSORS AND RADAR/SONAR DEVICES UTILIZED BY MILITARY UNDERWATER VEHICLES AND SURFACE SHIPS ARE RELIABLE AND ACCURATE UNDER IDEAL CONDITIONS. HOWEVER, SENSOR PERFORMANCE IS OFTEN SUBJECT TO DEGRADATION AND SPURIOUS FAULTS IN A REAL, NONCONTROLLABLE ENVIRONMENT. USE… more
Company: OHRN ENTERPRISES, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: IN ORDER TO DESIGN ADVANCED REENTRY VEHICLE WINDOW SYSTEMS, BOTH THE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD PROBLEMS MUST BE ACCURATELY ANALYZED. FOR PHASE I OF THIS PROJECT, WE PROPOSE TO DEVELOP A THEORETICAL METHOD OF ANALYSIS. THIS WILL INCLUDE THE EFFECT OF SYSTEMS OF… more
Company: Orbitial Systems Ltd Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 2
Abstract: … PLANNING, REAL-TIME PLACEMENT IN ORBIT AND REAL-TIME OPERATION OF SPACE SYSTEMS. THE KEY FACTORS IN SPACE SYSTEMS WHICH CONTRIBUTE TO LIFE CYCLE COSTS WILL BE DELINIATED AND RANKED. THESE WILL COMPRISE THE PRIMARY AREAS TO TARGET FOR OPERATION BY A HIGHLY AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE… more
Company: ORINCON Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 2
Abstract: … WEAPONS AND (2) TO EVALUATE THEM USING A SIMULATION. THESE LAWS WILL CONSIDER THE TIME DELAY AND UNCERTAINTIES IN THE ACOUSTIC DATA THAT PROVIDE THE INFORMATION ON RELATIVE TARGET MOTION. WORK WILL START WITH DEVELOPMENT OF DYNAMIC MODELS FOR THE TWO VEHICLES, THE… more
Company: Osborne A Assocs Inc Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: THE PHASE I PROJECT WILL DEVELOP THE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR A MINE AVOIDANCE SUBMARINE TETHERED REMOTE OPERATING VEHICLE (MASTR) SYSTEM CAPABLE OF DETECTING MOORED AND BOTTOM MINES AND OTHER ORDNANCE TO ASSURE SAFE PASSAGE FOR THE SUBMARINE. THE PREEMINANT DESIGN CRITERIA… more
Company: FOSTER-MILLER, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 2
Abstract: THE TRACKS AND TRACK PADS OF COMBAT VEHICLES UNDERGO BUILUPS IN TEMPERATURE IN EXCESS OF 300 DEG F LEADING TO PREMATURE FAILURE OF THE MATERIALS. IN ORDER TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THE EFFECT OF REPEATED TEMPERATURE EXCURSIONS IN DEVELOPING IMPROVED TRACKS AND TRACK PADS, A NEW… more
Company: Pda Engineering Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: ACCURATE PREDICTIONS OF THE WINDOW/HEATSHIELD ABLATED SHAPE AND IN-DEPTH HEAT TRANSFER ARE VITAL TO ENSURE VEHICLE SURVIVAL AND THE ANTENNA WINDOW'S TRANSMISSION PERFORMANCE. THESE PREDICTIONS REQUIRE ACCURATE THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTY DATA ON THE MATERIAL. SOME OF THE… more
Company: Perigee West Company Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: THE PROPOSED STUDY FOCUSES ON DETERMINING TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY AND VERIFYING LOW LIFE CYCLE COST OF A SEA BASED SPACE LAUNCH SYSTEM. THE EFFORT CONCENTRATES ON SEPARATE DEFINITIONS OF AND ADVANCED LAUNCH VEHICLE AND A SEA BASED LAUNCHER. THE STUDY THEN COMPLETES A SYSTEM… more
Company: Perry Technologies Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: … THE BOTTOM OR VERY CLOSE TO THE TOP AT SUFFICIENT DISTANCES TO BE OPERATIONALLY USEFUL. IN FACT, IT CAN BE SHOWN THAT IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO DETECT THESE MINES FROM THE PLATFORM AT OPERATIONAL RANGES. THIS PROJECT PROVIDES A SUBMARINE-TETHERED REMOTE OPERATED VEHICLE (ROV)… more
Company: Physical Sciences Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: NASA / SBIR / 1989 / 2
Abstract: THE ABILITY TO ACCURATELY PREDICT RADIATIVE HEAT TRANSFER FROM THE NON-EQUILIBRIUM BOW SHOCK OF VEHICLES OPERATING AT HYPERSONIC VELOCITIES AND ELEVATED ALTITUDES IS CRITICAL TO THE DESIGN OF LARGE NASA VEHICLES SUCH AS THE AERO-ASSIST ORBITAL TRANSFER VEHICLE. THE EXTANT DATA… more
Company: Physical Sciences Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 1989 / 1
Abstract: AN OPERATIONAL HYPERSONIC VEHICLE WILL BE ABLE TO TRAVEL OVER THE ENTIRE RANGE OF ALTITUDES FROM THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH TO LOW EARTH ORBIT. IT WILL BE ESSENTIAL FOR THE VEHICLE SECURITY THAT IT REMAIN IN CONTACT WITH THE COMMAND CENTERS AND BE ABLE TO OBSERVE ITS NEAR FIELD… more
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