Abstract:…D channels with 50-100 micron channel widths for micro-fluidics research. The ability to make channels and grooves below or near 1 micron in width will enable cutting-edge micro-fluidics researchers to explore additional fundamental fluidics phenomena at 3D micro-/nano-scales at… more
Abstract:This Small Business Technology Transfer Phase 2 effort focuses on development of a supercapacitor energy storage device based on novel metal oxide-carbon nanocomposites. In the Phase 1 project, NanoScale discovered a group of cathode nanocomposites with an exceptionally high… more
Abstract:… liquid fuel such as JP-8 or diesel fuel can produce the hydrogen for the fuel cell. Noble metal catalysts can speed this reforming, but they are expensive and easily deactivated by formation of carbon deposits, and by fuel contaminants such as sulfur. In Phase I, NanoScale… more
Abstract:III-V semiconductors based solar cells display the highest sunlight conversion efficiency. Nevertheless, the material cost of current III-Vs and their fabrication process is very high which impedes their use for flat panel, large market applications. This project aims to explore, evaluate and… more
Abstract:… with conventional silicon CMOS technology, it can be placed on top of any CMOS IC. Therefore, anticipated benefit with the MMS technology extends to size reduction. Also the MMS technology is expected to lower the activation voltage below 10V. Nano Liquid… more
Abstract:… to serve their mission, while the improved corrosion resistance should enable longer service life for all components. The water borne corrosion resistant primers under the MIL-PRF- 85582 specification is a two component formulations using an epoxy-polyamide chemistry. NanoLab… more
Abstract:NanoLambda, Inc has requested support for a one year membership to the Agile Innovation System that was recently selected as the recipient of the Economic Development Administrations Region 1 i6 award. In collaboration with the "Agile Innovation Process" project team,… more
Abstract:…n battlefield. Security force is another potential user benefiting from this development. The key technology SPEL developed in proposed works will have tremendous impacts on nanofabrication when feature size variation control becomes more and more challenging for making … more
Abstract:… properties of transmission oil. A preliminary cost analysis was performed, which showed that the nanocomposite additive technology is economically feasible. The proposed Phase II effort builds upon these findings so that nanocomposite particle-enabled grease and oil (… more
Abstract:The objective of this NASA STTR program is to produce ultra-lightweight electrical wire and cable harnesses to reduce the liftoff weight of future space flight vehicles. In cooperation with materials scientists at Texas A & M, NanoSonic would develop and manufacture… more
Abstract:NanoSonic's Shape Memory Metal Rubber<SUP>TM</SUP> (SM-MR) exhibits reconfigurable and recoverable changes in structural and RF properties as it can be mechanically and repeatedly inflated without loss of EMI shielding (-88dB). In support of NASA's goals… more
Abstract:NanoSonic proposes to develop an innovative, low-cost, ultra low mass density, and non-intrusive sensor system for ultra long duration balloons (ULDB) that will operate in the most extreme environmental conditions. Specifically, the sensors would be integrated onto the load… more
Abstract:Measurement and efficient control of power consumption of High Performance Computing (HPC) and HVAC subsystems within facilities are less than adequate for meeting newly developing and improving efficiency standards. Energy management systems, including sensors, signal processing, feedback and… more
Abstract:This DOE SBIR/STTR program will result in the commercialization of a low-cost anostructured composite thermoelectric device. Such devices represent the next generation solution for an increasingly strained energy market by converting existing waste heat into electrical power. More waste heat is… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The purpose of the proposed Air Force Phase I STTR program is to fabricate semiconductor nanomembrane based photovoltaic (PV) power sources on flexible substrates, using Virginia Tech NanoCMOS Laboratory"s SOI silicon nanomembrane technique in combination with… more
Abstract:The objective of this Phase I STTR program is to develop and qualify innovative lightweight, high temperature composite materials that provide ballistic, blast and flame protection to MTVR fuel tanks and engine compartment structures. NanoSonic will work closely with Virginia… more
Abstract:… resistance, negligible smoke toxicity, and enhanced mechanical properties. Equally important, down-selected copolymer matrices will provide tailorable room and low temperature rheological and curing properties compatible within VARTM processing. To that end, NanoSonic and… more
Abstract:The overall objective of this program is to enable low-cost production of high performance visible, IR and bispectral obscurants for improved ground force stealth and protection across the Armed Forces. In order to realize this goal, NanoSonic and Virginia Tech will build on… more
Abstract:…tion antiballistic airless tires that provide high speed off-road performance for Special Operations vehicles. The proposed tire technology will provide non-pneumatic antiballistic tires with terrain durability and ballistic resilience through the integration of … more
Abstract:The objective of this Air Force SBIR program is to develop and demonstrate methodologies that facilitate manufacturing of carbon nanotube (CNT) enhanced structural nanocomposites. NanoSonic will integrate its novel molecularly tailored CNT dispersants with supercritical CO2… more
Abstract:NanoSonic has developed Shape Memory Metal Rubber (SM-MR) skins that exhibit reconfigurable and durable RF properties and can be repeatedly and severely morphed without loss of EMI shielding (-88dB). Recently, it was found that SM-MR exhibits greater gamma ray attenuation… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: NanoSonic would design and simulate a man-portable, GNSS deployable reflectarray antenna. This design would be based on novel new HybridSil materials tailored for lightweight and stowable portable antennas. To accomplish this task, NanoSonic has created a team with a… more
Abstract:The objective of this Phase I SBIR program is to adapt NanoSonic"s HybridSil armor technology for use as low cost, lightweight transparent ballistic materials for U.S. Army combat vehicles. The proposed effort will be an extension of NanoSonic"s HybridSil ballistic /… more
Abstract:NanoSonic has developed novel nanomaterials to enable a dynamic thermal protection dive suit that can adapt to variable environments and United States Special Operations Forces diver activity levels. During Phase II of this program, NanoSonic shall integrate our responsive… more
Abstract:NanoSonic has designed and physically demonstrated Shape Memory-Metal RubberTM (SM-MR) thermoresponsive skins that rapidly trigger a mechanically adaptive response in 5-10 seconds over airfoil sections for Remotely Piloted Vehicles (RPV) with wingspans up to 9'. The… more
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