Abstract:In this proposal we describe our approach and anticipated results concerning the use of a novel and innovative method for providing Over-The-Horizon (OTH) L-band links between a submerged tracking device and an overhead satellite without the requirement for an on or above surface antenna. The… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: During the course of the Phase I project, the university partner Lehigh University invented a unique and highly efficient phase shifter concept based on metamaterial design concepts. This novel phase shifter unit cell allows switching between left-handed and right-handed transmission… more
Abstract:There is a clear gap between commercially available UHF tunable filters and the technology needs of current military communication systems. MEMtronics Corporation, teamed with Purdue University, intend to develop and commercialize technology that fills this gap. The intent of this Phase II project… more
Abstract:To address the issue of heat transfer from the rocket motor nozzle exit cone into the metal support housing MSI proposes to apply a well-developed, highly insulating interlayer material, quartz polysiloxane Qz/Ps, between the exit cone surface and the metal substructure surface to maintain that… more
Abstract:This Statement of Work (SOW) defines the support required for a multi-task effort related to the design and fabrication of a ceramic resin matrix composite nosecone to fulfill Block IIB mission requirements. MSI will develop composite material component designs that fulfill the aerothermal and… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Peripheral artery disease (PAD) affects 9 to 12 million Americans  and 1.5 million will require an intervention (407,400 receive bypass or amputation; 1,080,000 receive angioplasty, stent or atherectomy) each year . Unfortunately, only one-third of… more
Abstract:In Phase I, a novel porous electrode was designed to demonstrate a rapid, simple assay for the detection of domoic acid in marine samples. During Phase II, methods to manufacture porous electrodes will be improved to enable high volume production of low-cost biosensors that can be connected to a… more
Abstract:Sensing of greenhouse gases including, but not limited, to carbon dioxide and methane, throughout the atmosphere are needed to verify gas fluxes and concentrations in order to understand the terrestrial carbon cycle. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) can provide the speed, range, and steering needed… more
Abstract:Mesa Photonics proposes development of a passive optical sensor for simultaneous high-precision measurement of oxygen and carbon dioxide profiles within the full atmospheric column. The approach, which is based on near-infrared heterodyne spectroscopy using solar occultation (i.e., direct solar… more
Abstract:This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I project will demonstrate a new method for monitoring carbon capture and storage (CCS) sites. CCS reduces global warming by using deep geological formations to store large amounts of carbon dioxide formed at power plants or separated from natural… more
Abstract:This Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) Phase I project will develop improvements to multiphoton microscopy, especially two-photon excitation fluorescence (TPEF). This technology has radically changed the manner in which quantitative biological studies are performed. It is now the… more
Abstract:To explore the feasibility of improving the clinical diagnosis of Lyme Disease by using a multiplex diagnostic platform for laboratory-based immunoassay testing. The platform is designed for simple and fully automated use, requiring minimal hands-on time and very little training. The proposed test… more
Abstract:Preventing HIV infection is a global and national priority, and a number of behavioral, vaccine-based, and drug-based strategies are the focus of intensive research. In order to accurately assess and compare different prevention strategies, HIV incidence, i.e., the rate at which new HIV infection is… more
Abstract:The Phase I project will develop a suite of diagnostic sensors using Direct Write technology to measure temperature, surface recession depth, and heat flux of an ablative thermal protection system (TPS) in real time, which can be integrated to support TPS evaluation and in-situ diagnostics during… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The proposed work aims to build a physics-based rapid turnaround simulation capability for resolving combustion dynamics in liquid rocket engines operating at trans-critical and supercritical flow regimes. The methodology will explore both Reduced-Order Methods and Reduced-Basis Methods… more
Abstract:The proposed Phase II SBIR will address several 3-D flowfield features using a combination of steady-state and time-dependent modeling. Angle-of-Attack and multiple nozzle interactions at high altitude will be part of the study. The 3-D modeling is based on Metacomp Technologies CFD codes. The… more
Abstract:The Smart Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Tool (SmartAPPT) will study the scientific merit and technical feasibility of a web-based mobile smart phone application to improve knowledge and access to pregnancy prevention information among girls ages 15-17. SmartAPPT is based on the principle that all… more
Abstract:Regular inspection of piping for corrosion damage is crucial in nuclear power plants to prevent leakage of radioactive material into the environment, and to allay concerns of residents living within the vicinity. However, currently used methods for detecting corrosion on interior surfaces of reactor… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: MetroLaser proposes a test and evaluation methodology to optimize the information return of aero-optic wind tunnel tests, which are corrupted by mechanical vibration. The aero-optic and vibration effects are added and to separate them it would be necessary to accurately measure the effect… more
Abstract:A diagnostic is being developed for aircraft engine exhausts that measures three velocity components in a slice through the plume. The method measures the Doppler shift of laser light scattered from particles naturally present in the flow, such as soot or dust. Two key areas of uncertainty were… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: A sensor system will be developed for characterizing instantaneous flow fields around a hypersonic vehicle while in flight. Filtered Rayleigh Scattering (FRS) will be used to obtain spatially and temporally resolved densities in a plane near the body of the vehicle. Scattering from… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: A non-intrusive sensor system for surface temperatures in harsh environments will be adapted to enable measurements on turbine blades during engine operation. The approach involves applying a layer of thermographic phosphor on top of the thermal barrier coating (TBC) of the engine… more
Abstract:The proposed effort seeks to leverage existing and potential future physical modeling efforts, and to develop new physical models as required, to provide a comprehensive simulation and performance prediction capability for airborne electro-optical imaging of submerged objects. A plan will be… more
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