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COMPOSITE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, INC.

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Address
2600 CAMPUS DR SUITE D
LAFAYETTE, CO 80026-3357
United States


HTTP://WWW.CTD-MATERIALS.COM

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UEI: X57TKFLL14E5

# of Employees: 14


Ownership Information

HUBZone Owned: No

Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: No

Woman Owned: No



Award Charts




Award Listing

  1. Tubular Extendible Lock-Out Composite Boom (STELOC

    Amount: $124,986.00

    Mass and volume efficient solar arrays are sought by NASA, DoD and commercial space to enable high power missions from 20-30 kW up to 300 kW. Flexible substrate arrays can have higher specific power ( ...

    SBIRPhase I2013National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. Microcrack Resistant Matrix Materials for Out-of-Autoclave Processing of Composite Cryogenic Tanks

    Amount: $699,829.00

    NASA is keen on advancing technologies for lightweight composite cryotanks for heavy lift vehicles for future NASA missions. Two primary challenges must be overcome to enable the use of composite tank ...

    SBIRPhase II2013National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. Benzoxazine Matrix Composite Bearing Materials for Arresting Gear Components

    Amount: $149,914.00

    Carrier aviation is dependent on the ability to recover aircraft expeditiously and safely aboard ship. The system that arrests the aircraft, the Arresting Gear system, utilizes slippers or bearing mat ...

    SBIRPhase I2013Department of Defense Navy
  4. Deployable Composite Structures

    Amount: $749,976.00

    NASA is seeking innovative structure technologies that will advance expandable modules for orbital and surface based habitats. These secondary structures must increase utilization of the primary pres ...

    SBIRPhase II2012National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. Microcrack Resistant Matrix Materials for Out-of-Autoclave Processing of Composite Cryogenic Tanks

    Amount: $124,999.00

    The next generation of launch vehicles under development by NASA requires significant mass reduction to fully meet mission and performance needs. For example, NASA is aiming to create a new generatio ...

    SBIRPhase I2012National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. High-Shear-Strength, Radiation-Resistant Electrical Insulations for Plasma Confinement Magnets

    Amount: $149,923.00

    The United States Department of Energy is developing several devices to advance the development of fusion energy. Key components of these systems are the large, complex magnet systems used to shape a ...

    SBIRPhase I2012Department of Energy
  7. Thermal Interface Materials Based on Carbon Nanotube Arrays

    Amount: $743,202.00

    ABSTRACT: The Phase II SBIR program aims to fabricate, test and qualify carbon nanotube based thermal interface materials (TIMs) suitable for use on an Air Force spacecraft mission. Traditional TIMs ...

    SBIRPhase II2012Department of Defense Air Force
  8. Low Cost Polybenzoxazine Prepreg for Shipboard Radomes

    Amount: $749,987.00

    Radomes are key components of future Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR) systems and are aboard almost every surface vessel in the Navy. These structures provide protection for the radar face, but th ...

    SBIRPhase II2012Department of Defense Navy
  9. Portable Array Module for Disaster Relief and Expeditionary Operations

    Amount: $1,799,980.00

    There is a need for transportable alternative energy systems capable of providing renewable electric power. The proposed Portable Array Module (PAM) meets this need, promising a new age of sustainable ...

    SBIRPhase II2012Department of Defense Navy
  10. Roll-Out De-Orbiting Device

    Amount: $99,974.00

    NASA intends to place small spacecraft (<100kg) and very small spacecraft (<15kg) into a variety of orbits. Methods and technologies are needed to intentionally de-orbit these spacecraft at end of mi ...

    SBIRPhase I2011National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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