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MATERIALS RESEARCH & DESIGN INC

Company Information
Address
300 E SWEDESFORD RD
WAYNE, PA 19087-1858
United States


https://www.m-r-d.com

Information

UEI: QU1NM7F1CDV4

# of Employees: 22


Ownership Information

HUBZone Owned: No

Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: No

Woman Owned: No




Success Stories

  1. SBIR-STTR-Success: Materials Research & Design Inc.

    A small business partner has delivered a critical new tool to assist the Air Force in its race for hypersonic capabilities.With support from the Air Force Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer Program, Pennsylvania-based Materials Research & Design Inc. created a...

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Award Listing

  1. Thermostructural Behavior of Polymer and Ceramic Matrix Composites Under Extreme Short Term Thermal Loads

    Amount: $931,873.00

    Future supersonic missiles can be improved through the use of polymer matrix composites (PMCs) for structural airframes. However the severe aerodynamic heating conditions will expose the structure to ...

    SBIRPhase II2008Department of Defense Navy
  2. Lightweight High Temperature Non-Eroding Throat Materials for Propulsion Systems

    Amount: $599,993.00

    Radiation or passively cooled thrust chambers are used for a variety of chemical propulsion functions including apogee insertion, reaction control for launch vehicles, and primary propulsion for plane ...

    SBIRPhase II2008National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. Low Cost Fabrication of Carbon-Carbon (C-C) Aeroshells for Hypersonic Vehicles

    Amount: $749,869.00

    Future Air Force hypersonic vehicles will employ complex shapes and fly extended maneuvering trajectories. Since the flight times may increase by an order of magnitude or more, existing ablative ther ...

    SBIRPhase II2008Department of Defense Air Force
  4. Effects of Defects in Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMCs)

    Amount: $995,626.00

    N06-030 Effect in Defects in Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMCs) The performance of the advanced strike fighters can be im-proved by reducing the weight of the propulsion system. The jet engines of int ...

    SBIRPhase II2007Department of Defense Navy
  5. Micromechanical Assessment of Thermochemically Induced NDE Changes in Advanced Composites

    Amount: $147,261.00

    The Joint Strike Fighter is considering the use of organic and ceramic matrix composites for high temperature engine components. Material coupons and flight tests have shown that when these materials ...

    SBIRPhase I2007Department of Defense Navy
  6. Low Cost Fabrication of Carbon-Carbon (C-C) Aeroshells for Hypersonic Vehicles

    Amount: $99,941.00

    Future Air Force hypersonic vehicles will employ complex shapes and fly extended maneuvering trajectories. Since the flight times may increase by an order of magnitude or more, existing ablative ther ...

    SBIRPhase I2007Department of Defense Air Force
  7. Development of Non-Parasitic Integrated Acreage TPS/Airframe Material

    Amount: $749,498.00

    The proposed Phase II effort involves 1) continued material development of lower cost high temperature composites (PIP C/SiC) begun in Phase I, 2) modifications to the hybrid truss core integrated TPS ...

    SBIRPhase II2007Department of Defense Air Force
  8. Development of Lower Cost High Temperature Composites for Hypersonic Tactical Missiles

    Amount: $745,221.00

    The proposed Phase II effort involves 1) continued material development of low cost, high temperature composites for strategic missile components begun in Phase I, 2) the generation of an enhanced mat ...

    SBIRPhase II2007Department of Defense Air Force
  9. Development of Novel High Interlaminar Strength Carbon-Carbon Composites for Advanced Rocket Propulsion Components: Nozzle Materials and Exit Cones

    Amount: $749,994.00

    A program involving analysis and design, reinforcement materials research and development, composite fabrication, and composite property testing is proposed here to develop improved interlaminar prope ...

    SBIRPhase II2007Department of Defense Air Force
  10. Development of Low Cost Needled C/SiC for TDACS Applications

    Amount: $991,165.00

    This Phase II proposal is submitted under topic MD05-066 and continues the develop-ment of low cost, needled C/SiC for throttleable divert and altitude control systems (TDACS). The TDACS is being dev ...

    SBIRPhase II2007Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency
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