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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY20 is not expected to be complete until September, 2021.

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  1. Additive Manufacturing of Inorganic Transparent Materials for Advanced Optics

    SBC: Product Innovation And Engineering, LLC            Topic: N19BT028

    The goal of the Phase I project is to demonstrate the feasibility of an AM process capable of depositing the required optical properties, full densification, and smooth surface finish through modeling the glass AM processing, developing the path planning for printing freeform optics, and evaluating the quality of the printed freeform optics with the proposed FFL . The specific objectives of the pr ...

    STTR Phase I 2020 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. Advanced Silicon Diode Switch for HPRF Systems

    SBC: Radiation Detection Technologies, Inc.            Topic: N15AT023

    Silicon-based photoconductive switch technology, despite its widespread industrial use, has not reached its limit in repetition-rate nor recovery-time. While traditional Si-PCSS systems have demonstrated poor recovery time (tens to hundreds of microseconds), new understanding in absolute photo-carrier generation and the resultant reduced sweepout time, provides one means to get beyond this seeming ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. Advanced Silicon Diode Switch for HPRF Systems

    SBC: Radiation Detection Technologies, Inc.            Topic: N15AT023

    The ultimate goal of the phase II effort is to build Si-based PCSS 10kV-modules and compare coupling of those modules to different microwave radiation technologies. The microwave radiating technologies include at least non-linear transmission lines and direct drive antenna; comparisons and system-level tradeoffs will be identified through normalized field measurements.

    STTR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Compressible High Order Parallel Acoustics Solver

    SBC: INNOVATIVE TECH APPLICATIONS LLC            Topic: N09T008

    The noise from turbulent, hot, supersonic jets during take-off and landing, as well as high-Mach cruise at altitude, dominates noise emanating from other powerplant components (e.g., fan, combustor). This intense noise has significant safety implications for launch personnel as well an environmental impact in the form of noise pollution around military installations. The proposed Phase II work wil ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. Discrete 3-D Electronics for Mobile Radiation Detection Systems

    SBC: Radiation Detection Technologies, Inc.            Topic: DTRA18B002

    Phase II will utilize knowledge gained from phase I work to develop and execute a manufacturing process suitable for producing quantities of 3-D printed discrete circuits for radiation detection systems.  The goal is to support mobile radiation detection system requirements for high voltage, analog amplification, and MCA functionality to produce differential pulse height spectra in time sequence. ...

    STTR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
  6. Fatigue Prediction for Additive Manufactured (AM) Metallic Components

    SBC: Product Innovation And Engineering, LLC            Topic: N19BT026

    In this Phase I work, we will expose the effects of an additively-manufactured (AM) part’s inherent defects (including both volumetric and surface defects) and residual stress on its subsequent fatigue strength based on carefully-executed manufacturing, microstructure characterization, numerical simulations, and mechanical experiments. Results from this study will leverage consolidated design an ...

    STTR Phase I 2020 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. High Efficiency, JP-8 Fueled Refrigeration Cycles for Shelter Air Conditioning

    SBC: Thermavant Technologies, L.L.C.            Topic: OSD09T002

    The proposed JP-8 powered cooling technology was co-invented by ThermAvant Technologies, LLC and the University of Columbia-Missouri (MU). The technology is based on the ejector cooling cycle and has the following unique features: thermodynamically and fluid dynamically optimal working fluids for increased high heat transfer and reduced entropy generation; low-shock loss, momentum conserving eject ...

    STTR Phase I 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  8. Innovative Processing Techniques for Additive Manufacture of 7000 Series Aluminum Alloy Components

    SBC: Product Innovation And Engineering, LLC            Topic: N18AT005

    The goal of this STTR Phase I research proposal is to develop a proof of concept for a novel additive manufacturing (AM) process that will be capable of processing 7000 series AM aluminum alloys while minimizing defects, with an eventual goal of Phase II/III project to commercialize the developed technology. To achieve this goal, the technical objectives, the proposed technology includes the follo ...

    STTR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseNavy
  9. Innovative Processing Techniques for Additive Manufacture of 7000 Series Aluminum Alloy Components

    SBC: Product Innovation And Engineering, LLC            Topic: N18AT005

    By using a combination of a highly Gaussian laser beam source, wavelength beam combining and multiple laser beam energy (MBE) PINE and Missouri S&T have successfully demonstrated the ability to create and stabilize Meltpools on all aluminum alloys investigated in Phase I. The MBE system has successfully processed several aluminum alloys with the potential to meet the performance needs of replacing ...

    STTR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. Large Eddy Simulations of Hot Supersonic Jets for Aeroacoustics

    SBC: INNOVATIVE TECH APPLICATIONS LLC            Topic: N09T008

    The noise from turbulent, hot, supersonic jets during take-off and landing, as well as high-Mach cruise at altitude, dominates noise emanating from other powerplant components (e.g., fan, combustor). This intense noise has significant safety implications for launch personnel as well an environmental impact in the form of noise pollution around military installations. The proposed work will build ...

    STTR Phase I 2009 Department of DefenseNavy
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