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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. System Health and Impact Assessment Environment Demonstrated on ADAPT

    SBC: QUALTECH SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: T101

    Space exploration is a unique challenge with many difficulties in its implementation. With a goal of the return of man to the moon and travel to Mars, the stage has been set for the expansion of human knowledge beyond comprehension. Traveling to the moon and Mars, however, will require new and innovative technologies. Key to this will be system health management (SHM). For any given system of the ...

    STTR Phase II 2006 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. Polarization Imaging Apparatus for Cell and Tissue Imaging and Diagnostics

    SBC: BOSTON APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES, INCORPORATED            Topic: T501

    This work proposes to capitalize on our Phase I success in a novel visible-near infrared Stokes polarization imaging technology based on high performance fast tunable phase retarder and novel algorithms for analyzing and diagnosing biological phantoms and cells. Phase I results have demonstrated the feasibility of this technique in in-vivo analyzing biological phantoms and cells. In this Phase II ...

    STTR Phase II 2006 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. Optimal Thrust Vectoring for an Annular Aerospike Nozzle

    SBC: ROLLING HILLS RESEARCH CORP            Topic: T202

    Recent success of an annular aerospike flight test by NASA Dryden has prompted keen interest in providing thrust vector capability to the annular aerospike nozzle (AAN). The AAN with a moveable spike for thrust vectoring and throttling could provide a more efficient alternative to traditional bell nozzles. Cal Poly, which has a thrust vector research facility, has teamed with Rolling Hills Resea ...

    STTR Phase II 2006 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. The Cyogenic Evaluation of Irradiated Composite Materials for Use in Composite Pressure Vessels

    SBC: Hypercomp Engineering, Inc            Topic: T801

    HyPerComp Engineering, Inc. (HEI) proposes to continue the characterization of the cryogenic evaluation of irradiated composite materials for use in composite overwrap pressure vessels COPVs. The intent of the proposed effort is to study the constituent raw composite material properties that result from radiation exposure and tested at cryogenic temperatures. HEI and Mississippi State Universi ...

    STTR Phase II 2006 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. Aerospace Systems Monitor

    SBC: NEMOMETRICS CORP.            Topic: T101

    Proposal Title: Aerospace Systems Monitor PHASE 1 Technical Abstract: This Phase II STTR project will continue development and commercialization of the Aerospace System Monitor (ASM). This technology transforms the power distribution network in a spacecraft or aircraft into a multiple-use service, providing not only power distribution but also a diagnostic monitoring capability and system health ...

    STTR Phase II 2006 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. Certification of the COTS Engine and Naturalistic Flight Deck Systems for the Next Generation of Small Aircraft

    SBC: NexTechnologies International Corporation            Topic: T701

    We intend to perform a “Demonstration” Certification of a COTS automotive engine, including and focusing on what is likely to be one of the most challenging aspects of the FAA Engine Certification, the FAA approval of a COTS automotive Engine Control Unit (ECU). The COTS automotive based ECU is the most technically challenging system due, not only to the design and manufacturing processes emplo ...

    STTR Phase II 2006 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. Wire Insulation Incorporating Self-Healing Polymers (WIISP)

    SBC: Nextgen Aeronautics, Inc.            Topic: T601

    NextGen and Virginia Tech are developing a self-healing material for wire insulation using a class of ionomeric polymers. These ionomers exhibit self-healing properties as a function of the ionic content of the material. Previous work has focused on self-healing of puncture damage caused by projectiles, has shown that an airtight seal can be formed in real time seconds after the puncture has oc ...

    STTR Phase II 2006 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. Miniature Active Space Radiation Dosimeter

    SBC: Space Micro Inc.            Topic: T102

    Space Micro will extend our Phase I R&D to develop a family of miniature, active space radiation dosimeters/particle counters, with a focus on biological/manned dose levels. A single board design will support both manned level and space electronics level dosimetry needs. This is enabled by the density and features of commercial high density silicon semiconductor memory devices, coupled with innova ...

    STTR Phase II 2006 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. High-Performance, Radiation-Hard, 2-D, Near-Infrared, Avalanche Photodiode Arrays

    SBC: ADTECH PHOTONICS, INC            Topic: T402

    AdTech Photonics, in collaboration with the Center for Advanced Studies in Photonics Research (CASPR) at UMBC, is pleased to submit this Phase II proposal entitled “High-Performance, Radiation-Hard, 2-D, Near-Infrared, Avalanche Photodiode Arrays” in response to NASA STTR 2004 program solicitation topics: T4.01 Earth Science Sensors and Instruments and T4.02 Space Science Sensors and Instruments ...

    STTR Phase II 2006 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. Integration of Superconducting Electrical and Thermal Circuits for Microscale Cooling

    SBC: ATLAS SCIENTIFIC            Topic: T402

    Microcalorimetry is an enabling technology for many NASA space science missions because it permits detection of single photons at high rates with unprecedented energy resolution and efficiency. This remarkable technology relies upon superconducting devices that must be cooled below 100 mK. We propose to construct a doubly-integrated circuit in which critical features of microcalorimeter pixels on ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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