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    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of Health and Human Services
  2. A Catalytically Stabilized Lean Direct Injection Combustor for Advanced Subsonic Technology Emissions Reduction

    SBC: Precision Combustion, Inc.            Topic: N/A


    SBIR Phase I 1998 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. Accelerated Acid Digestion

    SBC: Mountain States Analytical            Topic: N/A


    SBIR Phase I 1998 Environmental Protection Agency
  4. A Comprehensive HEV Design Tool for Dual-Use Applications

    SBC: Thermoanalytics, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    A very capable team composed of a small business, ThermoAnalytics, with support from a major aerospacecompany, Boeing, and a long time TACOM contractor, MTU/KRC, will develop a Hybrid Electric Vehicle design tool. This team will pursue the research required to develop a practical and useful design tool for the HEV designer. The development of the prototype software will begin in Phase I resulting ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. A Computatronal Model for Moving Target Detection, Depth and Velocity Estimation

    SBC: VISITECH, INC.            Topic: N/A

    This proposal describes a computational model of human observers, DYTA(dynamic Target analysis), for dynamic target detection, depth and velocity estimation DYTA will be developed based on human perception knowledge as well as physics of moving vehicles. The computational model consists of two levels of processes, early and cognitive visual processes. At the early visual processes level, DYTA has ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. A Corrosion Test Station for Improved Characterization and Examination Capabilities of Advanced Nuclear Reactor Fuels and Materials

    SBC: Niowave, Inc.            Topic: 30i

    Advanced nuclear reactor systems utilize liquid metal coolants, which requires that reactor component materials be corrosion resistant while maintaining safety, reliability, and performance criteria in normal reactor operation as well as in accident scenarios. Niowave, in collaboration with Los Alamos National Laboratory and the University of Michigan, is currently developing a hybrid fast/thermal ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of Energy
  7. A COTS-based, Highly Mobile, Telerobotic Firefighter

    SBC: Cybernet Systems Corporation            Topic: N/A

    The military has a strong need for telerobotic fire fighting equipment because the current operating procedure for combating fires in hazardous areas is to deploy humans, but once the fire exceeds a predefined level, the people are removed from the scene and the fire is left to burn its course. There arc two problems with this procedure: first, people are put at risk since the fire fighters might ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of DefenseArmy
  8. Adaptable SoS Environment for M&S Tools

    SBC: Thermoanalytics, Inc.            Topic: AF181063

    Military sensor models comprise software codes that represent specific sensor technologies, such as infrared, radar, and LiDAR, so that sensor systems can be designed and integrated into Air Force platforms.Operating these codes requires system designers to expend considerable effort in translating the inputs and outputs of the various codes so that they interface properly. Integrating multiple se ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseAir Force
  9. Adaptive Compliant Wing


    Traditionally, engineered artifacts are designed to be strong and stiff. Designs in nature are strong but not stiff - they are compliant. Although nature thrives on use of compliance, the engineering world has traditionally limited itself to rigid structures and mechanisms. Practical solutions can be developed by exploiting preferred effects of compliance. Majority of current research in adapt ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of DefenseAir Force

    SBC: Technology Service Corporation            Topic: N/A

    The detection of low velocity targets by a high PRF surveillance radar such as the E-3 AWASCS is exacerbated by the two different clutter return phenomena: the J-Hook return and the Horseshoe return. The J-Hook return is observed primarily when the antenna points downward. In these geometries the clutter screen below the antenna may not adequately suppress the elevation sidelobe return, which ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of DefenseAir Force
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