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  1. Additively Manufactured Inflatable Hulls- Improved Survivability- 20% Total Ownership Cost Reduction

    SBC: Response Technologies, LLC            Topic: DLA152001

    Seam failures of flexible inflatable hulls is the primary reason for failures of military RHIBS and CRCs.These failures are a result of the current manufacturing methods being used, and which have been in place for over fifty years.Whats more, the manufacturing methods and fragmented supply chain of these hulls result in very long and unreliable lead times.These shortcomings impact the survivabili ...

    SBIR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  2. Rotorcraft Fuel Bladder Weight and Total Ownership Cost Reduction

    SBC: Response Technologies, LLC            Topic: DLA182001

    Response Technologies will attempt to qualify to MIL-DTL-27422Fs phase I performance testing criteria for thefuel cell test cubes[Class BSemi rigid or self-supporting fuel construction, Type ISelf-sealing, and Protection Level CFull self-sealing against 50 caliber and partial self-sealing against 14.5 mm] .Response Technologiesuses an additive manufacturing process that initially creates a textile ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  3. Seamless Flexible Fuel Tanks- 65% TOC Reduction

    SBC: Response Technologies, LLC            Topic: DLA152001

    The DoD uses flexible fuel bladders in multiple air, ground, and sea vehicles because they: 1) easily fit into almost any space, 2) are corrosion resistant, and can often be self-sealing and explosion resistant, 3) allow for customized placement of fittings and connection points, and 4) these flexible tanks can collapse as they empty, thereby reducing the need for venting and minimizing sloshing a ...

    SBIR Phase II 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  4. DLA152-001

    SBC: Response Technologies, LLC            Topic: DLA152001

    The DoD uses flexible fuel bladders in multiple air, ground, and sea vehicles because: 1) they easily fit into almost any space, 2) they are corrosion proof, and can often be self-sealing and explosion proof, 3) they allow for customized placement of fittings and connection points, 4) they collapse as they empty, thereby eliminating the need for venting and minimizing fuel sloshing and its associa ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  5. Application Additions to the Long Range Ball Bar for Multi-axis Machine Capability Analysis

    SBC: IQL Independent Quality Labs, Inc.            Topic: DLA08001

    Testing of machine tools has been evolving for nearly 100 years. The advent of low cost computer data analysis, control and communication has allowed the design, manufacture and inspection of complex contoured surfaces. The need to ever decrease the tolerances has led to the development of machine tools which can no longer be tested with these old methods. These machines must be evaluated within ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  6. DGPS-Based Trilateration Positioning Receiver

    SBC: Swaszek Peter            Topic: 07FH1

    Positioning and navigation have become a mainstay of everyday life in the U.S.; applications of interest include navigation of vehicles of all kinds, infrastructure mapping, and safety of life systems. Many of these recent applications have become possible through the GPS. With the recognized vulnerabilities of GPS, it is evident that equivalent backup systems must be developed. One possible so ...

    SBIR Phase I 2008 Department of Transportation
  7. MARKETING AND ENGINEERING ANALYSIS OF SPVD APPLICATIONS

    SBC: KVH INDUSTRIES, INC.            Topic: N/A

    KVH INDUSTRIES PROPOSES TO THOROUGHLY INVESTIGATE BOTH CONVENTIONAL AND INNOVATIVE USES FOR THE SELF POWERED VEHICLE DETECTOR (SPVD) AND TO MODIFY THE EXISTING DESIGN, IF REQUIRED, TO MEET THE SPECIFICATIONS OF THE NEW APPLICATIONS. THE OVERALL GOAL OF THE PROPOSED SBIR PHASE IEFFORT CAN BE SUBDIVIDED INTO THREE FUNDAMENTAL OBJECTIVES: RESEARCH INTO THE VARIOUS APPLICATIONS OF SPVD TECHNOLOGY AND ...

    SBIR Phase I 1990 Department of Transportation
  8. LOW COST SMART MAGNETOMETER FOR TRAIN DETECTION/MONITORING

    SBC: KVH INDUSTRIES, INC.            Topic: N/A

    PRESENT TRAIN DETECTION SCHEMES RELY LARGELY ON A LOW RESISTANCE THROUGH THE TRAIN'S WHEELS TO PERTURBATE A STABLE ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT. WHILE ELEGANT IN PRINCIPLE, THE DESIGN IS PLAGUED BY OXIDE FILMS AND MATERIAL BUILDUP ON THE RAIL, SNEAK PATHS THROUGH THE BALLAST AND OTHER UNCONTROLLABLE VARIABLES. KVH INDUSTRIES PROPOSES TO DESIGN AND DELIVER A "SMART MAGNETOMETER"-BASED SENSOR PACKAGE WHICH WI ...

    SBIR Phase II 1995 Department of Transportation
  9. LOW COST SMART MAGNETOMETER FOR TRAIN DETECTION/MONITORING

    SBC: KVH INDUSTRIES, INC.            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1993 Department of Transportation
  10. OCEAN WAVE ENERGY CONVERTER

    SBC: Ocean Wave Energy Co            Topic: N/A

    MAJOR AIDS TO NAVIGATION (ATON) ARE ESSENTIAL SIGNPOSTS FOR SAFE PASSAGE ALONG COASTAL AND OFFSHORE SEAWAYS. PRESENTLY, THEIR SIGNALS ARE POWERED BY ON-SITE ENGINE GENERATORS REQUIRING CONSIDERABLE AND COSTLY MAINTENANCE. ATON AUTONOMY WILL BE GREATLY INCREASED WITH DEEP DISCHARGE BATTERY TECHNOLOGY PROVIDING THAT ON-SITE CHARGING SOURCES ARE USED. AMONG NATURALLY AVAILABLE SOURCES, THE UNCEASING ...

    SBIR Phase I 1989 Department of Transportation

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