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  1. FABRICATING STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS, SUCH AS I-BEAMS, FROM FIBERREINFORCED COMPOSITE MATERIALS.

    SBC: The Cumagna Corpon            Topic: N/A

    FABRICATING STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS, SUCH AS I-BEAMS, FROM FIBERREINFORCED COMPOSITE MATERIALS. THESE ELEMENTS ARE EXPECTEDTO BE EXTREMELY STRONG, ONE-FOURTH THE DENSITY OF STEEL, ANDTO PERMIT CONSIDERABLE SAVINGS IN THE COST OF ERECTION, MAINTENANCE, AND REPLACEMENT OF BRIDGES, ETC. PHASE I WILL PRODUCE, TEST, AND ANALYZE I-BEAMS FABRICATED FROM SEVERAL MAGNAWEAVE CONSTRUCTIONS (WEAVE GEOMETRIES); TH ...

    SBIR Phase I 1983 Department of Transportation
  2. POWDER SYSTEM

    SBC: Energy & Minerals Research            Topic: N/A

    TWO YEARS AGO IT WAS EXPERIMENTALLY SHOWN THAT CHARGED WATERDROPLETS COULD KNOCK-DOWN SMOKE RAPIDLY. WE NOW PROPOSE TO TO DEVELOP A DEVICE WHICH USES A CHRGED FINELY POWERED SOLIDAEROSOL TO KNOCK-DOWN SMOKE. USING A SOLID INSTEAD OF A LIQUID AEROSOL HAS SIGNIFICANT ADVANTAGES. THE SOLID PART ICLES CAN BE PRE-FORMED IN A READY-TO-USE STATE. PARTICLE SIZE CAN BE RIGOROUSLY CONTROLLED AND HAVE OPTIMU ...

    SBIR Phase I 1985 Department of Transportation
  3. DUE TO THE IMPROVED MECHNICAL PROPERTIES AND DURABILITY OF POLYMER CONCRETE MATERIALS, THERE IS A LOT OF INTEREST IN INTHE HIGHWAY COMMUNITY FOR USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR PAV PAVEMENT APPLICATIONS.

    SBC: Pahdalai Coatings Co.            Topic: N/A

    DUE TO THE IMPROVED MECHNICAL PROPERTIES AND DURABILITY OF POLYMER CONCRETE MATERIALS, THERE IS A LOT OF INTEREST IN INTHE HIGHWAY COMMUNITY FOR USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR PAV PAVEMENT APPLICATIONS. BUT THERE IS NO INFORMATION AVAILABLEABOUT ITS APPLICATION FOR AIRPORT RUNWAY USE. PANDALAI COATINGS COMPANY PROPOSES TO TAKE UP A STUDY OF POLYMER CONCRETE MATERIALS TO EVALUATE ITS FEASIBILITY AS AN ...

    SBIR Phase I 1985 Department of Transportation
  4. DEMONSTRATING THE PROFITABILITY OF LINKING PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT USING THE HORIZONTAL DEVELOPMENT PROCESS (HOP) TO PROVIDE FREE INCREMENTS OF TRANSIT FOR THE PUBLIC.

    SBC: Cityscope & Mobility Co            Topic: N/A

    PRIVATE INVESTMENTS IN TRANSPORTATION CAN BE PROFITABLE. THE HORIZONTAL DEVELOPMENT PROCESS (HDP), EMPLOYING A SPECIALIZED FORM OF PEOPLE-MOVER AS A HORIZONTAL ELEVATOR (H*E), MAXIMIZES THE DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL, REDUCES THE RISK OF HIGH COSTS OR LOW INVESTMENT RETURN. AN HDP GUIDE WITH INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL APPRAISALS INCLUDING PROFORMA DATA AND PRELIMINARY UTAG (URBAN TRANSPORTATION ACTION GRANT ...

    SBIR Phase I 1987 Department of Transportation
  5. SEAT BELT MANAGER FOR MIDSIZE CHILDREN

    SBC: Hy Zelkowitz Design & Mike's            Topic: N/A

    MIDSIZE CHILDREN (AGED 5-7) DO NOT PROPERLY FIT AVIALABLE ADULT SEAT BELT SYSTEMS AND OFTEN RESIST USING SCALED-UP TODDLER RESTRAINT SYSTEMS. OUR OBJECTIVE IS TO DEVELOP A SIMPLE LOW COST DEVICE TO REROUTE THE PATHWAYS OF THE STANDARD TWO AND THREE POINT BELT RESTRAINTS TO ACCOMMODATE THE SKELETAL SIZE OF THE MIDSIZE CHILD. THIS DEVICE WILL POSITION THE LAP BELT FORCES ACROSS THE ILIAC CREST TO PR ...

    SBIR Phase I 1990 Department of Transportation
  6. VIDEO COMPRESSION FOR TRANSMISSION OF ATC DISPLAYS TO REMOTETOWER CAB

    SBC: Delta Information Systems, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1991 Department of Transportation
  7. VIDEO COMPRESSION FOR TRANSMISSION OF ATC DISPLAYS TO REMOTETOWER CAB

    SBC: Delta Information Systems, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    THIS DOCUMENT IS AN SBIR TECHNICAL PROPOSAL SUBMITTED TO THEFEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION BY DELTA INFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC. IN RESPONSE TO SBIR SOLICITATION NUMBER 91-FA11. THE PURPOSE OF THE PROPOSED PROGRAM IS TO INVESTIGATE, ANALYZE, AND DESIGN ALTERNATIVE DATA COMPRESSION SYSTEMS TO EFFICIENTLY TRANSMIT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL DISPLAY DATA FROM MAJOR AIRPORTS TO SMALLER SATELLITE AIRPORTS ON LI ...

    SBIR Phase II 1992 Department of Transportation
  8. PRESSURE SENSITIVE MICROENCAPSULATED DYE SENSORS FOR USE WITH ANTHROPOMORPHIC CRASH TEST DEVICES

    SBC: MACH I Inc.            Topic: N/A

    THE PROPOSED RESEARCH ADDRESSES A NEED FOR A WORKABLE METHODOLOGY FOR RECORDING THE ENERGY FORCES FROM DIRECT AND SLIDING (ABRASION) CONTACTS ON ANTHROPOMORPHIC DEVICES WITHIN THE INTERIOR OF A VEHICLE ON IMPACT. THE SCOPE OF THIS PROPOSAL IS TO DETERMINE FEASIBILITY OF INCORPORATING CALIBRATED PRESSURE SENSITIVE MICROENCAPSULATED DYE (MED) SENSORS INTO A COATING THAT ADHERES TO ANTHROPOMORPHIC CR ...

    SBIR Phase I 1992 Department of Transportation
  9. ADVANCED ELECTRIC SWITCHING CONCEPTS FOR MAGLEV VEHICLES

    SBC: POWER SUPERCONDUCTOR APPLICATIONS CORP.            Topic: N/A

    THREE SYSTEMS OF ACTIVE GUIDEWAY SWITCHING CONCEPTS ARE PROPOSED WHICH USE FAIL- SAFE ELECTRICAL SWITCHING WITHOUT NEED FOR LARGE MECHANICAL MOVEMENT OF GUIDEWAY STRUCTURAL MEMBERS. THE SPECIFIC APPLICATION OF THIS APPARATUS TO A 300 MPH, 40- 80 TONNE CLASS MAGLEV VEHICLE OF 50-200 PASSENGERS IS USED AS A BASELINE DESIGN WITH A VEHICLE WIDTH 3.65 M AND EXTENDING IN LENGTH FROM 14 M TO 56 M. THE TH ...

    SBIR Phase I 1992 Department of Transportation
  10. ADVANCED MATERIAL CONCEPTS FOR GUARDRAIL END TREATMENTS

    SBC: TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT GROUP, INC.            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1992 Department of Transportation

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