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  1. Low-Cost Chaos Radar

    SBC: TECHFLOW SCIENTIFIC            Topic: A11aT001

    To address the Army"s Phase-II requirements for a low-cost chaos-based radar demonstrator, TechFlow and its research partners- the University of New Mexico and Forza Silicon Corp., will implement and test a prototype E-band chaos radar system incorporating a coherent receiver. In Phase I, the TechFlow team performed a comprehensive study of the coherent chaos-based modulation scheme described by C ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseArmy
  2. Improve pyrotechnic smoke formulations that produce low flame

    SBC: POLARIS SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: A11aT026

    The objective of this research is to develop materials that replace the current generation of visible smoke formulations used by the U.S. military. In particular the materials must produce low or no flame so that they don't present a fire hazard, have relatively low toxicity, and are efficient. The efficiency is defined in a figure of merit that combines fill factor, yield factor, extinctio ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseArmy
  3. High-Performance Magnesium Alloys and Composites by Efficient Vapor Phase Processing

    SBC: Directed Vapor Technologies International, Inc.            Topic: A14AT007

    The low density of magnesium makes it of interest for the development of advanced materials having high specific strength and stiffness. Current Mg applications, however, are limited by the performance and cost/quality relationships of existing Mg-alloy systems. One approach to obtain improved Mg alloys is through the development of new alloys and/or Mg-based composite materials that are enabled t ...

    STTR Phase I 2014 Department of DefenseArmy
  4. High Fidelity Obscurant Modeling for Sensor Simulations

    SBC: SIMULATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC            Topic: A11aT004

    A technique that enables new methods of obscurant modeling with faster rendering while maintaining or improving physical fidelity is proposed. The proposed technique not only exhibits the statistics of voxel based obscurants, but matches real-world data as well. The main objective from Phase II efforts will be a further refinement of the flow field and particle technique of generating physically c ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. Freeze Casting of Tubular Sulfur Tolerant Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

    SBC: MILLENNITEK, LLC            Topic: A14AT011

    Solid oxide fuel cells have long suffered from degradation due to impurities in the fuel and complexities associated with dissimilar materials and high operating temperatures. This degradation lowers the usable cell power output and requires ancillary equipment for fuel sulfur removal and reformation. A unique microstructure for the tubular anode will be produced using a novel freeze-casting tec ...

    STTR Phase I 2014 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. First-principles-based framework for discovery and design of sustainable non-rare-earth high-temperature alloy systems

    SBC: CFD RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: OSD12T06

    The aim of this STTR program is to develop protocols to discover rare-earth-free/rare-earth-lean magnetic alloys for replacing rare earth (RE) -based alloys for reducing the dependence of supply from China. The development of non-RE high temperature magnetic materials is very challenging. In Phase I, CFDRC in collaboration with its university partner has demonstrated a proof-of-concept computation ...

    STTR Phase II 2014 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
  7. Cobalt-Free Environmentally Green Process to Produce Fine Grained WC

    SBC: Thor Technologies, Inc.            Topic: OSD12T07

    The proposed work will result in a method for production of dense, hard, tough, strong tungten carbide (WC) ceramic material for ultimate use as the penetrating core in armor piercing projectiles. Focus is on the development and feasibility of a titanium silicon carbide (Ti3SiC2) based matrix as a replacement for cobalt based materials currently used. Ti3SiC2 is a so called ductile ceramic which ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseArmy
  8. Chemical Analyzer System for In Situ and Real Time Surface Monitoring for Composition Control During Synthesis of Compound Semiconductor Films

    SBC: Staib Instruments, Inc.            Topic: A13AT011

    The overall objective of this proposal is to evaluate the new in-situ growth monitoring system, Auger Probe, in an MBE environment for reliable and reproducible, highly precise results. State-of-the art data manipulation techniques will be used without impacting the growth process (MBE in this case). Using Auger Electron Spectrometry (AES), the Probe system will be used for in situ, real time an ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseArmy
  9. Chemical Analyzer System for In Situ and Real Time Surface Monitoring for Composition Control During Synthesis of Compound Semiconductor Films

    SBC: Staib Instruments, Inc.            Topic: A13AT011

    The area of thin film growth has progressed rapidly, producing many high performance new materials which require accuracy of their atomic composition to perform as expected. Any method to provide real time in situ information about the elemental composition of the growing surface is highly valuable for these new, complicated materials. Utilizing a new instrument design, the Phase I project team ...

    STTR Phase II 2014 Department of DefenseArmy
  10. Biologically-Derived Targeted Antimicrobials for Textile Applications

    SBC: TECHULON, INC.            Topic: A14AT012

    Skin infections caused by bacteria represent a significant risk to wounded soldiers. The most common source of bacterial infection is found in the fabrics of clothing, boots, and gear worn by the warfighter. Reducing the risk of infection for soldiers by treating the source fabrics will lead to positive outcome and support medically-related activities in non-sterile environments encountered by t ...

    STTR Phase I 2014 Department of DefenseArmy
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