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Attitude Control Enhancement Using Distributed Wing Load Sensing for Dynamic Servoelastic ControlSBC: Systems Technology, Inc. Topic: T402
Strain sensor information is used in nature to achieve robust flight, good rejection of wind disturbances, and stable head motion. Similar man-made sensing devices will be used to demonstrate flight control using Fly-by-Feel, with the overall objective of achieving similarly good performance with piloted and autonomous vehicles. The Phase I work demonstrated the feasibility of using strain sensor ...STTR Phase II 2014 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Radiation Hard Monolithic SDRAM to Support DDR2 and DDR3 ArchitecturesSBC: Space Micro Inc. Topic: T1501
Space Micro has developed the architecture for a radiation hardened memory subsystem that targets DDR3-and-beyond generations of DRAM. The architecture combines server platform error correction and memory buffer-on-board schemes with Space Micro proprietary techniques for radiation hardening and size, weight, and power reduction. During the NASA Phase I effort, Space Micro demonstrated two key ele ...STTR Phase II 2014 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
MEMS Based Solutions for an Integrated and Miniaturized Multi-Spectrum Energy Harvesting and Conservation SystemSBC: Radiance Technologies, Inc. Topic: T301
The objective of this proposal is to integrate three unique energy harvesting technologies utilizing our existing research strengths that will be of interest and utility to NASA applications and environmental conditions. By developing multiple technologies, NASA will be able to harvest energy from multiple waste energy sources, namely environmental vibrations, thermal energy, and solar flux. These ...STTR Phase II 2014 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
An LED-Based, Laboratory-Scale Solar Simulator for Advanced 3, 4, 5 & 6 Junction Space Photovoltaic Power SystemsSBC: Angstrom Designs, Inc. Topic: T201
As a result of significant technical effort, the Phase I was successful in delivering a solar simulator prototype that not only proved the initial concept but will significantly reduce future risk and increase our ability to deliver a fully-functional solar simulator in Phase II. The proposed innovation is an LED-based, laboratory-scale, solar simulator. The proposed innovation simulates AM0 re ...STTR Phase II 2014 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Particle Flow Physics Modeling for Extreme EnvironmentsSBC: CFD RESEARCH CORPORATION Topic: T403
The liberation of particles induced by rocket plume flow from spacecraft landing on unprepared regolith of the Moon, Mars, and other destinations poses high mission risks for robotic and human exploration activities. This process occurs in a combination of "extreme environments" that combine low gravity, little or no atmosphere, rocket exhaust gas flow that is supersonic and partially rarefied, an ...STTR Phase II 2014 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
High-Fidelity Prediction of Launch Vehicle Lift-off Acoustic EnvironmentSBC: CFD RESEARCH CORPORATION Topic: T101
Launch vehicles experience extreme acoustic loads during liftoff driven by the interaction of rocket plumes and plume-generated acoustic waves with ground structures. Currently employed predictive capabilities are too dissipative to accurately resolve the propagation of waves throughout the launch environment. Higher fidelity non-dissipative analysis tools are critically needed to design mitigatio ...STTR Phase II 2014 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Power Generating Coverings and CasingsSBC: STREAMLINE AUTOMATION LLC Topic: T301
Advances in structured heterogeneity together with nanomaterials tailoring has made it possible to create thermoelectrics using high temperature, polymer composites. While such thermoelectrics do not have the capability to approach the efficiency of top performing ceramic modules such as BiTe, they do provide two unique aspects of use in energy scavenging: the ability to conform to irregular large ...STTR Phase II 2014 National Aeronautics and Space Administration