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  1. Design and Development of ZnO Nanowire based UV/IR Sensors for Threat Detection and Threat Warning Applications

    SBC: MAGNOLIA OPTICAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: N09T004

    Next generation UV Nanotechnology based sensors are needed for a variety of Naval Systems that includes Threat detection, Hostile fire indication (HFI) and Threat Warning Applications. Magnolia as part of the proposed Phase II STTR Program plans to design, and develop high sensitivity ZnMgO/ZnO nanowire based detector arrays for next generation multicolor sensor applications. The key components of ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. Toolkit for Training Disparately Skilled Participants

    SBC: VCRSOFT LLC            Topic: N09T007

    In any large-scale training exercise, it is difficult to provide all trainees with training objectives commensurate with their skills levels, experience or expertise. The TARGETS and EBAT training and performance measurement methodologies were developed by Dr. Eduardo Salas at UCF. In this project, we are utilizing TARGETS and EBAT to develop a software toolkit that is integrated with the CDMTS si ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. Manufacturing of Physical Scale Models for Signature Reduction

    SBC: TEXAS RESEARCH INSTITUTE , AUSTIN, INC.            Topic: N09T016

    The suppression of a ship’s magnetic signature is important in the effort to thwart detection by adversarial forces and prevent engagement with magnetic fused weapons. There are two ways to model ship magnetic signatures; through the use of finite element based analytical models and through the use of physical scale models (PSM). Finite element based analytical models are less expensive and have ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Tunable High Pulsed Energy Blue Fiber Laser

    SBC: AGILTRON, INC.            Topic: N09T006

    Leveraging on our extensive production experience in fiber optical components and fiber lasers, AGILTRON proposes to realize a new high pulse energy tunable blue laser with doped ZBLAN fiber. Based on enhanced blue upconversion by properly selected co-dopant materials, the proposed blue fiber laser will be able to generate high power. Furthermore, using beam combing technology, we will combine mul ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. Implementation and performance evaluation of the Fast On-line pREdiCtion of Aircraft State Trajectories (FORECAST) System

    SBC: SCIENTIFIC SYSTEMS CO INC            Topic: N09T005

    The main objective of the Phase II work is to enhance the FORECAST algorithms developed in Phase I, extend them to 3D in the case of multi-rate sensors and significant wind effects, develop effective tuning procedures, and evaluate the performance of the FORECAST system on test data. In order to achieve these objectives, we plan to carry out the following tasks: (i) Extend FORECAST algorithms to 3 ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  6. A Pressure-Dependent Detailed Chemical Kinetic Model for JP-10 Combustion

    SBC: REACTION ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL            Topic: N09T011

    Investigations into JP-10 combustion chemistry thus far can be characterized as preliminary. The detailed chemical kinetic mechanisms that have been published are limited in their ability to reproduce experimental data. The combustion chemistry of JP-10 is highly complex, involving hundreds if not thousands of species and thousands of chemical reactions. A detailed kinetic model capable of predict ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. ADAPT: Adaptive Device for Adaptive Performance Training

    SBC: APTIMA INC            Topic: N09T028

    Irregular warfare is increasingly the dominant form of military engagement. It is dynamic and unforgiving of errors, requiring warfighters to adapt fluidly to novel, complex, and ill-defined problems. The goal of this Phase II STTR is to implement and refine a training tool that builds adaptive expertise. The system teaches the learner to recognize and understand the fundamental principles underly ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  8. Preventing Simulator Sickness of Onboard Flight Simulators

    SBC: VIVONICS INC            Topic: N08T011

    Current issues with forward deployed flight simulator sickness prevent flight simulators from being used to their fullest potential. Infoscitex and the Mayo Clinic have been jointly developing a system for incorporating a vestibular display into flight simulators. In the Phase I program, we successfully demonstrated that using the vestibular display with a fixed-base simulator reduces both the inc ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  9. Thermal-Shock-Resistant Sensor Windows and Domes for High-Speed Flight Made of Low-Expansion Ceramics

    SBC: Materials and Systems Research, Inc.            Topic: N08T003

    This Small Business Technology Transfer Research (STTR) Phase II proposal from Materials and Systems Research, Inc. (MSRI) and University of Utah (research institution) seeks to fabricate single-phase, polycrystalline tungstate ceramics with densities greater than 99.95% and a mean grain size of less than 1 um. These ceramics have been chosen because of their low thermal expansion and low elastic ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. Innovative Concepts for Non-Thermal Based Anti-Icing/De-Icing of Rotor Blade Leading Edges

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: N08T013

    Icing is among aviation’s most serious weather hazards because it renders aircraft unflyable before flight and severely reduces aircraft performance during flight. Existing approaches for mitigating ice accretion on leading edges, such as the inflatable boot and liquid deicer can significantly increase weight, power requirements and manufacturing complexity without providing sufficient reliabili ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
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