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SBC: NUTRONICS, INC. Topic: AF18AT007
Nutronics, Inc. and Montana State University propose to develop a method for characterization of the full Mueller matrix for reflective scattering from a test object. The Complex Object Reflectance Characterization System (CORCS) will initially be designed for laboratory use and characterization of test objects by active imaging to measure both the Mueller Matrix and the target depth associated wi ...STTR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: NUTRONICS, INC. Topic: AF18AT008
Nutronics, Inc. and Montana State University propose to develop an approach for non-linear control of hysteresis and incorporate (if necessary) integrated Multi-Input-Multi-Output real time control with this capability.Our control systems already include a proven high speed real time control approach to determine the optimal set of actuator commands that satisfy inter-actuator stroke limitations.O ...STTR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: Guidestar Optical Systems, Inc. Topic: AF18AT008
Adaptive optics (AO) system performance is hindered by the mechanical limits of the deformable mirror (DM), namely stroke limits, interactuator stroke limits, and mechanical resonance.The nature of the multi-in multi-out (MIMO) control system does not lend itself well to notch filters to combat the mechanical resonances, and the stroke limits introduce non-linearities to the system.The traditional ...STTR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: AMERICAN TECHNICAL COATINGS, INC. Topic: AF18AT013
The advancement of flight vehicles, including hypersonic vehicles, requires increased performance from RF shielding material capable of withstanding the dynamic and thermal loads of the vehicle while maintaining RF performance.Efforts conducted as a response to this program will develop and characterize material for use as radomes and conformal apertures of flight vehicles and other extreme enviro ...STTR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseAir Force
Laser and Rapid-thermal Crystallization of Low-defect GeSn and SiGeSn Layers for High Performance Infrared Detectors and Integrated Si-based Optoelectronic DevicesSBC: EPITAXIAL LABORATORY INC Topic: AF16AT28
latereThis proposal describes the development of a process to synthesize low defect Ge1-xSnx and SiyGe1-x-ySnx layers on silicon and silicon-on-insulator (SOI) substrates through low thermal budget laser and rapid thermal annealing/crystallization for high performance mid-wave infrared (MWIR) photo detectors and integrated Si-based optoelectronic devices. In phase I, we demonstrated synthesis of G ...STTR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: METNA CO Topic: A17AT016
The NMR relaxometry instrument developed in Phase I project will be refined and thoroughly calibrated for nondestructive evaluation of the structure and properties of polymer-inorganic interfaces. The system design, operation conditions and data acquisition/analysis algorithms will be improved for precise and reliable evaluation of the structure and properties of the interfaces formed between dive ...STTR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: D'Angelo Technologies, LLC Topic: N18AT014
There is a need to create an automated, adaptive, real time coaching module that can integrate the Conning Officer Virtual Environment (COVE) along with the associated Intelligent Tutor System (COVE-ITS) and the Conning-Officer Ship Handling Assessment (COSA) together. By automating the evaluation process, Surface Warfare Officers (SWOs) will have the opportunity to use the COVE simulations more f ...STTR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseNavy
Quantifying Uncertainty in the Mechanical Performance of Additively Manufactured Parts Due to Material and Process VariationSBC: MRL MATERIALS RESOURCES LLC Topic: N16AT004
Additive manufacturing is an extremely customizable process; however, variations in the chosen build parameters can lead to drastic differences in part performance. The performance variation due to process parameters is still not well understood, and propagating all uncertainties from the various sources has been a challenge. Sources of AM parts’ performance variability include uncertainties in ...STTR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseNavy
Optimized High Performance Stainless Steel Powder for Selective Laser Melting Additive Manufacturing (AM)SBC: Shepra, Inc. Topic: N16AT007
Stainless steel is a vital component of many air, land and sea systems that support the Navy warfighter. In particular, 17-4 precipitation hardened stainless steel, (17-4 PH SS) with its extrodinary combination of strength, ductility, high temperature performance and corrosion resistance plays an important role in supporting the warfighter. When processed conventionally, 17-4 PH SS typical exhibit ...STTR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: ISSAC Corp Topic: N16AT009
During the Phase II effort, the ISSAC Team will investigate several objectives and questions posed in Phase I efforts, in order to best develop a draft specification for NGES MVDC DLI systems. This includes exploring notional and conceptual architectures and discerning thresholds for DLI parameters; exploring individual and hybrid protection plan technologies to drive performance requirements for ...STTR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseNavy