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  1. Miniature Electronic Sniffer for Navy Vertical Take off Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (VTUAVs)

    SBC: IONFINITY, LLC            Topic: N06T010

    We propose to jointly develop a miniaturized novel chemical sensor system through a collaborative effort between IonFinity, LLC, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and Imaginative Technologies, LLC. This field portable chemical sensor system consists of 1) a new and powerful detector called a Differential Mobility Spectrometer (DMS) developed by Imaginative Technologies, and 2) a novel “soft-io ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. Advanced Composite Sandwich Panel Architecture for Improved Performance at Reduced Weight and Cost

    SBC: KaZaK Composites Incorporated            Topic: N06T017

    The Navy is currently developing advanced surface combatants like DD(X), LPD-17, LCS and CVX to meet challenges of the 21st century. The desire to reduce maintenance cost and weight makes the use of composite structures very attractive, but cost of manufacturing large composite structures remains a significant technology barrier. KaZaK and UMass Lowell propose to develop pultrusion technology of b ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. Large, Low Cost Composite Pultruded Panels with Integrated Joint Edge Details Tailored for CHARC

    SBC: KaZaK Composites Incorporated            Topic: N06T021

    KaZaK Composites and U-Maine propose to work with Lockheed Martin to develop and test state of the art composite materials, configurations and manufacturing methods meeting difficult structural, impact, weight and low cost objectives for application to Lockheed Martin’s CHARC LCS off-board vehicle. This proposal addresses technology development complementing and extending KaZaK’s current Ship- ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Miniature Electronic Sniffer for Navy Vertical Take off Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (VTUAVs)

    SBC: MAKEL ENGINEERING, INC.            Topic: N06T010

    Makel Engineering Inc. and Universities Space Research Institute propose to develop a reliable, low false alarm system for use with VTUAVs to provide standoff detection capabilities for surface vessels during encounters with potentially explosive-laden vessels. The proposed glow-discharge based detection system would be extremely compact (

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. Automation of Analysis Model Creation

    SBC: MATHEMATICAL SYSTEMS & SOLUTIONS, INC.            Topic: N06T018

    The present text proposes the development of a computational infrastructure to enable rapid creation of high-quality conforming finite-element computational models---compatible with all existing finite-element simulation tools. The specific proofs-of-concept to be pursued in the Phase I will revolve around generation of tetrahedral meshes, but extensions to other types of finite-element types (e.g ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseNavy
  6. Advanced System of Systems Design Capability

    SBC: MICHIGAN ENGINEERING SERVICES LLC            Topic: N06T016

    Successful advanced Naval ship design must be based on integrating multiple cross-functional systems. Future Naval systems will require innovation and a systematic integration in order to achieve increasingly demanding mission profiles in a cost effective manner. Since a large amount of the design cost (up to 80%) is locked during the conceptual phase, it is important to include both the traditi ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. Hearing Protection for High-Noise Environments

    SBC: MONOPOLE RESEARCH            Topic: AF06T035

    We propose to develop high-fidelity numerical simulation tools to be used in the analysis and assessment of bone conduction of sound in the human head and the desigh of noise protection devices. The proposed approach utilizes boundary and volumetric integral equation methods, and will constitute an extension of our currently developed approach from acoustics to coupled elasticity-theory and acou ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseAir Force
  8. Functionalized Nanotubes for High Performance Composites

    SBC: Nanolab, Inc            Topic: N06T031

    Carbon nanotubes, have extraordinary mechanical properties, but these properties are difficult to manifest in composites, due to their limited interfacial bonding, and therefore the inability to transfer loads from a polymer matrix. Chemical functionalization of the nanotube surface is required to improve the interfacial load transfer, but functionalization may degrade the tensile properties of th ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseNavy
  9. High Resolution Micro-meteorological Tools for Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) Contaminant Transport and Dispersal Predictions

    SBC: Next Century Corporation            Topic: N06T037

    Next Century Corporation and the University of Washington’s Department of Atmospheric Sciences propose development of the Micro-Meteorological Modeling (M3) system with the goal of rapidly performing high-resolution atmospheric dispersion modeling, ideally down to the microscale level, with a high degree of accuracy and confidence. Our M3 graphical user interface will provide the user with a hi ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. Skin-Friction Drag Reduction from Superhydrophobic Coatings of Textured Hyperbranched Polymers

    SBC: OXAZOGEN, INC.            Topic: N06T024

    Previous studies have shown that superhydrophobic surfaces have skin-friction drag reducing properties in the laminar flow region, but not in the turbulent flow region. The drag reducing properties of superhydrophobic surfaces are recognized to result from air voids trapped in the surface, and the apparent lack of effectiveness in the turbulent flow region could result from: (1) lack of robust air ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseNavy
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