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  1. Development of Non-Toxic Cores for Small Caliber Projectiles

    SBC: Texas Research Institute, Austin, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    The use of lead projectile cores in current U.S. Army small caliber ammunition has caused increasing concern over the environmental contamination of military firing ranges and surrounding areas. A number of military firing ranges are in danger of being closed due to high levels of lead contamination. TRI/Austin proposes to demonstrate the feasibility of developing a non-toxic, lead free, cost ef ...

    SBIR Phase I 1995 ArmyDepartment of Defense
  2. Methods for Non-Destructive Analysis of Fatigue in Cranes

    SBC: Texas Research Institute, Austin, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Sudden, catastrophic fatigue failures in 40 to 50 year old Navy cranes pose a significant danger to personnel and facilities. These aging cranes are currently used to lift nuclear materials and other sensitive payloads. Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE) methods of fatigue crack analysis are urgently needed, before more cranes experience failures leading to the uncontrolled dropping of the load. ...

    SBIR Phase I 1995 NavyDepartment of Defense
  3. Composite 5"/70 Caliber Barrel Componenet for MK-45 Gun Upgrade

    SBC: Texas Research Institute, Austin, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    The Naval Surface Fire support program is developing an upgrade to the Mk-45 gun which will require enhanced propellant charges to increase muzzle energy. The gun barrel needs to be lengthened from a 5"/54 to a 5"/70 caliber to allow sufficient in-bore volume for the complete combustion of the propellant while keeping the muzzle exit pressure within shipboard limits. The 5"/70 caliber barrel must. ...

    SBIR Phase I 1996 NavyDepartment of Defense
  4. Fast Room Temperature Cure for Adhesives for Fiber Optic Connectors

    SBC: Texas Research Institute, Austin, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Navy fiber optic connectors use a heat cured adhesive to hold the fiber within the connector ferrule. A cure time of twenty minutes at 120¿ C is currently required. A fast curing (< 3 minutes), room temperature cure adhesive with physical properties that meet the current specification (MIL-A-24792) would result in substantial time and cost savings during connector installation. Texas Res ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 NavyDepartment of Defense
  5. Fast Room Temperature Cure for Adhesives for Fiber Optic Connectors

    SBC: Texas Research Institute, Austin, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Navy fiber optic connectors use a heat cured adhesive to hold the fiber within the connector ferrule. A cure time of twenty minutes at 120¿ C is currently required. A fast curing (< 3 minutes), room temperature cure adhesive with physical properties that meet the current specification (MIL-A-24792) would result in substantial time and cost savings during connector installation. Texas Res ...

    SBIR Phase I 1996 NavyDepartment of Defense
  6. Castable Structural Polyurethane Sensor Outer Heads/Housings

    SBC: Texas Research Institute, Austin, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    The photonics mast (PM) and integrated ESM mast outer sensor heads/housings planned for advanced submarine (NSSN) system applications will be exposed to demanding structural loads and severe environmental exposures. The PM housings must be able to withstand hydrostatic loads, hydrodynamic loads, underwater explosive shock, mechanical wave slap shock, wind loads, thermal shock, and exposure to ...

    SBIR Phase I 1996 NavyDepartment of Defense
  7. Develop A Generic Structural Composite Material to Meet MIL-STD-2031

    SBC: Texas Research Institute, Austin, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    The use of polymer matrix composites aboard U.S. Navy submarines has been limited to applications outside the pressure hull. However, there has been increasing interest in developing composite materials for structural applications inside the pressure hull. This new interest in composite materials is due to the increased need for low cost, lightweight, corrosion-free alternatives to submarine ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 NavyDepartment of Defense
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    SBC: Texas Research Institute, Austin, Inc.            Topic: N/A

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    SBIR Phase II 1999 NavyDepartment of Defense
  9. Design of Optimal Outboard Electrical Cables

    SBC: Texas Research Institute, Austin, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Outboard electrical cable arrays, particularly those in the Vertical Launch System (VLS), have had numerous failures which have led to the loss of weapon readiness and high maintenance/replacement costs. The failures can be attributed to the extremely aggressive environment in which the cables reside. Cables are housed in a free flooded zone, and routinely undergo hydrostatic, thermal, and m ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 NavyDepartment of Defense
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    SBC: Texas Research Institute, Austin, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase II 1999 NavyDepartment of Defense

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