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  1. Power-On Missile Stage Separation Simulation

    SBC: COMBUSTION RESEARCH & FLOW TECHNOLOGY INC            Topic: A09133

    Our proposal involves the formulation and development of innovative technical approaches for accurately simulating the transient power-on separation event for a multi stage, supersonic/hypersonic missile. As part of this Phase II effort we will undertake the development and validation of a time dependent, self adaptive, overset mesh approach for handling the complex grids needed for missile stage ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
  2. Air-Breathing Missile Thrust Measurement

    SBC: COMBUSTION RESEARCH & FLOW TECHNOLOGY INC            Topic: A09134

    Our Phase II program will provide for the design, fabrication, and testing of skin friction gauges and force measurement modules that will operate in a hypersonic scramjet propulsive flowpath with hydrogen/air combustion. Gauges will be installed in the CUBRC Combustion Duct and a test matrix performed to demonstrate operability as well as to provide detailed data for the validation of CFD codes. ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
  3. Ultra High Pressure Jet Propellant-8 (JP-8) Fuel Injection

    SBC: STURMAN INDUSTRIES, INC.            Topic: A09199

    Future military diesel engines will require fuel system improvements to meet their desired performance targets including increased power density, increased fuel economy, reduced heat rejection and the ability to operate on different heavy hydrocarbon fuels, especially JP-8. Hydraulically intensified, ultra high pressure fuel injectors, together with advanced closed-loop engine controls, provide th ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
  4. High Efficiency Multi-band Mid-Infrared Supercontinuum Fiber Laser for DIRCM

    SBC: OMNI SCIENCES, INC.            Topic: A09069

    Fixed and rotary winged aircraft require directed infrared counter-measures (DIRCM) systems to self-protect against heat seeking missiles, and the DIRCM multi-spectral light source is a key enabling technology and differentiator. Omni Sciences, Inc. (OSI), has developed a Mid-Infrared Super-Continuum Laser (MISCL) for DIRCM and other DoD applications that uses COTS components from the mature telec ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. High Power Laser Triggered Carbon Nanotube Switch

    SBC: ACCURATE AUTOMATION CORPORATION            Topic: A09179

    Accurate Automation Corporation proposes to develop a high power switch with a laser trigger to minimize pulse-to-pulse jitter. The switch will incorporate carbon nanotube electrodes for long life and high current capacity. The initial design of the switch will provide switching of up to 25 kV DC. The integral control of the switch will allow multiple switches to be triggered simultaneously or in ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. Portable Electric Capacitive Desalination

    SBC: Physical Optics Corporation            Topic: A09116

    To address the Armys need for a man-portable desalinator to support the Individual Soldier On-The-Move Hydration System, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) has developed a Portable Electric Capacitive Desalination (PECAD) system. PECAD is based on the innovative implementation of capacitive deionization: separation of salt from water by electric polarization of porous electrodes, which produces dri ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
  7. Compact, Lightweight Intelligent Cartridge for Interoperable fuel Transport, the CliC-it

    SBC: UltraCell LLC            Topic: A09086

    CERDECs target for this project is to develop a refueling platform for methanol fuel cells with a common family of valves and cartridges plus a target goal of a single fuel. UltraCell successfully partnered with the leading methanol fuel cell manufacturers (UltraCell, Smart Fuel Cell, and Protonex) to meet these requirements with the CliC-it concept. This project will further the development of th ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
  8. Semi-Autonomous Manipulator Control Using 2D and 3D Scene Recognition

    SBC: AUTONOMOUS SOLUTIONS INC            Topic: A09187

    Autonomous Solutions, Inc. (ASI) has teamed with Johns Hopkins Universitys Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics (LCSR) to continue its Phase I development of autonomous manipulation and grasping behaviors for robotic manipulators. The team will continue the Phase I effort to engineer a system which will: Rely primarily on low-cost and ubiquitous monocular vision to allow for position ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
  9. Thermoelectric-Powered Field Kitchen Appliances

    SBC: Advanced Mechanical Technology, Inc.            Topic: A09162

    Cooking appliances in U.S. Army field kitchens are currently heated by burning JP-8 fuel using electrically powered burners. Power is supplied by a separate JP-8 fired generator that serves multiple appliances simultaneously. This is inefficient, as generators are only 20-25% efficient, and unreliable since failure of the generator results in the failure of the entire kitchen operation. This is a ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
  10. High Operating Temperature MWIR FPA Camera Based on M-Structure Type-II Superlattices

    SBC: MP Technologies, LLC            Topic: A09083

    Current high-performance MWIR FPAs require cooling with a cryo-cooler to ~77 K, the cryo-cooler that limits the system lifetime. If the FPA operation temperature can be raised to>170 K without sacrificing performance, then lower power and longer lifetime MWIR cameras should be possible. Type-II InAs/GaSb superlattices represent the most promising material system capable of delivering a camera oper ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
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