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Passive Wireless Sensor System for Space and Structural Health MonitoringSBC: Aviana Molecular Technologies, LLC Topic: T1201
Aviana Molecular (Aviana) and the University of Central Florida (UCF) propose to develop a Passive Wireless Sensor System (PWSS) for Structural Health Monitoring (SHM). SAW sensors are lightweight, passive (battery-less), simple, reliable, scalable, sensitive, do not disturb the operating environment, can be permanently placed on the critical components, allow quick and inexpensive acquisition of ...STTR Phase I 2016 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Sustainable Water PurificationSBC: Streamline Automation, LLC Topic: T603
Newly developed phase-engineered and low dimensional materials have opened the door to the design of materials structures that exhibit extremely efficient ionic transport. Recently, a new type of electro-filtration system designed to convert thermal power into purified water from salt water (or other ionic pollutants) has been demonstrated in the lab. The system is based on a bi-phasic nanoplate ...STTR Phase I 2016 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
An Additive Manufacturing Technique for the Production of Electronic CircuitsSBC: Morningbird Media Corporation Topic: T1204
The proposed 9-month research project aims for the development of additive manufacturing techniques for the creation of electronic devices. It will develop an innovative additive manufacturing technique that combines the ink-based printing with laser melting technology to directly print a three-dimensional (3D) system with built-in electrical properties and functioning as an electronic device. Th ...STTR Phase I 2016 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Increasing the Performance of Autonomous Planetary Robots Through Environmental ManipulationsSBC: Protoinnovations, LLC Topic: T1101
ProtoInnovations, LLC and Carnegie Mellon University propose to research, design, develop, and test software tools and hardware that will greatly increase the performance of planetary robots by manipulating the environment around them. We are specifically interested in developing new planning algorithms and non-prehensile manipulation techniques and simple robotic tools that will allow rovers to ...STTR Phase I 2016 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Fiber Optic Health Monitoring of 3D Woven Preforms and Composites Employing Structurally Integrated SensorsSBC: MATERIALS RESEARCH & DESIGN INC Topic: T1201
Woven TPS (WTPS) is an attractive option for thermal protection because it allows for a design to be tailored to a specific mission ? material composition can be adjusted by weaving different fiber types together and controlling their placement using computer-controlled, automated, 3D weaving technology. NASA?s HEEET program is responsible for the development of WTPS, with the objective of enablin ...STTR Phase I 2016 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Multi Domain Modeling for Space SystemsSBC: Metamorph Inc Topic: T1102
A comprehensive model-based approach will be enabled for space systems design via the work started on Phase I of this project. The OpenMETA toolkit is a cyber-physical modeling tool for the design and virtual integration of complex systems, developed under the DARPA AVM Program. OpenMETA will be leveraged and extended to support NASA/JPL goals for multi-physics, multi-domain modeling, analysis, ...STTR Phase I 2015 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Ceramic Matrix Composite Environmental Barrier Coating Durability ModelSBC: MATERIALS RESEARCH & DESIGN INC Topic: T1202
As the power density of advanced engines increases, the need for new materials that are capable of higher operating temperatures, such as ceramic matrix composites (CMCs), is critical for turbine hot-section static and rotating components. Such advanced materials have demonstrated the promise to significantly increase the engine temperature capability relative to conventional super alloy metallic ...STTR Phase I 2015 National Aeronautics and Space Administration