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  1. Modeling and Optimizing Turbines for Unsteady Flow

    SBC: HYPERCOMP INC            Topic: ST13A005

    Pressure gain combustion (PGC) offers means to a more efficient energy use in propulsion and power generation devices. Integrating PGC concepts in gas turbine engines often results in highly unsteady flow conditions at turbine inlet. Further, the backpres

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  2. Design and Analysis of Multi-core Software

    SBC: SECURBORATION, INC.            Topic: OSD11T03

    Modern processor design is trending increasingly toward multicore architectures. This is problematic for programmers because writing a correct parallel program is known to be difficult compared to writing the equivalent sequential program. Additionally, a wide body of sequential code has already been developed that cannot exploit the power offered by these new cores because it was written in a s ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseAir Force
  3. Autonomic Performance Assurance for Multi-Processor Supervisory Control

    SBC: COLORADO ENGINEERING INC.            Topic: OSD11T01

    Multi-processor computing systems are growing in capacity and usage. They encompass multiple, distributed implementations as well as heterogeneous, embedded computing architectures. The processing density enabled by such approaches holds promise for unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAVs) with their plethora of mission sensors and command and control processing requirements. However, the software ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseAir Force
  4. Coherent Beam Combining of Mid-IR Lasers

    SBC: Pranalytica, Inc.            Topic: A10aT007

    Many military applications require efficient optical sources producing several to hundred watts in continuous-wave (CW) or quasi-continuous-wave (QCW) operation at room temperature (RT) in the MWIR (3-5 micron) and LWIR (8-12 micron) regions. While QCLs have become the sources of choice in these spectral regions, the only realistic option to attain hundred-watt power level with good beam quality i ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. Operating System Mechanisms for Many-Core Systems

    SBC: SECURBORATION, INC.            Topic: OSD11T04

    In the Phase I portion of this STTR, Securboration and renowned multicore expert Dr. Frank Mueller from North Carolina State University designed, developed, and benchmarked the proof-of-concept Pico-kernel Adaptive and Scalable Operating-system (PICASO) for many-core architectures. The Securboration Team took a scientific, experimentation-based approach to identifying and resolving shortcomings wi ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseAir Force
  6. First-Principles-Based Framework for Discovery and Design of Sustainable Non-Rare-Earth High-Temperature Alloy Systems

    SBC: CFD RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: OSD12T06

    In this STTR Phase I project, CFD Research Corporation and University of Nebraska at Omaha will develop a preliminary computationally-driven first-principles framework for discovery and design of non-RE-containing alloys for high temperature applications. While rare-earth (RE) based alloys have played a pivotal role in modern defense and high-tech industry, sustainability of RE-based materials is ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseAir Force
  7. Characterization of the Aero-Structure Environment of a Transonic Scaled Fighter (CASE-TSF)

    SBC: NEXTGEN AERONAUTICS, INC.            Topic: AF12BT12

    ABSTRACT: NextGen Aeronautics Inc. proposes use of rapid prototyping (RP) technologies, design process improvements, and novel sensing technologies to significantly reduce time and cost of transonic aeroelastic wind tunnel model development and improve their direct correlation to CFD data. The use of modern RP technologies will allow for model design variations such as variable modulus (stiffness ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseAir Force
  8. RF-IR Data Fusion

    SBC: DECIBEL RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: MDA12T002

    The development and integration of three unique and innovative algorithm prototypes into a"Fused Track and Characterization Schema"are proposed. This Schema will encompass the determination of signatures and characteristics of objects that can be identified by RF and EO/IR Sensors in order to enable multi-sensor data fusion and correlation. The first algorithm, the"3D Pose Estimation"Algorithm, p ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  9. Planar Doppler Velocimetry for Aircraft Exhausts

    SBC: METROLASER, INCORPORATED            Topic: N11AT004

    A diagnostic is being developed for aircraft engine exhausts that measures three velocity components in a slice through the plume. The method measures the Doppler shift of laser light scattered from particles naturally present in the flow, such as soot or dust. Two key areas of uncertainty were investigated in the Phase I study: 1) scattered light intensity from soot particles of sizes and concent ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. Compact, Rugged, and Low-Cost Wavelength-Versatile Burst Laser

    SBC: Performance Lasers            Topic: A11aT009

    Current of the shelf commercial laser systems that are used for LIBS and other optical detection techniques are too costly, large, low performance and unreliable. The reason for it is because commercial laser systems are designed for continuous operation. Only one or few laser pulses are needed for detection, therefore, low cost burst lasers with the proper parameters are needed. Burst mode operat ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseArmy
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