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  1. HIGH DENSITY METALLIZED GEL PROPELLANT

    SBC: RESODYN CORPORATION            Topic: N/A

    "A novel method of micro-mixing by inducing a low frequency resonant sonic vibration (LFRSV) in the fluid medium results in the increased rate of energy dissipation per unit mass of the fluid, allowing rapid and efficient dispersion of solids, gases, andimmiscible liquids. This enhanced way of achieving micro mixing, can be used for dispersing nano particles in making gel propellants. Rheologica ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  2. Monolithic Optoelectronic Transmitters with New Bistable Sub-Wavelength Optical Components

    SBC: OPTODOT CORPORATION            Topic: N/A

    "New bistable organic infrared (IR)-absorbing materials with extremely intense absorbance and reflectance across the entire 1300 to 1700 nm optical band and with picosecond-speed reversible switching to a non-absorbing and non-reflecting state are exploitedto make sub-wavelength (less than 1.5 microns) optical components for integration into optoelectronic transmitters. Both switching states are ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  3. Reliability of Space-Borne Turbo-Brayton Cryocoolers

    SBC: CREARE LLC            Topic: N/A

    "The Department of Defense (DoD) will require cryocoolers for future missions to cool space-based infrared sensor arrays, space-based lasers, and orbital transfer vehicles. Turbo-Brayton cryocoolers are ideal candidates for these missions because they areefficient, lightweight, highly reliable, produce negligible vibration, and have an adaptable layout that allows them to be easily integrated wit ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  4. Development of a High Capacity 35 K Multistage Turbo-Brayton Cryocooler

    SBC: CREARE LLC            Topic: N/A

    "We propose to develop an innovative high capacity multistage cryocooler for dual cooling loads at temperatures of 85 K and 35 K. The cooler is based on proven turbo-Brayton technology that has been flight demonstrated and qualified for use on the HubbleSpace Telescope (HST). This technology will be adapted to the unique requirements of DoD infrared sensor applications at lower temperatures and ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  5. A Cryogenic Heat Transport Loop for Space-Borne Gimbaled Instruments

    SBC: CREARE LLC            Topic: N/A

    "A high-performance cooling system for gimbal-mounted infrared sensors is a critical need for future space-based target acquisition and tracking systems. The optimal approach uses a high performance cryocooler remotely located on the spacecraft platformcombined with a high conductance, cryogenic heat transport system to exchange heat from the sensors to the cryocooler. The heat transport system ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  6. Highly Stable Polymer Electrolytes for 5 Volt Lithium Batteries

    SBC: PHOENIX INNOVATION, INC.            Topic: N/A

    The development of a truly solid state high power lithium battery is dependent upon the successful identification of a suitable solid polymer electrolyte. Polymer electrolytes hold the promise of allowing use of lithium metal anodes which could boost thetheoretcial energy density of batteries by as much as 35%. Addition of new high voltage cathodes would result in a high energy, high power lithiu ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  7. Highly Stable Polymer Electrolytes for 5 Volt Lithium Batteries

    SBC: PHOENIX INNOVATION, INC.            Topic: N/A

    The development of a truly solid state high power lithium battery is dependent upon the successful identification of a suitable solid polymer electrolyte. Polymer electrolytes hold the promise of allowing use of lithium metal anodes which could boost thetheoretcial energy density of batteries by as much as 35%. Addition of new high voltage cathodes would result in a high energy, high power lithiu ...

    SBIR Phase II 2002 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  8. Photonic Cross Connect Switch for True Time Delay Beam Steering (BMDO/02-211B--Optical Devices)

    SBC: Photonic Systems, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    "Ballistic missile defense relies upon the deployment of radars that are designed for wideband or multi-band operation to support the following required functions: Accurate target tracking; Object discrimination and classification; Countermeasuresmitigation, and; Nuclear and natural environment mitigation. Additionally, the need to detect and track small targets at long ranges dictates that the r ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  9. Advanced Chemical Iodine Lasers

    SBC: PHYSICAL SCIENCES INC.            Topic: N/A

    "Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) proposes to develop and test a novel chemical atomic iodine laser based on vibrational to electronic (V-E) energy transfer. We will develop and exercise a detailed kinetic model to assist in the design of experiments that willalso be part of the Phase I effort. We will develop a unique device that would couple a PSI 5 kW Microwave Driven Jet (MIDJet) to a chemical f ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  10. Effectiveness of RP and CW Lasers for Target Damages

    SBC: PHYSICAL SCIENCES INC.            Topic: N/A

    Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) proposes an experimental and analysis program to determine the relative advantages or limitations of two different high-energy laser waveforms for inflicting lethal damage to metal aerospace targets. Repetitively pulsed (RP)and continuous wave (CW) waveforms will be used to irradiate steel, a typical tactical target material. Metal melting rates will be measured and ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
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