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SBC: DEVELOSOFT CORP. Topic: N/A
We will develop a fully capable Windows environment for connected-pipe ramjet and ducted rocket testing with interactive flow system configuration, CEC calculations, on-hand test articles, sophisticated plotting and tabular presentation, and export of text, tables, diagrams,'. and plots. Phase I work includes NASA CET code modifications and integration into the Windows environment. Different fac ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Directed Technologies, Inc. Topic: N/A
Fuel cells are being considered by the Army for future individual soldier power supplies. These power units are to be lightweight, compact and suitable for use on the battlefield. A compact, lightweight, safe source of pure hydrogen (and possibly oxygen) is urgently needed. The proposed report will examine a series of high pressure hydrogen and liquid hydrogen storage systems suitable for an indiv ...SBIR Phase I 1993 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Displaytech Incorporated Topic: N/A
Untethered head mounted displays must be battery operated to achieve the benefits of mobility expected for them. Thus, the display element inside should operate at low voltage and consume small amounts of power to provide maximum battery life. Battery operation also demands that the display element make the most efficient possible use of electrically produced light which illuminates the display. ...SBIR Phase I 1996 Department of DefenseArmy
Development of Modified Biodegradable Polymers for Osmotically Driven Biodegradable Implant Therapeutic System (OBITS) for Polar and Nonpolar Drug ASBC: DPD, Inc. Topic: N/A
The ultimate goal of the proposed project is the development of a novel drug delivery system which is cable of providing long-lasting pain relief with superior release profiles (using both polar and nonpolar anesthetic/analgesic drugs while reducing the debilitating side effects, such as loss of motor function or sensation. The proposed system is anticipated to improve the therapy and care of pat ...SBIR Phase I 1996 Department of DefenseArmy
Development of Self-Repairing Concrete Containers of Radioactive Waste Using Superelastic ReinforcementSBC: DPD, Inc. Topic: N/A
N/ASBIR Phase I 1995 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
SBC: EMAG TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Topic: N/A
N/ASBIR Phase I 1996 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: ENERGY CONVERSION DEVICES, INC. Topic: N/A
N/ASBIR Phase I 1993 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Energy Innovations, Inc. Topic: N/A
Cooling of the liner wall in gas turbine combustors has become increasingly difficult and problematic as engine pressure ratios are constantly increased. Existing cooling techniques have limitations in perfomance. At Energy Innovations, Inc., we have developed a new technology that has potential to effectively and efficiently solve the cooling problem for gas turbine combustors. One significant ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Energy Innovations, Inc. Topic: N/A
More compact, efficient, lighter weight and lower cost radiators are desirable for the Army Ml 09A6 cooling system. At Energy Innovations, Inc.(EII), we have invented new thermal technology using innovative materials and designs which has potential to provide the high quality radiator for the Army. These new heat exchangers are characterized by technical merits such as high cooling capacity, low ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: ENSCO Inc Topic: N/A
Acoustic signals provide characteristic information about vehicles. However, those characteristics vary with engine speed, load, range, gearing, and acoustic environment. The complexity of these variations makes standard parametric classifiers either excessively tedious to construct or unreliable under off-nominal conditions. A new method of classifier construction, Generalized Potential Functi ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of DefenseArmy