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SBC: CHARLES RIVER ANALYTICS, INC. Topic: N19AT021
Cyber warfare is a rapidly expanding, critical battlefield for the US Navy. Attacks on infrastructure, ship systems, and sailors themselves can significantly reduce operational readiness and deployment time, and can be very costly. To prepare and successfully defend this rapidly evolving battlefield, defensive cyberspace operations (DCOs) must analyze and forensically investigate attacks, but few ...STTR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: CHARLES RIVER ANALYTICS, INC. Topic: N19BT029
Effective mission planning is critical for military strategy and execution. This process is complex as human operators must consider many variables (e.g., resource limitations, threats, risks) when formulating a plan to accomplish mission goals. Although powerful tools, such as the Navy’s Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS), provide advanced functionality, mission planning remains a hybrid acti ...STTR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: METIS DESIGN CORP Topic: N18BT031
Manufacturing of structural composites traditionally employs autoclaves to achieve high quality parts, including high fiber-volume-fractions and low porosity. A laminate comprised of stacked prepreg plies are cured under a vacuum in addition to ~7 bar of pressure to prevent formation of voids, particularly in interlaminar (inter-sheet/ply) regions. However, manufacturing composites within an autoc ...STTR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: METIS DESIGN CORP Topic: N19AT003
The Phase I effort of this STTR aimed to reinforce ply-drop laminates. When laminates taper from a thicker to thinner cross section, the termination of plies locally create resin pockets that can reduce the life of a part due to the lower strength of the resin compared to the fibers, local stress concentrations, and the propensity for voids in these resin rich areas. Thus, Metis Design Corporation ...STTR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: CASCADE TECHNOLOGIES INC Topic: N19BT027
Current design tools for gas turbine engines invoke a variety of simplifying assumptions to estimate heat transfer to solid/metal engine components (e.g., isothermal boundary conditions). These approximations are often not valid, result in inaccurate predictions of heat transfer, and ultimately compromise the thermal integrity of propulsion and power systems. Wall-modeled large eddy simulation (WM ...STTR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: SA PHOTONICS, LLC Topic: N18AT021
Active imaging systems are used in degraded visual environments, like those found in marine fog and other areas with a high level of attenuation and scattering from obscurants like rain, smoke and dust. These systems are still limited in range and resolution. SA Photonics is taking advantage of new eyesafe, hybrid fiber-bulk laser technology capable of high pulse energy at high repetition rate to ...STTR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: ATA ENGINEERING, INC. Topic: N18BT029
ATA Engineering has developed a wavelet-based damage squeezing methodology for generating optimally compressed fatigue test signals that produce an equivalent amount of fatigue damage in a predictably reduced amount of time compared to the baseline (uncompressed) signals. Fatigue-critical signal characteristics (e.g., magnitude, phase, frequency, and sequencing relationships) are identified in the ...STTR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseNavy