N/ASBIR Phase I 1998 Office of the Secretary of Defense Department of Defense
The objective of this Phase I investigation is to utilize proven vortex entrainment and circulation technology to demonstrate the feasibility of a high flowrate feed system capable of safely deliverin ...SBIR Phase I 1995 Air Force Department of Defense
The objective of this Phase I investigation is to develop candidate designs for a prototype prevailing torque nut with a locking mechanism that can be reliable re-used. The current prevailing torque n ...SBIR Phase I 1992 Air Force Department of Defense
THE PRINCIPAL OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO CRITICALLY EVALUATE TWO ALTERNATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR NON-DESTRUCTIVE MEASUREMENT OF COMPLEX COATINGS ON TURBINE COMPONENTS, NAMELY EDDY CURRENT AND BETABACK ...SBIR Phase I 1990 Navy Department of Defense
BECAUSE OF ITS WEIGHT REDUCTION POTENTIAL, IT WOULD BE ADVANTAGES TO USE BIMETALLIC STEEL RING/TITANIUM WEB GEARS IN POWER TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLIES. ALTHOUGH SEVERAL TECHNOLOGIES EXIST FOR JOINING TITA ...SBIR Phase II 1989 Army Department of Defense
N/ASBIR Phase I 1987 Army Department of Defense
LITTLE TECHNICAL INFORMATION HAS BEEN PUBLISHED ON THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT WELD BRUSH DESIGNS AND MATERIALS ON WELD QUALITY.Amount: $39,820.00
LITTLE TECHNICAL INFORMATION HAS BEEN PUBLISHED ON THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT WELD BRUSH DESIGNS AND MATERIALS ON WELD QUALITY. A NEED THEREFORE EXISTS TO QUANTIFY THE EFFICIENCY OF VARIOUS BRUSH MATERIA ...SBIR Phase I 1986 Army Department of Defense
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