Simula, Inc.

Basic Information

10016 S. 51st Street
Phoenix, AZ, 85044

Company Profile

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Additional Details

Field Value
DUNS: n/a
Hubzone Owned: N
Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: N
Woman Owned: N
Number of Employees: 19


  1. Proposal to Demonstrate the Feasibility of Predicting Injury Likelihood in Aircreaft-related Incidences

    Amount: $57,204.00

    The principal goal of the Phase I program is to demonstrate the feasibility of predicting the likelihood of injury by developing an injury-predicting criterion for one segment of the human body. The P ...

    SBIR Phase I 1994 Air Force Department of Defense
  2. Improved Body Armor for Multiple Threats

    Amount: $36,672.00

    Ground troops have the need for a personnel armor that will provide them protection from multiple battlefield threats such as fragmentation nd small-arms rifle fire up to .30 cal. Simula will develop ...

    SBIR Phase I 1994 Army Department of Defense
  3. Development of an Improved Aviator Restraint System Locking Device

    Amount: $69,498.00

    The objective of the proposed work is to conveive restraint locking devices capable of locking aviator torso restraints with less than 2.5 cm of webbing travel. Existing aviator torso restraints depen ...

    SBIR Phase I 1994 Army Department of Defense
  4. Manufacturing/in-service Health Monitoring Of Composite Structures

    Amount: $62,248.00

    ADVANCED COMPOSITE MATERIALS HAVE EVOLVED TO BE THE CLASS OF MATERIALS WHICH MEET THE STRICT REQUIREMENTS OF MANY GROUND- AND SPACE-BASED CRITICAL STRUCTURES. SYSTEMS WHICH INCORPORATE THESE NOVEL MAT ...

    SBIR Phase I 1993 Missile Defense Agency Department of Defense
  5. Real-Time Integrity/Durability Monitoring of Composite Structures Using a Fiber Optic Sensor System and Neural Network Processing

    Amount: $49,824.00

    The overall objective of this project is to develop a reliable, low-cost neural network architecture for sensors, and real-time processing to continuously monitor the structural health of the thick co ...

    SBIR Phase I 1993 Army Department of Defense
  6. Development of Ballistic Protection Concepts for Critical Aircraft Wiring

    Amount: $65,750.00

    The development effort will be divided into two major tasks: develop and evaluate candidate protection concepts, and investigate and evaluate armor materials to be used in the concepts. There are uniq ...

    SBIR Phase I 1993 Army Department of Defense
  7. Development of an Improved Thermoformable Material

    Amount: $48,211.00

    We will improve the ease, cost, and efficiency of using splints and braces to treat patients with musculoskeletal disorders. Splints are commonly used to treat sprains, fractures, muscle contraction, ...

    SBIR Phase I 1993 Department of Health and Human Services
  8. CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT FOR AN AIRBAG CRASH-PROTECTION SYSTEM

    Amount: $478,004.00

    THE LATEST U.S. ARMY PRODUCTION HELICOPTERS INCLUDE CREWSEATS WHICH SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE THE PROBABILITY OF SPINAL INJURY DUE TO VERTICAL IMPACT FORCES. HOWEVER, THE RISK OF INJURY TO THE UPPER TORSO ...

    SBIR Phase II 1991 Army Department of Defense
  9. INERTIA REEL CALIBRATION TESTER

    Amount: $49,767.00

    THIS PROPOSAL IS FOR AN ADJUNCT TO FLIR SENSORS TO REDUCE THE NOISE EQUIVALENT TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCE AND MINIMUM RESOLVABLE TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCE EACH BY A FACTOR OF FOUR (4). THE PROPOSED ADJUNCT C ...

    SBIR Phase I 1991 Army Department of Defense
  10. LIGHTWEIGHT CRASH RESISTANT FUEL TANK MATERIAL

    Amount: $49,490.00

    THE INCORPORATION OF CRASHWORTHY, SELF-SEALING FUEL TANKS INTO HELICOPTERS DURING THE LATE SIXTIES RESULTED IN A SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTION OF INJURIES AND FATALITIES CAUSED BY POST-CRASH FIRES. THE TECHNO ...

    SBIR Phase I 1991 Army Department of Defense

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