Thor Technologies, Inc.

Basic Information

3013 Aztec Road NE
Albuquerque, NM, -

http://thortech.biz

Company Profile

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Additional Details

Field Value
DUNS: 99725108
Hubzone Owned: N
Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: N
Woman Owned: N
Number of Employees: 3


  1. Cobalt-Free Environmentally Green Process to Produce Fine Grained WC

    Amount: $99,925.00

    The proposed work will result in a method for production of dense, hard, tough, strong tungten carbide (WC) ceramic material for ultimate use as the penetrating core in armor piercing projectiles. Fo ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of Defense Army
  2. Advanced Materials Technology for Nuclear Fuel Research and Development

    Amount: $149,839.00

    Improved cladding materials are needed for better structural stability in the corrosive high-pressure, hot-water environment of light water reactors, not only to extend fuel rod lifetime and increas ...

    SBIR Phase I 2012 Department of Energy
  3. Interlaminar Tensile Strength Testing of CMCs at High Temperatures Enabled by Oxidation Resistant Ceramic Cement Derived from ZrB2-SiC Precursor

    Amount: $665,224.00

    This Phase II effort will demonstrate a standard method of measuring the high-temperature, inter-laminar tensile (HT-ILT) strength of ceramic-matrix composites (CMCs). Jet engines with higher turbine ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of Defense Navy
  4. Chemically Modified SiC/SiC for In Situ Growth of Nonvolatile, Environmental Barrier Scale

    Amount: $79,938.00

    For significant advancements to occur in the implementation of ceramic matrix composites (CMCs) in aeroengine airfoil applications, silicon carbide (SiC) ceramic matrix that forms corrosion resistant ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Navy Department of Defense
  5. Interlaminar Tensile Strength Testing of CMCs at High Temperatures Enabled by Oxidation Resistant Ceramic Cement Derived from ZrB2-SiC Precursor

    Amount: $149,932.00

    Continuous fiber reinforced ceramic matrix composites (CMCs) are desired for aerospace applications due to the strength and toughness imparted by incorporation of embedded long fibers of carbon or sil ...

    SBIR Phase I 2008 Navy Department of Defense
  6. Advanced Thermal Barrier Coating Materials

    Amount: $499,851.00

    Desire to operate gas-turbine engines at higher gas temperatures, beyond melting points of metal airfoil components, for improved engine efficiency and performance, drives demand for more durable, les ...

    STTR Phase II 2006 Navy Department of Defense
  7. Refractory Matrix Composites for CAV TPS

    Amount: $749,523.00

    The next generation of hypersonic vehicles will require sharp leading edges on the forebody and control surfaces to maximize down- and cross-range capability. Current thermal protection structure mat ...

    SBIR Phase II 2005 Air Force Department of Defense
  8. Actively Cooled Ceramic Composite Nozzle Material

    Amount: $592,336.00

    The Phase I Project demonstrated the capability of the Pyrowave? manufacturing process to produce fiber-reinforced ceramics (FRCs) with integral metal features, such as attachment lugs or tubes. In a ...

    SBIR Phase II 2005 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. Refractory Matrix Composites for CAV TPS

    Amount: $99,564.00

    The Common Aero Vehicle requires sharp leading edges on the forebody and control surfaces to maximize down- and cross-range capability. Current thermal protection structure materials do not posses th ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Air Force Department of Defense
  10. Rapid Fabrication of Mirrors

    Amount: $99,804.00

    Interest in silicon-carbide based optics continues to grow because of the material's low density, high stiffness, and other properties. Unfortunately, fabrication of optical quality surfaces on SiC i ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Missile Defense Agency Department of Defense

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