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  1. A16-039: Thin Film High-k Dielectric Semiconductor Materials Development for IRFPAs

    Release Date: 12-10-2015Open Date: 01-11-2016Due Date: 02-17-2016Close Date: 02-17-2016

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Electronics The technology within this topic is restricted under the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), which controls the export and import of defense-related material and services. Offerors must disclose any proposed use of foreign nationals, their country of origin, and what tasks each would accomplish in the statement of work in accordance with section 5.4.c.( ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseArmy
  2. A11a-T018: Thin-Film Multiferroic Heterostructures for Frequency-Agile RF Electronics

    Release Date: 01-27-2011Open Date: 02-28-2011Due Date: 03-30-2011Close Date: 03-30-2011

    OBJECTIVE: The goal of the research is to demonstrate the feasibility of using thin-film multiferroic heterostructures as magneto-electric tunable RF isolators at frequencies above 10 GHz. DESCRIPTION: Magnetic-field tunable ferrite devices are currently used as resonators, filters, phase-shifters, circulators, isolators. Unfortunately, the tuning response times limit their use at higher frequ ...

    STTRPhase IDepartment of DefenseArmy
  3. A18-112: Thin Film Multi-source Energy Harvester for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

    Release Date: 04-20-2018Open Date: 05-22-2018Due Date: 06-20-2018Close Date: 06-20-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Air Platform OBJECTIVE: Demonstrate a lightweight multi-source energy harvester in a single architecture in thin film form to achieve power densities on the order of 10 mW/cm2 to power applications on an aviation platform such as an unmanned aerial vehicle. DESCRIPTION: Energy harvesting field has grown significantly over the past decade and currently there are many demonstra ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseArmy
  4. AF191-094: Thin Mat Material Foreign Object Debris (FOD) Inspection System

    Release Date: 11-28-2018Open Date: 01-08-2019Due Date: 02-06-2019Close Date: 02-06-2019

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Materials OBJECTIVE: The objective of the proposed program is to investigate and design an optimized nondestructive evaluation (NDE) system that can quickly and accurately detect and identify foreign object debris (FOD) in thin mat materials early in the production environment. DESCRIPTION: No nondestructive evaluation technique is currently used to inspect for FOD in the man ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseAir Force
  5. 09a: Thin Membranes and Multiport Microfluidic Connectors for High-Pressure or High-Density Applications

    Release Date: 08-24-2020Open Date: 08-24-2020Due Date: 10-19-2020Close Date: 10-19-2020

    09a FY 2021 DOE SBIR/STTR Phase I Release 1 Department of Energy ...

    SBIR/STTRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  6. T12.03: Thin-Ply Composites Design Technology and Applications

    Release Date: 11-17-2016Open Date: 11-17-2016Due Date: 01-20-2017Close Date: 01-20-2017

    Lead Center: LaRC Technology Area: TA12 Materials, Structures, Mechanical Systems and Manufacturing The use of thin-ply composites is one area of composites technology that has not yet been fully explored or exploited by NASA. Thin-ply composites are those with cured ply thicknesses below 0.0025” and commercially available prepregs are now available with ply thicknesses as thin as 0.00075”. ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. T12.01: Thin-Ply Composite Technology and Applications

    Release Date: 01-11-2018Open Date: 01-11-2018Due Date: 03-09-2018Close Date: 03-09-2018

    Lead Center: LaRC The use of thin-ply composites is one area of composites technology that has not yet been fully explored or exploited. Thin-ply composites are those with cured ply thicknesses below 0.0025 in. and commercially available prepregs are now available with ply thicknesses as thin as 0.00075 in. By comparison, a standard-ply-thickness composite would have a cured ply thickness of appr ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. T12.01: Thin-Ply Composite Technology and Applications

    Release Date: 02-05-2019Open Date: 02-05-2019Due Date: 03-29-2019Close Date: 03-29-2019

    The use of thin-ply composites is one area of composites technology that has not yet been fully explored or exploited. Thin-ply composites are those with cured ply thicknesses below 0.0025 in., and commercially available prepregs are now available with ply thicknesses as thin as 0.00075 in. By comparison, a standard-ply-thickness composite would have a cured ply thickness of approximately 0.0055 i ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. T12.01: Thin-Ply Composite Technology and Applications

    Release Date: 01-18-2020Open Date: 01-21-2020Due Date: 03-20-2020Close Date: 03-20-2020

    Lead Center: LaRC Participating Center(s): GRC Technology Area: TA12 Materials, Structures, Mechanical Systems and Manufacturing Scope Description The use of thin-ply composites is one area of composites technology that has not yet been fully explored or exploited. Thin-ply composites are those with cured ply thicknesses below 0.0025 in., and commercially available prepregs are now available w ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. N141-051: Thin Walled Corrosion Resistant Steel (CRES) Pipe Inspections

    Release Date: 11-20-2013Open Date: 12-20-2013Due Date: 01-22-2014Close Date: 01-22-2014

    OBJECTIVE: The objective is to develop an innovative technology that inspects thin walled CRES welded joints within Jet Propulsion Grade JP-5 fuel lines. DESCRIPTION: Thin walled (Schedule 10) CRES 316L pipe (ref. 1) has been used in JP-5 fuel systems (ref. 2). The pipe joint design uses a belled end fitting creating an inherent crevice. The thinness of this piping may lead to poor weld qualit ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
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