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  1. N122-125: Innovative Approach to Bondline Integrity Monitoring

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop a bondline integrity monitoring system that can assess operational capability and service life. DESCRIPTION: Structural designs which include composite to composite bonding or composite to metal bonding can experience failures along the bondline. The ability to monitor the bondline's integrity during operation is essential to determine the structure's health, capability, and ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  2. N122-126: Innovative Method for Wirelessly Powering RFID Tags Located on Rotorcraft

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop an innovative approach for generating power and remotely transferring that power using by radio frequency (RF) to power miniature active or passive RFID tags and ensuring a read range adequate to support logistics and maintenance functions. This will be used to facilitate individual parts and component identification/tracking of life-limited components, critical safety times and ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  3. N122-127: High Powered RF Sources

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop an innovative radio frequency (RF) source concept that can meet requirements from four standard test environments. DESCRIPTION: The publication of MIL-STD-464 and MIL-HDBK-235 update (see references) resulted in the lowering of the peak E-field levels while simultaneously raising the average E-field levels of four of the standard Intersystem EMC electromagnetic environments t ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  4. N122-128: Efficient and Lightweight Cryogenic Gas Heat Exchanger

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop a compact, highly efficient, and light-weight cryogenic gas heat-exchanger to maximize heat transfer while maintaining a low pressure drop for use in naval superconducting system applications. DESCRIPTION: The Navy is developing several superconducting systems (such as degaussing, propulsion motors, electrical generators and power distribution systems) for use onboard future ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  5. N122-129: Retractable Mooring Fixture

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Through the application of advanced material(s) and manufacturing processes, develop a mooring fixture to replace the existing bitt and/or chock configuration onboard naval surface ships. DESCRIPTION: Presently, both the naval and commercial industry use carbon steel bitts and chocks to properly tie-up or moor a ship (Ref 2 and 3). For DDG 51 Class ships, those bitts and chocks, whic ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  6. N122-130: Innovative Silent Cooling Technology For Electronic Systems In Compact Spaces

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: The objective is to develop innovative non-water, low noise cooling system for shipboard electronics in compact enclosures that will be cost effective and have high efficiencies. DESCRIPTION: Proper cooling of electronics aboard US Navy ships is critical to the operation of shipboard electronic systems. Quiet and reliable cooling technology is especially important for ship control sy ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  7. N122-131: Innovative Approach to the Control of Vacuum Collection, Holding and Transfer (VCHT) Foaming

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: To develop an innovative approach to detect and control or eliminate foaming in sewage VCHT tanks and systems onboard naval ships without the use of biological or hazardous materials. DESCRIPTION: Currently used DDG 52 AF Class sewage VCHT systems are highly susceptible to foaming. Foam can be generated in the VCHT tank due to the combination of liquid and solid human waste, freshwat ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  8. N122-132: Advanced Ballistic Shielding for Crew Served Weapons Stations

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop a series of reconfigurable and non-reconfigurable advanced ballistic shields for crew served weapons stations. DESCRIPTION: The existing 10 Crew Served Weapons Stations (CSWS) aboard CVN 68 class ships do not have ballistic shields installed. Commercially available ballistic shields do not meet shipboard integration requirements or military levels of ballistic defeat, and are ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  9. N122-133: Enhanced De-Interleavers for Submarine Electronic Warfare Support (ES) Systems

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: The objective is to develop innovative algorithms and techniques to automatically detect, classify, and uniquely identify emitters exhibiting multi-dimensional agilities, extremely wide band RF distribution, high time bandwidth coherent characteristics, and solid state power amplifier technologies. DESCRIPTION: As the submarine"s electronic operational environment becomes increasingl ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  10. N122-134: Seam Engineering: Stitchless Seam Technology

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: The aim of this Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) opportunity is to systematically investigate and analyze current and evolving stitchless seam technologies, and to evaluate their use in existing Navy clothing end-items. The desired end result would be a reduction in bulk and weight, enhanced performance characteristics such as moisture management (breathability), wind/water res ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
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