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  1. DLA-002: Advanced Battery Technologies and Manufacturing Process Improvements

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

    OBJECTIVE: The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) seeks to provide responsive, best value supplies consistently to our customers. DLA continually investigates diverse technologies for manufacturing which would lead to the highest level of innovation in battery products supporting fielded weapon systems (many of which were designed in the 1960"s, 1970"s and 1980"s) with a future impact on both commerci ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  2. A12-075: Numerical Model of Variable Surface Roughnesses for Parasite Drag Estimation

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

    OBJECTIVE: To develop a numerical model for variable surface roughness distributions that can be implemented into computational fluid dynamics simulations for the estimation of the parasite drag of an aircraft. DESCRIPTION: Surface roughness can be a significant contributor to the drag of an immersed body such as an aircraft [1]. Current Army aircraft can employ a number of materials, paints an ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseArmy
  3. A12-076: Advanced Seal Technology for Helicopter Drive System Application

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

    OBJECTIVE: Develop and demonstrate advanced high speed seals for helicopter drive system application. The objective is to develop low cost, low friction, high speed seals as an alternative to existing seal technology. DESCRIPTION: There is currently a need in the Army for advanced seals in helicopter gearboxes. These seals are used to keep fluids from escaping the gearbox. The helicopter i ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseArmy
  4. A12-077: Selective Ammunition Feed System for Machine Guns and Auto Cannons

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

    OBJECTIVE: Develop a compact, lightweight, high-rate ammunition feed system that will enable an airborne machine gunner to select a specific type of round for a particular shot. This will allow efficient use of rapidly evolving , force multiplying"smart rounds"including precision guided munitions, as well as current ammunition. Benefits include improved lethality, reduced collateral damage, impro ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseArmy
  5. A12-078: Low Cost Cockpit head tracking and gestural recognition

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

    OBJECTIVE: Develop a system to track pilot head, hand, and arm positions and movements in a rotorcraft cockpit using advanced human-machine interface technology like those used in gaming systems to identify gestures, movements, and head tracking (approximate eye aim-point). DESCRIPTION: Current Head Position Sensing systems, like those on Helmet Mounted Displays like the Apache IHADSS, pose a s ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseArmy
  6. A12-079: ASP Motion Base for Stabilized Mounts

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

    OBJECTIVE: Develop a lightweight agile motion base having a high axial load capacity and capable of high precision pointing over a small range of angular displacements. Such a mechanism would enable lightweight stabilized mounts for the forward firing weapons and laser designators used onboard military aircraft and ground vehicles. DESCRIPTION: Problem: Military helicopters such as the MH-6, OH ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseArmy
  7. A12-080: Lightweight, High Effectiveness, Low-Cost Recuperators for Small Turbine Engines in Army Unmanned Aerial Systems

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

    OBJECTIVE: Develop and demonstrate lightweight, high effectiveness, low cost recuperators for small turbine engines to power small manned and unmanned aerial systems for increased reliability and operational capability. DESCRIPTION: Tactical requirements for Army manned and unmanned aerial systems are exceeding current capabilities for performance (payload, range, time on station), reliability ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseArmy
  8. A12-081: Analysis Tools for Composite Laminate Material Properties Prediction

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

    OBJECTIVE: Successful fielding of lightweight composite material components requires dependable material property data early in the design cycle. Full sets of laminate data can be costly and time consuming to generate. The objective is thus to develop the analysis techniques for reliable prediction of fiber reinforced polymer matrix composite material properties based on ply level material propert ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseArmy
  9. A12-082: Advanced Nonintrusive Dispense Tracking Diagnostics for Aerospace Delivery Vehicles

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

    OBJECTIVE: To develop accurate nonintrusive techniques to track sub-missile dispense in very high speed flows. DESCRIPTION: Missile carriage has been both proposed and used as a practical means for the delivery and dispense of sub-missiles while offering the advantage of quick response out to a considerable range. Here the term sub-missile covers a broad spectrum to include munitions, airframe ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseArmy
  10. A12-083: Residual Property Prediction for Damage Composite Structures

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

    OBJECTIVE: Develop a novel modeling approach for predicting and quantifying the residual strength and stiffness of composite material structures, specifically compression after impact (CAI) strength. DESCRIPTION: Advanced composite material systems are vital to the development of lightweight, multi-functional Army missile systems. In addition to reducing the weight of the structure, these mater ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseArmy
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