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  1. N12A-T014: Multi-Chip Module Maturation, Whole Wafer testing, and Reworkable Epoxy Bonding

    Release Date: 01-26-2012Open Date: 02-27-2012Due Date: 03-28-2012Close Date: 03-28-2012

    OBJECTIVE: The objective of this work is to develop the initial ability to test the functionality automatically of all the die on a wafer before it is diced to find the working die and then to mount the"known-good"die into a larger circuit in such a way that repair to the functionality of the whole can be accomplished by replacing the part, not the whole. Such shrinkage of the line replaceable units will make the costs of building complex system functionality in immature digital technologies more affordable.

    STTRDepartment of DefenseNavy
  2. N12A-T015: Energy Efficient HF Transmit Antennas

    Release Date: 01-26-2012Open Date: 02-27-2012Due Date: 03-28-2012Close Date: 03-28-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Current HF antennas are resonant and single function. Given the 10 to 1000's of meters of wavelengths at these frequencies, the antennas thus add substantial weight, radar cross section, and thermal signature to the platforms that carry them even as they cover a very narrow spectral range. Most man-pack scale platforms thus omit their functionality. Several approaches (superconducting ...

    STTRDepartment of DefenseNavy
  3. N12A-T016: Long-Range Arctic Undersea Navigation for unmanned systems

    Release Date: 01-26-2012Open Date: 02-27-2012Due Date: 03-28-2012Close Date: 03-28-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Due to reductions in ice cover, there is an increased focus on the potential for future operations in the Arctic region. This environment is a challenging and dangerous one in which to operate, which provides a strong incentive for autonomous platforms. However, an Arctic navigation capability for UUVs is problematic, as ice cover may hinder the ability to surface and gain a GPS fix, an ...

    STTRDepartment of DefenseNavy
  4. N12A-T017: Expendable Acoustic Source for AUV Based Geoacoustic and Geotechnical Survey Operations

    Release Date: 01-26-2012Open Date: 02-27-2012Due Date: 03-28-2012Close Date: 03-28-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Provide future Naval Oceanographic Office survey teams with expendable calibrated sources for use in determining the bottom sediment acoustic properties necessary for planning and operation of low and mid frequency ASW sonars in shallow water. Further, the inversion of the acoustic information for geotechnical properties will support classification for mine burial prediction. DESCRIP ...

    STTRDepartment of DefenseNavy
  5. N12A-T018: Toolset for the Robust Design of Materials for Superplastic Forming Processes for Titanium Structural Components

    Release Date: 01-26-2012Open Date: 02-27-2012Due Date: 03-28-2012Close Date: 03-28-2012

    OBJECTIVE: The objective of this project is to provide a suite of tools to model the sequence of unit operations, and materials response, in the processing of titanium alloy plate or sheet from primary ingot and/or sponge form. This would allow the primary metals suppliers to design robust processing sequences, trouble-shoot process problems, and refine processes to reduce costs without sacrifici ...

    STTRDepartment of DefenseNavy
  6. N12A-T019: Affordable CMAS-Resistant Thermal Barrier Coatings

    Release Date: 01-26-2012Open Date: 02-27-2012Due Date: 03-28-2012Close Date: 03-28-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop strategies and viable, affordable production methods for CMAS-resistant thermal barrier coatings (TBCs) for turbine engine components prone to such attack. This should include the creation and development of a computational code that describes processing to create relevant structures or chemical or thermo-mechanical-based structure/property relationships relevant to CMAS resist ...

    STTRDepartment of DefenseNavy
  7. N12A-T020: Dive Helmet Noise Quieting

    Release Date: 01-26-2012Open Date: 02-27-2012Due Date: 03-28-2012Close Date: 03-28-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Create technologies to reduce the acoustic noise produced by, and transmitted through, dive helmets. DESCRIPTION: Helmeted divers are exposed to high levels of noise. The sources of these noises can be self-generated [1] (e.g., airflow through the demand-regulators during inhalation and bubble noise during exhalation), as well as transmitted through the helmet from underwater tools [ ...

    STTRDepartment of DefenseNavy
  8. N12A-T021: Imaging through low-visibility fire smoke for ship-board navigation of robotic fire-fighting systems

    Release Date: 01-26-2012Open Date: 02-27-2012Due Date: 03-28-2012Close Date: 03-28-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Identify sensing modalites, sensors and image processing that can image through smoke (where visibility of a light reflecting object is less than 1 ft). This sensing and imaging system must be compact enough to be incorporated into future shipboard robotic firefighting systems, and enable navigation by revealing surfaces, doorways and obstacles. DESCRIPTION: Fire suppression onboard a ship is one of the most dangerous jobs that sailors may need to perform.

    STTRDepartment of DefenseNavy
  9. N12A-T022: Intermediate Transient Support of High Rate and Pulsed Loads

    Release Date: 01-26-2012Open Date: 02-27-2012Due Date: 03-28-2012Close Date: 03-28-2012

    OBJECTIVE: To develop a power system that can support intermittent pulsed power loads by providing consistent load to the generation source during pulsed power duty cycle. DESCRIPTION: Navy ships can be thought of as having an electrical microgrid to distribute power. Conventional plant designs have separate mechanical propulsion and weapons systems with the electrical plant to support hotel and combat systems.

    STTRDepartment of DefenseNavy
  10. N12A-T023: Coupled Molecular Design and Synthesis of High Density Energetic Materials

    Release Date: 01-26-2012Open Date: 02-27-2012Due Date: 03-28-2012Close Date: 03-28-2012

    OBJECTIVE: This effort will exploit the use of theoretical molecular design, organic synthesis manipulation, and quantum chemical modeling to provide energetic materials which meet existing munitions performance while achieving IM compliance. The investigator will establish and verify the molecular design, the form and nature of the crystalline packing and the interactions with matrix materials in a composite system.

    STTRDepartment of DefenseNavy
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