Abstract:Thermal injury is common in military conflicts due primarily to the widespread use of explosive devices. Though scar formation is a natural process of wound healing, burns can produce scars that are excessive, physically debilitating and functionally damaging. Synedgen has demonstrated the efficacy… more
Abstract:A well-established method of differential GNSS corrections, referred to as real time kinematic (RTK), is applied to raw signals which can be obtained for inexpensive automotive grade GNSS designs. This technical approach to position determination is historically found only in higher cost survey… more
Abstract:The length of high energy accelerators is determined by the magnitude of the RF electric field that can be supported in the cavities without breakdown. The accelerator length directly impacts the size and cost. Efforts are continuing around the world to understand the physics of RF breakdown and… more
Abstract:High efficiency, low cost RF sources are required for proton, ion, and muon accelerators. These
sources must be compact and provide precise control of the output power. Currently only large, expensive klystrons can provide this performance. Calabazas Creek Research Inc. proposes to develop a triode… more
Abstract:Existing high quantum efficiency (QE) photocathodes experience very short lifetimes, often only a few hours. Because of the fabrication expense for these cathodes, commercial use is impractical for most applications. Photocathodes with long lifetime are needed to make photoguns cost effective for… more
Abstract:Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) offers a powerful technique for changing the surface properties of a material while maintaining the bulk properties. This allows one to create a new class of materials where one combines excellent bulk properties of lower cost materials, such as copper, with desirable… more
Abstract:This project aims to develop solid-state hybrid energy storage devices with nanostructured electrode materials combined with an ionic liquid-based electrolyte. The main objective of Phase II is design and fabrication of a hybrid energy storage system,
Abstract:The objective of the present proposal is to develop and apply accurate, robust and cost-effective methodologies for the prediction of the interior nozzle flow, seamlessly coupled with high-fidelity large eddy simulation (LES) for the prediction of the jet plume and radiated noise. The simulations… more
Abstract:The availability and continued growth of High Performance Computing (HPC) is opening new avenues for complex physics based software simulations. The usage of HPC is particularly important in high-fidelity Large-Eddy Simulation (LES) a branch of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) of multi-physics… more
Abstract:Cascade Technologies and its collaborators from Stanford University propose to develop an efficient and robust computational framework to optimize the aerodynamic interactions between vortices shed by designed control surfaces/devices on the airframe aft-end and the engine exhaust plume, as a… more
Abstract:Cascade Technologies and its collaborators from the Florida State University and Stanford University propose to develop a robust computational framework to enable geometrical optimization of complex non-axisymmetric exhaust systems with controlled accuracy and low computational cost. In this… more
Abstract:This Spectral Labs Incorporated proposal is for the commercialization of the MultiFunction Wand (MFW) technology developed in a FY10.2 SBIR
Phase II program. The MFW full body screening tool will be repackaged into a tool suitable for resolving detections from other systems in a… more
Abstract:In order to address the Navy"s need for a new mask-on mobile device to train aviators for altitude exposure (hypoxia training), ChromoLogic LLC (CL) proposes to develop a Portable Hypoxia Training (PHYTR) system. The PHYTR system will be based on a novel concept that takes ambient air and… more
Abstract:To address the Army"s need for a non-invasive, compact, robust system to monitor the oxidative status of military personnel, ChromoLogic (CL) proposed and demonstrated during Phase I a OCular Oxidative Stress Monitor (OCOSMO) system based on non-invasive optical measurements of oxidative stress… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: To address the Air Force"s need for a nondestructive evaluation tool for aircraft outer mold line (OML) urethane and epoxy integrity assessment to address and identify premature failures, ChromoLogic (CL) proposed and demonstrated during Phase I a Coating Integrity Monitoring by… more
Abstract:ChromoLogic LLC is developing Quantitative Optical Traceability Technology ("QuanTEK") to meet the need for a secure, rapid, and cost effective authentication of electronic components. QuanTEK consists of optical enrollment and authentication subsystems that allow the operators at… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: We propose to develop and test both two and five inch direct hingeline aileron actuators. The optimization of EM actuator parameters starts with straightforward math and requirements definition but becomes complicated by soft constraints like speed vs life and application specific details… more
Abstract:CDI is developing a compact OIRU that combines our field-proven stabilization technology with an innovative application of a commercially available gyro. Phase II Base delivers two compact OIRU prototypes in a 2"x2"x2"package which provides a guide beam with residual jitter of less… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The objective of this Phase II Program is to continue the development of a Source Analysis and Modeling System (SAMS) for the AEDC STAT space effects test facility. SAMS will allow the test facility user to carry out high fidelity simulations of STAT source emissions onto test articles… more
Abstract:An advanced sensor for proximal detection of contaminants on surfaces is proposed based on hyperspectral differential polarization reflection of LWIR radiation from an active IR source, blackbody lamp or wavelength agile laser and an advanced unmixing algorithm whose feasibility was demonstrated by… more
Abstract:Flexible solar cells based on epitaxial liftoff (ELO) manufacturing processes have enabled a path towards low-cost and high-power flexible photovoltaic arrays. Lamination techniques incorporating these arrays can be adapted to a variety of end applications ranging from structural power for UAV… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Conventional rigid-panel solar arrays are deployed with complex mechanisms or dynamically-tuned and damped hinges, with cables or external linkages for synchronization. Altering the number or size of panels incurs significant new engineering, tooling, manufacturing and integration. This… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The promise of lightweight, flexible and ubiquitous solar power depends greatly on the form factors available, their ruggedness and their cost. Nascent technologies based on organic active materials require substantial isolation from moisture vapor and oxygen to enable peak performance… more
Abstract:This project develops a portable gamma ray source for on-site, high energy calibration of gamma ray and X-ray detectors. Scintillators and high purity germanium (HPeG) detectors are routinely calibrated at low energy using natural radioactive isotopes such as 137Cs (0.662 MeV) and 60Co (1.17, 1.33… more
Abstract:High energy (30-90 keV) x-rays are critical for exploring failure modes of lightweight structural materials and for determining the details on atomic bonding in crystalline materials being developed for catalytic and energy storage applications. Detectors for the x-ray diffraction patterns from… more
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