Abstract:The military desires an improved trap to capture and hold arthropods that may carry disease causing pathogens. A continuous source of carbon dioxide is needed over an 8 hour period to attract flea and tick species that are subsequently trapped and held alive for five days. Ideally, the arthropod… more
Abstract:Electronic systems have increasing thermal demands that need improved cooling solutions that are light weight and low cost. An effective thermal control solution is needed that can integrate with on-detector electronics used in nuclear physics instruments. A new manufacturing method is proposed by… more
Abstract:Access to freshwater is an increasingly important national and international issue. Today, about three billion people around the world have no access to clean drinking water. To address the challenge of providing clean fresh water to meet the earths growing population new innovative solutions are… more
Abstract:In order to meet national energy goals, DOE has set aggressive R & amp;D targets for advanced manufacturing technology to produce high efficiency organic LED (OLED) solid-state lighting (SSL) products. Achieving these goals will result in significant energy savings, cost reductions, and… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: In military aircraft tires, the wheel-tire interface (bead-seat) region is of particular interest since the generated ground forces terminate into the load-bearing"bead-seat"contact area. Thus, the forces generated in both the tire and wheel interface region is of interest.… more
Abstract:Military engine performance can be optimized for power and efficiency despite variable fuel properties if combustion chamber pressure can be measured in real-time. Unfortunately, IC engine pressure sensors are mostly confined to research applications due to their cost. A commercial off-the-shelf… more
Abstract:Transition from schedule-based to condition-based maintenance (CBM) of submarine equipment would significantly reduce operating costs and extend system lifetime by eliminating unnecessary maintenance activities. Key challenges to implementing autonomous health monitoring for submarine components are… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: NanoLab proposes to develop a non-contact data transfer device to replace slip-rings in rotating assemblies. The proposed device will offer up to 300 channels of secure data delivery across the rotating frame at speeds of 20khz or higher. Further this device will be able to handle… more
Abstract:The project is developing a new sensor technology that can measure carbon dioxide levels with precision that matches or exceeds the state-of-the-art performance, but will reduce the price dramatically, and will for the first time enable instruments deployed in remote locations to operate unattended… more
Abstract:NOVA Scientific proposes the development of efficient position sensitive detectors capable of time-tagging epithermal energy neutrons with high accuracy and efficiency. These devices will be able to perform energy-resolved imaging at the pulsed neutron sources and detect every neutron with spatial… more
Abstract:Drifting mines pose a serious threat to the safe passage of US and international naval and commercial shipping traffic. In this SBIR, OASIS Inc. proposes to combine two algorithms developed under ONR/SPAWAR funding into a Mine Drift Tactical Decision Aid (MD-TDA). These algorithms include a tracer… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: OPTRA proposes the development of a three-band visible (VIS), shortwave infrared (SWIR), and midwave infrared (MWIR) high dynamic range digital micromirror device (DMD)-based scene projector incorporating OPTRA"s patented structured illumination technique for achieving low background… more
Abstract:The widespread use and deployment of laser systems has led to the need for laser exposure measurement systems that operate over wide spectral range
and provide sufficient dynamic range to measure exposure relative to maximum permissible exposure (MPE) limits and establish normal hazard zones. OPTRA,… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Physical Sciences Inc. proposes to develop a no moving parts magnetic refrigerator system capable of cooling focal plane arrays (FPA) to temperatures below 123 K. The system will utilize a multiple stage magnetocaloric effect chain to reject heat to a 300 K environment while enabling FPA… more
Abstract:Physical Sciences Inc. and Colorado State University will develop an innovative sensor that enables low-cost infrared hyperspectral imaging though the use of novel sampling algorithms which provide real-world chemical plume detection capability with compressed data and a hardware configuration which… more
Abstract:Physical Sciences Inc. proposes to develop and demonstrate novel composite propellant formulations using chemically modified forms of currently used propellant ingredients. The developed formulations will allow drop-in replacement of presently used double base formulations used CAD/PADs, such as… more
Abstract:As Navy operations change from open ocean to littoral regions, the impact of environmental effects on battlespace awareness increases. Defending against threats such as cruise missiles can be complicated by atmospheric effects that may change quickly in littoral regions. Evaporative ducts and… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: ORS requires rapid delivery of low-cost payloads that meet the needs of unplanned and unanticipated spacecraft missions. Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) will provide ORS, the Air Force, and other customers with a low-cost, rapidly-fabricated deployable antenna for use in a wide range of… more
Abstract:Obscurant materials are used to defeat threats in all areas of the electromagnetic spectrum. New Army requirements have been established for novel, multi-spectral, high performance obscurants to defeat a range of threats with a single material system. On a Phase I program Physical Sciences, Inc.… more
Abstract:Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) in collaboration with Q-Peak, a PSI subsidiary, will develop an agile, active/passive shortwave infrared (SWIR) hyperspectral imager (HSI) for tower mounted or airborne information surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR). This solution employs a high-power supercontinuum… more
Abstract:Silicon Carbide based ceramic matrix composites (CMCs) offer the potential to fundamentally change the design and manufacture of gas turbines to significantly increase performance and fuel efficiency over current metal-based designs. Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) and the University of California… more
Abstract:The Army recognizes a continuing need for more powerful high explosives that have improved energy density. To increase the energy of nitramine materials further, a highly promising strategy is to modify the inherent crystalline density of RDX/HMX materials by structural substitution of hydrogen… more
Abstract:Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) proposes to utilize an innovative LWIR hyperspectral technology coupled with advanced data processing algorithms for non-contact, standoff detection of liquid/solid contaminants on surfaces. The technology will address the US Army"s need for fast, on-the-move,… more
Abstract:The high temperature operation of Generation IV nuclear systems will require silicon carbide ceramic composites in the reactor core to minimize operational costs and enhance safety. Currently, no ceramic composite fabrication method has been successfully demonstrated that enables rapid, affordable… more
Abstract:Current hyperspectral imaging systems are large, expensive, and produce a large quantity of superfluous data that is typically compressed as part of detection and analysis. A hyperspectral imaging solution based on compressive sensing concepts is sought with utility to remote monitoring of… more
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