Engineering and Scientific Innovations,

7081 Vail Ct Array
Cincinnati, OH 45247
http://www.esi-solutionsinc.com
10 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 9
Total Value of Awards $1.56MM
First Award Date 06/22/09
Most Recent Award Date 06/08/16

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Toy Norman Toy 3 Message
Davis John M. Davis 1
Disimile Michael Disimile 2 Message
McGinnis David McGinnis 3 Message
Perrino Mike Perrino 1 Message
Disimile Veronica Disimile 2 Message

9 Awards Won

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: University of Cincinnati

Agency: Navy
Topic: N16A-T014
Budget: 06/08/16 - 12/05/16

Using a fluid dynamic energy separation technique, in combination with thermoelectric generators (TEGs), a unique hybrid cooling system using low grade waste heat is proposed. This system uses the concept of fluid structure interactions and vorticity redistribution to produce large levels of vorticity within working fluid and thereby generate la...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N153-133
Budget: 03/22/16 - 09/22/16

Understanding the dynamics of the re-entrant jet phenomenon is of great interest for particular applications where it may occur. In spite this, the dynamics of large-scale bubble collapse are not well understood. Engineering ans Scientific Innovations (ESI) is proposing using the same methods used to quantitatively measure a hydrodynamic ram eve...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF103-235
Budget: 04/30/13 - 04/30/15

ABSTRACT: Engineering & Scientific Innovations, Inc. (ESI) has an extensive background in aircraft survivability and vulnerability reduction and has specific experience in the fundamental understanding of the fire suppressant transport phenomena in highly cluttered spaces such as engine nacelles and dry bays. This opportunity allows for the deve...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A12-059
Budget: 08/14/12 - 02/14/13

Currently there is a lack of battlefield blast data that can be specifically used to correlate a warfighter injury to a blast occurrence. Therefore it is difficult at best to design and develop occupant protection systems. Although live fire testing at various test centers takes place, there is still some question regarding the accuracy of the s...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N121-081
Budget: 05/07/12 - 03/08/13

Although vehicle occupants now survive most of the IED and roadside bomb explosion events, numerous injuries to the spine, neck, and head are still reported. Some sources are reporting that the resulting traumatic brain injury has become the signature wound of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. This condition is related to the shock waves and moment...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF103-235
Budget: 05/05/11 - 02/05/12

ABSTRACT: Engineering & Scientific Innovations, Inc. (ESI) has an extensive background in aircraft survivability and vulnerability reduction and has specific experience in the fundamental understanding of the fire suppressant transport phenomena in highly cluttered spaces such as engine nacelles and dry bays. This opportunity allows for the dev...

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: University of Cincinnati

Agency: Army
Topic: A10A-T010
Budget: 11/23/10 - 05/22/11

Engineering & Scientific Innovations, Inc. (ESI) in cooperation with University of Cincinnati (UC) will develop an automated, standalone radiative heat and smoke point measurement device that provides improved accuracy and removes much of the subjectivity of the current method (ASTM D1322) by incorporating more modern and automated equipment. ...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N101-007
Budget: 05/03/10 - 11/03/10

The development of a novel reaction based nitrogen inerting system is proposed for reducing ullage Oxygen concentrations below 9% by volume in multiple fuel tanks. The system utilizes solid materials that undergo a chemical reaction to yield high purity nitrogen gas. Furthermore, a unique control system and inerting model algorithm is proposed t...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF083-250
Budget: 06/22/09 - 03/22/10

In order to reduce aircraft vulnerabilities to accidental or intentional ignition threats in wing dry bays, the design and development of an entirely passive fire suppression system is required. Current passive fire protection systems are limited in terms of suppression activation, weight, or fire re-ignition. Engineering and Scientific Innova...