Scientific Forming Technologies Corp.

2545 Farmers Drive Suite 200 Array
Columbus, OH 43235
59 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 18
Total Value of Awards $5.14MM
First Award Date 06/08/94
Most Recent Award Date 07/11/16

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Tszeng T. Calvin Tszeng 2
Wu Dr. Wei-Tsi Wu 1 Message
Wu Dr. Wei-Tsu Wu 15 Message
Tang Dr. Juipeng Tang 8 Message

18 Awards Won

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: The Ohio State University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N16A-T022
Budget: 07/11/16 - 05/10/17

We are proposing to identify an ICME architecture that will enable the multi-scale modeling of additive manufacturing (AM) process at both the component level as well as at the meso-scale level such that the final part quality and performance can be predicted accurately. At the component level, the proposed ICME framework would help in predictin...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Office of the Secretary of Defense
Topic: OSD13-C01
Budget: 08/13/14 - 02/13/15

Our team will investigate a multiscale modeling framework to predict the final microstructure of a dual phase Ti 6-4 component as a function of thermo-mechanical processing. The microstructure properties will vary locally throughout the part, and will include features such as grain size, phase volume fraction, morphology of grains and phases, a...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Defense Logistics Agency
Topic: DLA122-001
Budget: 06/25/14 - 06/24/15

Forging process is widely used in the manufacture of critical mission sensitive components that require high strength and better consistent performance in service conditions. Process modeling for forging processes has been very successful in the last three decades. Modeling forging process serves us a virtual tryout tool and it offers lot more ...

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: University of Texas at Austin

Agency: Navy
Topic: N12A-T018
Budget: 06/25/12 - 04/26/13

Superplastic forming process (SPF) takes advantage of unique ability of certain materials such as titanium alloys that exhibit exceptionally high tensile ductility beyond its normal limits of plastic deformation at elevated temperatures and low strain rates. Within a narrow window of a combination of elevated temperatures and low strain rates, t...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF121-113
Budget: 05/07/12 - 05/07/13

ABSTRACT: Manufacturing of jet engine and aerospace structural components involve a series of thermo-mechanical processes such as forging, heat treatment, machining and joining processes. During thermo-mechanical processing, bulk residual stresses in the components evolve which may lead to part distortion. Surface residual stresses impact fati...

Phase 2 STTR

Institution: Carnegie Mellon University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N10A-T028
Budget: 09/28/11 - 03/01/13

Numerical modeling tools can facilitate the process design, performance evaluation, and lifing prediction of a number of high-end components, including critical rotating jet engine parts. They can predict the component-wide state variables (such as stress, strain, strain rate, temperature) as a function of thermo-mechanical processing. These var...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF093-117
Budget: 07/21/11 - 07/21/13

Currently there is no commercial software modeling capability which correlates the details of a manufacturing process to the probabilistic lifing analysis of a component. Since fatigue life of a nickel base superalloy disk component is greatly influenced by bulk residual stresses, which themselves are functions of prior thermo-mechanical proces...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N102-122
Budget: 08/22/10 - 02/22/11

Hobbing is one of the most efficient and often used machining process to manufacture helical and spur gears. Hobbing process is a widely preferred to make gears as it can achieve near net shape with excellent tolerances and good surface finish at faster production rates. Gear hobbing is a complex machining process which requires a detailed under...

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: Carnegie Mellon University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N10A-T028
Budget: 06/28/10 - 08/17/11

While there are established methods available in determining the fatigue life of critical rotating components, there is still room for improvement for better understanding and prediction of life limiting factors. Improved risk assessment of jet engine disk components would require probabilistic modeling capability of the evolution of microstruct...

Phase 2 STTR

Institution: Northwestern University

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF08-T013
Budget: 03/08/10 - 03/08/12

Jet engine disk components are increasingly subjected to higher operating temperatures. To meet the demands of increasing thrust and higher operating temperatures, a newer generation of nickel based superalloys such as LSHR, Alloy 10, Rene104 and RR1000 are being processed with dual microstructure distributions. Fine grain, high strength, fat...

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