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SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 22
Total Value of Awards $5.15MM
First Award Date 01/01/85
Most Recent Award Date 10/15/14

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Kimball Mr. Kurt Kimball 6 Message
Roberts Ms. Anne Roberts 1 Message
Hauber David Hauber 5 Message
Bubeck Kenneth B. Bubeck 4
ruff Lawrence e. ruff 2
Cirino Mark Cirino 2
Michasiow John Michasiow 2 Message
Langone Robert Langone 3 Message

22 Awards Won

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N142-103
Budget: 10/15/14 - 04/15/15

This proposal provides an innovative CH-53K cargo floor that will exceed all technical requirements by using in-situ automated fiber placement of thermoplastic composites along with optimized stringers to produce a cobonded floor structure. The design will take advantage of the superior damage tolerance of thermoplastic composites while stressin...

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: Edison Welding Institute

Agency: Army
Topic: A12A-T004
Budget: 09/25/12 - 03/30/13

This project will build on a substantial body of empirical research to develop and validate multiscale models of ultrasonic bonding during tape placement of metal matrix composite (MMC) structures. Experiments to-date have been guided by knowledge of the ultrasonic bonding of metals heuristically applied to the more complex problem of bonding M...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N101-097
Budget: 05/02/12 - 11/02/13

Carbon fiber/PEEK thermoplastic composite has advantages over both thermoset based composites and metals in the areas of weight, damage tolerance, and manufacturing costs while maintaining solvent and temperature resistance. It is proposed that substituting the existing aluminum driveshafts with carbon/PEEK composite will allow for a lighter, mo...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A09-031
Budget: 09/30/10 - 09/30/12

Automated fiber placement (AFP) of thermoplastic (TP) composite jackets around large caliber gun barrels and railgun cores has enabled a dramatic increase in lethality while meeting aggressive maneuver requirements. Automated Dynamics has played a central role in the development of TP AFP technology and its use for this application. There is a...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N08-135
Budget: 08/26/10 - 08/26/12

This SBIR program specifically focuses in on innovative approaches to overcome the limitations associated with both the non-conformity of the rigid steel consolidation roller as well as building upon the individual tow control functionality of thermoplastic processing heads. Our main objective within the Phase I portion of the program was to dev...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N101-097
Budget: 05/10/10 - 03/09/11

Drive shafts for aerospace platforms are highly loaded, stressed, fatigued, and without question must maintain their operational capabilities. A component of this importance requires a material and design that provides not only a solution to stringent design criteria, but also a high level of confidence to the people who are fielding the platfor...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A09-031
Budget: 10/30/09 - 12/05/10

Automated fiber placement (AFP) of thermoplastic (TP) composite jackets around large caliber gun barrels and railgun cores has enabled a dramatic increase in lethality while meeting aggressive maneuver requirements. Automated Dynamics has played a central role in the development of TP AFP technology and its use for this application. There is a...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N07-027
Budget: 09/25/08 - 09/25/10

Optimize process to meet the specifications and challenges associated with the UH-1 tail boom. This will entail performing testing and evaluation of the factors deemed most relevant. This could include, but is not limited to material property testing, tooling design, tooling trials, in-situ process modifications, labor and fabrication cost ana...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N08-135
Budget: 09/11/08 - 03/09/10

xxxIn-situ fiber placement is able to offer a wide and robust processing approach that is well suited for many aerospace structures. Flat, single curvature and large radius complex curvature parts can be effectively handled with the current in-situ techniques. However, there are limitations associated with this process. The use of a rigid met...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N08-016
Budget: 04/08/08 - 10/08/08

Increased performance and reduced cost structures, is the direction many aerospace companies work toward. Our objective in Phase I is to demonstrate our automated in-situ fiber placement processing technology can provide low cost manufacturing methods with thermoplastic composites while maintaining structural integrity, increased performance an...

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