Long Electromagnetics, Inc.

44 Terraceview Drive
Mt. Lebanon, PA 15243
http://[email protected]
22 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 6
Total Value of Awards $3.85MM
First Award Date 04/03/01
Most Recent Award Date 04/15/05

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Long Mr. Lawrence J. Long 5 Message
Long Mr. Larry Long 1 Message

6 Awards Won

Phase 2 STTR

Institution: The Ohio State University

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF03T023
Budget: 04/15/05 - 04/15/07

The use of coated HT superconductors in the ac windings of electrical machines offers the possibility of much lighter electrical devices. To use these conductors at proposed high frequencies, present as-manufactured conductor geometries must be modified to reduce their ac loss by using fine filaments and other topologies). Equally important ...

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: Los Alamos National Laboratory

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF03T023
Budget: 11/06/03 - 08/06/04

Because on their high current carrying capacity in large magnetic fields, biaxially oriented superconducting films (coated superconductors) are the only superconducting materials that offer the possibility of operating in power applications at liquid-nitrogen temperatures in AC fields. Their use is predicated on the assumption that ac losses in...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF01-173
Budget: 04/19/02 - 01/30/06

New high power airborne and mobile military systems will require megawatts of electrical power from very lightweight power sources. Conventional generators will simply be too heavy for these systems and lightweight, high-speed, high temperature superconducting generators will be essential to the success of these missions. In this Phase II prog...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF01-172
Budget: 04/19/02 - 08/31/04

New airborne and mobile military systems will require megawatts of very high-voltage, electrical power delivered from very lightweight power sources. Traditional airborne power system equipment will simply not be able to produce megawatts of electrical power delivered at voltages up to 90,000 volts DC. Novel lightweight, high frequency, high-v...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF01-173
Budget: 04/06/01 - 01/06/02

Lightweight cryogenic generators, made with advanced high temperature conductors will be needed to meet the demands for lightweight multi-megawatt electrical power in emerging high power airborne weapon systems. This program extends the HTS work done in previous programs, and will build and test a one-megawatt HTS generator using novel design c...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF01-172
Budget: 04/03/01 - 01/03/02

Emerging high power airborne weapon systems will require multi-megawatt electrical power at voltages approaching 100 kV. Although multi-megawatt airborne generators are currently under development, they will not be able to directly generate the very high voltage(s) needed for some weapon systems. Power converter system development, in the past...