Adiabatics, Inc.

3385 Commerce Drive
Columbus, IN 47201
http://www.adiabatics.com
21 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 31
Total Value of Awards $11.1MM
First Award Date 01/01/84
Most Recent Award Date 04/23/08

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Saad Dr. Philipe Saad 7
Kamo Mr. Lloyd Kamo 7 Message
Woods Mr. Melvin Woods 2 Message
Kamo Roy Kamo 11
Badgley Patrick Badgley 3
Saad Mrs. Dorsaf Saad 1

31 Awards Won

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF071-106
Budget: 04/23/08 - 08/23/10

Viscosity and low temperature lubricant characteristics determine turbine engine starting capability, and lubricant motion with respect to the contact surfaces at low ambient temperature. Such low ambient temperatures influence the oil viscosity and also the variation of its curve shape versus the temperature. According to the aforementioned r...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF071-106
Budget: 05/01/07 - 05/01/08

Viscosity and low temperature lubricant characteristics determine turbine engine starting capability, and lubricant motion with respect to the contact surfaces at low ambient temperature. Low ambient temperature influences the oil viscosity and also the variation of its curve shape versus the low temperature. According to the aforementioned r...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A05-237
Budget: 10/20/06 - 10/20/10

A high-power density, Low Heat Rejection (LHR) diesel engine design for both traditional and hybrid Future Combat System (FCS) vehicle configurations is being proposed. Work under this proposal includes application of LHR engine technology to improve power density and life cycle durability of a military commercial diesel engine. This engine is...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A04-250
Budget: 02/24/06 - 02/24/08

The future generation of both military and commercial diesel engines will operate at significantly higher temperatures and pressures than today s engines. The future combat system diesel engine operating parameters demand significant design improvement of power cylinder insulation. Increased cylinder pressure and reduced cooling requirements, ...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A05-237
Budget: 12/22/05 - 04/21/06

A high-power density, low specific heat rejection diesel engine design for traditional and hybrid future combat system (FCS) vehicle configurations is being proposed. The total propulsion system of the vehicle hybrid configuration will fit the future vehicle assigned space/volume by TACOM's vehicle concept laboratory. The proposed engine will ...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A04-250
Budget: 12/08/04 - 06/08/05

The future generation of both military and commercial diesel engines will operate at significantly higher temperatures and pressures than today's engines. The future combat system diesel engine operating parameters demand significant design improvement of in cylinder insulation. Increased cylinder pressure and reduced cooling requirements, hea...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A02-237
Budget: 11/07/03 - 11/07/05

The Future Combat System (FCS) military diesel engine propulsion systems tribological considerations are predicted to be compromised primarily by the temperature capability of the lubricating fluid. Thermal oxidation resulting in lubricant work in rigid condition breakdown and formation of deposits are typical causes of engine failure at high t...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A01-219
Budget: 01/14/03 - 01/14/05

This proposal comprises research efforts to study a dynamic non-stationary friction regime with a variable range of external factors or parameters. This research method considers the development of special non-linear mathematical models for engine tribology including the lubricating oil film thickness as a function of a series of independent pa...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A02-237
Budget: 12/12/02 - 11/10/03

The Future Combat System (FCS) military diesel engine propulsion systems tribological considerations are predicted to be compromised primarily by the temperature capability of the lubricating fluid. Thermal oxidation resulting in lubricant work in rigid condition breakdown and formation of deposits are typical causes of engine failure at high t...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A00-171
Budget: 05/23/02 - 05/23/04

In future advanced military diesel engine propulsion systems, the engine's tribological considerations have been limited by the temperature capability of the lubricating fluid. Thermal oxidation resulting in lubricant breakdown and formation of films and deposits are typical causes of engine failure in the high operating conditions projected fo...

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