CAGE 0E6M3 - DYNAFLOW, INC
USA

DYNAFLOW, INC

CAGE Code: 0E6M3
DUNS: 605227875
10621 IRON BRIDGE RD STE J
JESSUP MD 20794-9381
UNITED STATES

Telephone: 3016043688
Fax: 3016043689

DYNAFLOW, INC is an Active Commercial Supplier with the Cage Code 0E6M3 and is tracked by Dun & Bradstreet under DUNS Number 605227875.

Additional Data For CAGE 0E6M3

SIC Code 1:7371
Status:A
Type:F
Size:A
Primary Business:N
Type of Business:N
Woman Owned:N
CAO:S2101A
ADP CNT CT:HQ0338

USA Government Contracting Activity for 0E6M3

Monday, December 18, 2017
($0.01)
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z032: RESEARCHDEVELOPMENT CNTR(00032)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF - CONTRACT RESULTING FROM A BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SUBSURFACE OIL RECOVERY USING MICROBUBBLE FLOATATION - CHANGE PROTOTYPE TESTING DATE AND ADD DISPOSITION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPERTY. PURPOSE OF MODIFICATION TO DE-OBLIGATE $.01
AH32: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: WATER POLLUTION (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  HSCG3215CR00005     HSCG3214RR00021  
Friday, December 15, 2017
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
EFFECTIVE, LOW POWER, GAS-LIQUID SEPARATION SYSTEMS ARE IMPERATIVE FOR THE OPERATION OF COST-EFFECTIVE TWO-PHASE FLOW SYSTEMS IN SPACE. THE LIMITATIONS ON THE VOLUMES AND WEIGHTS TO BE CARRIED FOR SPACE EXPERIMENTS MAKE IT IMPERATIVE TO HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO SEPARATE GASES FROM LIQUIDS IN ORDER TO RECYCLE AND REUSE BOTH. ONE EFFECTIVE WAY TO DO SO IS TO USE CENTRIFUGAL FORCE. MANY PHASE SEPARATORS DEVICES HAVE BEEN DESIGNED AND INVESTIGATED USING THIS FORCE AND PASSIVE SEPARATORS REQUIRING NO MOVING MECHANICAL PARTS AND LOW POWER HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED INTENSIVELY OWING TO THEIR SIMPLICITY AND DEPENDABILITY. MCQUILLEN ET AL. [1-3] AT NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER HAS DEVELOPED THE CASCADE CYCLONIC SEPARATION DEVICE (CSD-C). THIS FREE VORTEX SEPARATOR (FVS) IS VERY EFFICIENT FOR MID-RANGE VOID FRACTION (FROM 40 TO 80% OF GAS) WITH AN EFFICIENCY APPROACHING 100%. HOWEVER, IT IS NOT AS EFFICIENT FOR LOWER VOID FRACTION.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  80NSSC18M0001  
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
$0.00
6900: Department of Transportation
6913G6: VOLPE NATL TRANSPORTATION SYS CNTR

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
ONE MONTH PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE EXTENSION FOR FHWA SBIR PHASE I, 17.1-FH2-004 DYNAFLOW INC., PROJECT TITLED, "DEVELOPMENT OF AN ACOUSTIC METHOD FOR RAPID ASSESSMENT OF AIR VOID SYSTEM IN FRESH CONCRETE"
AZ12: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  DTRT5717C10171     DTRT5717RSBIR1  
Friday, November 17, 2017
$118,776.45
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
EFFECTIVE, LOW POWER, GAS-LIQUID SEPARATION SYSTEMS ARE IMPERATIVE FOR THE OPERATION OF COST-EFFECTIVE TWO-PHASE FLOW SYSTEMS IN SPACE. THE LIMITATIONS ON THE VOLUMES AND WEIGHTS TO BE CARRIED FOR SPACE EXPERIMENTS MAKE IT IMPERATIVE TO HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO SEPARATE GASES FROM LIQUIDS IN ORDER TO RECYCLE AND REUSE BOTH. ONE EFFECTIVE WAY TO DO SO IS TO USE CENTRIFUGAL FORCE. MANY PHASE SEPARATORS DEVICES HAVE BEEN DESIGNED AND INVESTIGATED USING THIS FORCE AND PASSIVE SEPARATORS REQUIRING NO MOVING MECHANICAL PARTS AND LOW POWER HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED INTENSIVELY OWING TO THEIR SIMPLICITY AND DEPENDABILITY. MCQUILLEN ET AL. [1-3] AT NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER HAS DEVELOPED THE CASCADE CYCLONIC SEPARATION DEVICE (CSD-C). THIS FREE VORTEX SEPARATOR (FVS) IS VERY EFFICIENT FOR MID-RANGE VOID FRACTION (FROM 40 TO 80% OF GAS) WITH AN EFFICIENCY APPROACHING 100%. HOWEVER, IT IS NOT AS EFFICIENT FOR LOWER VOID FRACTION.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  80NSSC18M0001  
Thursday, November 16, 2017
($118,776.45)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Thursday, September 21, 2017
$32,300.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00167: NSWC CARDEROCK

B: PURCHASE ORDER
ASTM G134 JET EROSION TEST RIG
6640: LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

  N0016717P0397  
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF -INCORPORATE ECRAFT STANDARD LANGUAGE
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
$170,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF - TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES TO SUPPORT DYNAMIC SYSTEM MECHANICS ADVANCED SIMULATION (DYSMAS)
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017417F0347     N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Thursday, August 31, 2017
$100,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Friday, August 25, 2017
($100,000.00)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Monday, August 14, 2017
$100,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00178: NSWC DAHLGREN

B: IDC
SEAPORT ENHANCED
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017804D4038  
Thursday, July 20, 2017
$28,539.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF LONG RANGE BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT ONR BAA 15-001 (BAA) FOR NAVY AND MARINE CORPS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
AD93: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001415C5029     ONRBAA1 50001  
Thursday, July 6, 2017
$5,000.00
6900: Department of Transportation
6913G6: VOLPE NATL TRANSPORTATION SYS CNTR

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF FHWA SBIR PHASE I, 17.1-FH2-004 DYNAFLOW INC., PROJECT TITLED, "DEVELOPMENT OF AN ACOUSTIC METHOD FOR RAPID ASSESSMENT OF AIR VOID SYSTEM IN FRESH CONCRETE"
AZ12: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  DTRT5717C10171     DTRT5717RSBIR1  
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF - EXERCISING OPTION YEAR II
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
$50,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Friday, May 26, 2017
$0.00
6900: Department of Transportation
6913G6: VOLPE NATL TRANSPORTATION SYS CNTR

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF FHWA SBIR PHASE I, 17.1-FH2-004 DYNAFLOW INC., PROJECT TITLED, "DEVELOPMENT OF AN ACOUSTIC METHOD FOR RAPID ASSESSMENT OF AIR VOID SYSTEM IN FRESH CONCRETE"
AZ12: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  DTRT5717C10171     DTRT5717RSBIR1  
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
$99,927.00
6900: Department of Transportation
6913G6: VOLPE NATL TRANSPORTATION SYS CNTR

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF FHWA SBIR PHASE I, 17.1-FH2-004 DYNAFLOW INC., PROJECT TITLED, "DEVELOPMENT OF AN ACOUSTIC METHOD FOR RAPID ASSESSMENT OF AIR VOID SYSTEM IN FRESH CONCRETE"
AZ12: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  DTRT5717C10171     DTRT5717RSBIR1  
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
$25,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Thursday, April 20, 2017
$50,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF - TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES TO SUPPORT DYNAMIC SYSTEM MECHANICS ADVANCED SIMULATION (DYSMAS).
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017417F0053     N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Monday, April 10, 2017
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
$100,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF LONG RANGE BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT ONR BAA 15-001 (BAA) FOR NAVY AND MARINE CORPS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
AD93: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001415C5029     ONRBAA1 50001  
Friday, March 17, 2017
$44,544.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF LONG RANGE BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA) FOR NAVY AND MARINE CORPS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001415C0052  
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
$0.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z032: RESEARCHDEVELOPMENT CNTR(00032)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF - CONTRACT RESULTING FROM A BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SUBSURFACE OIL RECOVERY USING MICROBUBBLE FLOATATION - CHANGE PROTOTYPE TESTING DATE AND ADD DISPOSITION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPERTY
AH32: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: WATER POLLUTION (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  HSCG3215CR00005     HSCG3214RR00021  
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
$50,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00178: NSWC DAHLGREN

B: IDC
SEAPORT ENHANCED
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017804D4038  
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
$165,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF - ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT OF DYNAMIC SYSTEM MECHANICS ADVANCED SIMULATION (DYSMAS).
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  0007     N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
$30,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF - NEW TASK ORDER FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT OF DYNAMIC SYSTEM MECHANICS ADVANCED SIMULATION (DYSMAS).
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  0006     N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Friday, August 12, 2016
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00030: STRATEGIC SYSTEMS PROGRAMS

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
ADMIN MOD; IGF::CT::IGF
AC21: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: MISSILE/SPACE SYSTEMS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  N0003016C0232  
Thursday, August 11, 2016
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF - INCORPORATE FAR CLAUSE 52.242-4
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Friday, August 5, 2016
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF LONG RANGE BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT ONR BAA 15-001 (BAA) FOR NAVY AND MARINE CORPS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
AD93: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001415C5029     ONRBAA1 50001  
Friday, June 24, 2016
$100,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Thursday, June 23, 2016
($100,000.00)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF - EXERCISING OPTION YEAR I
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Friday, June 3, 2016
$100,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
$43,041.89
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF - NEW TASK ORDER
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  0005     N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Monday, May 2, 2016
$119,404.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF LONG RANGE BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT ONR BAA 15-001 (BAA) FOR NAVY AND MARINE CORPS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
AD93: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001415C5029     ONRBAA1 50001  
Friday, April 29, 2016
$70,005.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::CT::IGF TESTING OF A NON-ABRASIVE DIVER OPERATED PROPELLER CLEANING SYSTEM
AD93: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001416P2028     N0001411RSBR2  
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
$0.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z032: RESEARCHDEVELOPMENT CNTR(00032)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CHANGE PROTOTYPE TESTING DATES AND ADD DISPOSITION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPERTY.
AH32: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: WATER POLLUTION (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  HSCG3215CR00005     HSCG3214RR00021  
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
$79,998.65
9700: Department of Defense
N00030: STRATEGIC SYSTEMS PROGRAMS

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
BASIC; SBIR PHASE I; IGF::CT::IGF
AC21: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: MISSILE/SPACE SYSTEMS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  N0003016C0232  
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
$214,971.56
7000: Department of Homeland Security
00032: RESEARCH&DEVELOPMENT CNTR

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF - CONTRACT RESULTING FROM A BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SUBSURFACE OIL RECOVERY USING MICROBUBBLE FLOATATION - ADD FUNDED AMOUNT TO P00004
AH32: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: WATER POLLUTION (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  HSCG3215CR00005     HSCG3214RR00021  
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
$0.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
00032: RESEARCH&DEVELOPMENT CNTR

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF - CONTRACT RESULTING FROM A BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SUBSURFACE OIL RECOVERY USING MICROBUBBLE FLOATATION - MODIFICATION TO EXERCISE AN OPTION
AH32: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: WATER POLLUTION (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  HSCG3215CR00005     HSCG3214RR00021  
Friday, March 4, 2016
$40,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF - NEW TASK ORDER
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  0004     N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
($31,972.39)
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF - DECREASE TASK ORDER CEILING AND DE-OBLIGATE FUNDING.
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  0002     N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
($11,069.50)
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF - DECREASE CEILING AND DE-OBLIGATE FUNDING
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  0001     N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Friday, February 26, 2016
$45,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Thursday, February 18, 2016
$150,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF LONG RANGE BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA) FOR NAVY AND MARINE CORPS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001415C0052  
Friday, January 8, 2016
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00178: NSWC DAHLGREN

B: IDC
SEAPORT ENHANCED
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017804D4038  
Monday, December 21, 2015
$0.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
00032: RESEARCH&DEVELOPMENT CNTR

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF - CONTRACT RESULTING FROM A BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SUBSURFACE OIL RECOVERY USING MICROBUBBLE FLOATATION - MOD TO EXTEND THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
AH32: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: WATER POLLUTION (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  HSCG3215CR00005     HSCG3214RR00021  
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF - EXTEND PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  0003     N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
$40,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE REQUEST FROM NASA TO CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS BEYOND AUGUST 24 2015, THE END DATE OF THE ON GOING NNX11AO76A GRANT UNDER A NEW YEAR PROGRAM TO CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUBBLY FLOW SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND MODELING AND IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR TWO PHASE FLOW CHARACTERIZATION. WE PROPOSE TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS DURING THIS PERIOD. TASK 1. EXPAND THE R AND D FURTHER TOWARDS THE SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY ASPECTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CONCEPT REVIEW (SCR). TASK 2. CONTINUE TO FURTHER IMPROVE THE DYNASWIRL PHASE SEPARATOR INTO AN EFFICIENT DEVICE, WHICH COVER A LARGE RANGE OF VOID FRACTIONS. CHARACTERIZE THE DESIGNS THROUGH GROUND AND REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TESTS. IMPROVE THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF MEMBRANE FOR GAS EXTRACTION AND EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES TO REPLACE THE MEMBRANE CONCEPT. TASK 3. PROVIDE SUPPORTS TO NASAS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TEST EFFORTS TO BUILD AN ISS READY TEST RIG. SUPPLY PERTINENT TEST SECTIONS AND RELATED MEASUREMENT DEVICES THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH GROUND TEST AND THE ISS EXPERIMENT. PROVIDE NASA WITH AN ABS SYSTEM FOR USE AT NASA FACILITIES. TASK 4. CONDUCT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO GUIDE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF THE DYNASWIRL TWO PHASE SEPARATOR. TASK 5. DEVELOP ACCURATE LOCAL VOID FRACTION MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES OF BOTH INPUT AND OUTPUT FROM THE PHASE SEPARATOR, INCLUDING IMPEDANCE PROBES, AND THE ABS ACOUSTIC BUBBLE SPECTROMETER
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX16AB85A  
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
$0.00
1300: Department of Commerce
0AMS: ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT SERVICES

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IN ACCORDANCE WITH FAR 4.804, THIS MODIFICATION IS TO CLOSEOUT CONTRACT DG133R-05-CN-1206. THE AWARD AMOUNT OF $50,000.00 HAS BEEN INVOICED AND PAID IN FULL DYNAFLOW INC. ALL ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS ARE COMPLETE. THIS CONTRACT IS CLOSED AND SHALL BE PROCESSED IN ACCORDANCE WITH FAR 4.805.
B599: SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- OTHER

  DOCDG133R05CN1206  
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
$0.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
00032: RESEARCH&DEVELOPMENT CNTR

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF - CONTRACT RESULTING FROM A BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SUBSURFACE OIL RECOVERY USING MICROBUBBLE FLOATATION - MOD TO ADD 52.204-14 SERVICE CONTRACT REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
AH32: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: WATER POLLUTION (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  HSCG3215CR00005     HSCG3214RR00021  
Monday, October 5, 2015
$75,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF - NEW TASK ORDER AND FUNDING
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  0003     N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
$45,459.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
EFFECTIVE, LOW POWER, GAS LIQUID SEPARATION SYSTEMS ARE IMPERATIVE FOR THE OPERATION OF COST EFFECTIVE TWO PHASE FLOW SYSTEMS IN SPACE. THE LIMITATIONS ON THE AMOUNT OF LIQUIDS AND GASES CARRIED FOR SPACE EXPERIMENTS MAKE IT IMPERATIVE TO HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO SEPARATE THEM IN ORDER TO RECYCLE AND REUSE THEM. ON EARTH GAS BUBBLES DISPERSED IN A LIQUID CAN BE SEPARATED USING GRAVITY INDUCED BUOYANCY. IN MICROGRAVITY ENVIRONMENT, HOWEVER, OTHER EXTERNAL FORCES MUST BE UTILIZED TO SEPARATE BUBBLES FROM LIQUIDS. ONE EFFECTIVE WAY TO SEPARATE GAS AND LIQUID IS TO USE THE CENTRIFUGAL FORCE. MANY PHASE SEPARATORS DEVICES HAVE BEEN DESIGNED AND INVESTIGATED USING THIS FORCE AND PASSIVE SEPARATOR DEVICES REQUIRING NO MOVING MECHANICAL PARTS AND LOW POWER HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED INTENSIVELY OWING TO THEIR SIMPLICITY AND DEPENDABILITY 1 3. MCQUILLEN ET AL. IN NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER HAS BEEN DEVELOPING SINCE 1995 THE CASCADE CYCLONIC SEPARATION DEVICE CSD 4 5. THIS FREE VORTEX SEPARATOR FVS HAS BEEN PROVEN TO BE VERY EFFICIENT FOR MIDRANGE VOID FRACTION FROM 40 TO 80 OF GAS WITH AN EFFICIENCY APPROACHING 100. HOWEVER, THIS FVS IS NOT AS EFFICIENT FOR LOWER VOID FRACTION, AND OUR PRESENTLY BEING DEVELOPED DYNASWIRL HOPES TO ADDRESS EFFECTIVELY THIS ASPECT. IN THE DYNASWIRL THE FLUID IS INTRODUCED IN THE SPACE BETWEEN THE TWO CYLINDERS, AND THE SWIRLING FLOW IS GENERATED INSIDE THE INNER CYLINDER USING TANGENTIAL INLET SLOTS. THIS CONFIGURATION ENABLES GENERATION OF THE VERY HIGH CIRCULATION NECESSARY TO CAVITATE THE VORTEX CORE AND MAKES THE RESULTING GASEOUS VAPOROUS CORE VERY STABLE EVEN AT LOW FLOW RATES. IN ADDITION, DUE TO ITS SIMPLE GEOMETRY, THE FLOW IN THE VORTEX CHAMBER CAN BE NUMERICALLY INVESTIGATED WITHOUT USE OF COMPLICATED GRIDS. THE MAIN IDEA OF THE DYNASWIRL IS TO COMBINE AND USE SWIRL, CAVITATION, AND RECTIFIED GAS DIFFUSION TO FORCE LOW VOID FRACTION GAS OUT OF THE LIQUID INTO THE CENTRAL CORE OF THE VORTEX. THE DYNASWIRL SEPARATOR WAS SELECTED FOR FUNDING BY NASA IN 2009 THROUGH NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER NNH08ZTT002N, RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN FLUID PHYSICS, AND OUR EFFORTS TO DATE HAVE SHOWN THAT THE IDEA IS FEASIBLE. WE WERE FORTUNATE TO HAVING BEEN SELECTED SOON AFTER, EARLY IN OUR WORK ON THE CONCEPT, TO DEMONSTRATE OPERATION ON A NASA REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TEST. AS A CONTINUATION OF THE ON-GOING GRANT NUMBER NNX09AI35G, WE PROPOSE HERE TO PURSUE THESE EFFORTS TO DEVELOP OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS A FULLY OPERATIONAL DYNASWIRL BUBBLE SEPARATOR TO BE TESTED BY NASA ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION ISS USING ONE OF THE EXISTING FLUID INTEGRATED RACK FACILITIES.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX11AO76A  
Thursday, August 20, 2015
($45,459.00)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
EFFECTIVE, LOW POWER, GAS LIQUID SEPARATION SYSTEMS ARE IMPERATIVE FOR THE OPERATION OF COST-EFFECTIVE TWO PHASE FLOW SYSTEMS IN SPACE. THE LIMITATIONS ON THE AMOUNT OF LIQUIDS AND GASES CARRIED FOR SPACE EXPERIMENTS MAKE IT IMPERATIVE TO HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO SEPARATE THEM IN ORDER TO RECYCLE AND REUSE THEM. ON EARTH GAS BUBBLES DISPERSED IN A LIQUID CAN BE SEPARATED USING GRAVITY-INDUCED BUOYANCY. IN MICROGRAVITY ENVIRONMENT, HOWEVER, OTHER EXTERNAL FORCES MUST BE UTILIZED TO SEPARATE BUBBLES FROM LIQUIDS. ONE EFFECTIVE WAY TO SEPARATE GAS AND LIQUID IS TO USE THE CENTRIFUGAL FORCE. MANY PHASE SEPARATORS DEVICES HAVE BEEN DESIGNED AND INVESTIGATED USING THIS FORCE AND PASSIVE SEPARATOR DEVICES REQUIRING NO MOVING MECHANICAL PARTS AND LOW POWER HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED INTENSIVELY OWING TO THEIR SIMPLICITY AND DEPENDABILITY [1-3. MCQUILLEN ET AL. IN NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER HAS BEEN DEVELOPING SINCE 1995 THE CASCADE CYCLONIC SEPARATION DEVICE CSD 4-5. THIS FREE VORTEX SEPARATOR FVS HAS BEEN PROVEN TO BE VERY EFFICIENT FOR MIDRANGE VOID FRACTION FROM 40 TO 80 OF GAS WITH AN EFFICIENCY APPROACHING 100. HOWEVER, THIS FVS IS NOT AS EFFICIENT FOR LOWER VOID FRACTION, AND OUR PRESENTLY BEING DEVELOPED DYNASWIRL HOPES TO ADDRESS EFFECTIVELY THIS ASPECT. IN THE DYNASWIRL THE FLUID IS INTRODUCED IN THE SPACE BETWEEN THE TWO CYLINDERS, AND THE SWIRLING FLOW IS GENERATED INSIDE THE INNER CYLINDER USING TANGENTIAL INLET SLOTS. THIS CONFIGURATION ENABLES GENERATION OF THE VERY HIGH CIRCULATION NECESSARY TO CAVITATE THE VORTEX CORE AND MAKES THE RESULTING GASEOUS VAPOROUS CORE VERY STABLE EVEN AT LOW FLOW RATES. IN ADDITION, DUE TO ITS SIMPLE GEOMETRY, THE FLOW IN THE VORTEX CHAMBER CAN BE NUMERICALLY INVESTIGATED WITHOUT USE OF COMPLICATED GRIDS. THE MAIN IDEA OF THE DYNASWIRL IS TO COMBINE AND USE SWIRL, CAVITATION, AND RECTIFIED GAS DIFFUSION TO FORCE LOW VOID FRACTION GAS OUT OF THE LIQUID INTO THE CENTRAL CORE OF THE VORTEX. THE DYNASWIRL SEPARATOR WAS SELECTED FOR FUNDING BY NASA IN 2009 THROUGH NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER NNH08ZTT002N, RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN FLUID PHYSICS, AND OUR EFFORTS TO DATE HAVE SHOWN THAT THE IDEA IS FEASIBLE. WE WERE FORTUNATE TO HAVING BEEN SELECTED SOON AFTER, EARLY IN OUR WORK ON THE CONCEPT, TO DEMONSTRATE OPERATION ON A NASA REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TEST. AS A CONTINUATION OF THE ON-GOING GRANT NUMBER NNX09AI35G, WE PROPOSE HERE TO PURSUE THESE EFFORTS TO DEVELOP OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS A FULLY OPERATIONAL DYNASWIRL BUBBLE SEPARATOR TO BE TESTED BY NASA ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION ISS USING ONE OF THE EXISTING FLUID INTEGRATED RACK FACILITIES.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX11AO76A  
Friday, August 7, 2015
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
EFFECTIVE, LOW POWER, GAS LIQUID SEPARATION SYSTEMS ARE IMPERATIVE FOR THE OPERATION OF COST-EFFECTIVE TWO PHASE FLOW SYSTEMS IN SPACE. THE LIMITATIONS ON THE AMOUNT OF LIQUIDS AND GASES CARRIED FOR SPACE EXPERIMENTS MAKE IT IMPERATIVE TO HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO SEPARATE THEM IN ORDER TO RECYCLE AND REUSE THEM. ON EARTH GAS BUBBLES DISPERSED IN A LIQUID CAN BE SEPARATED USING GRAVITY-INDUCED BUOYANCY. IN MICROGRAVITY ENVIRONMENT, HOWEVER, OTHER EXTERNAL FORCES MUST BE UTILIZED TO SEPARATE BUBBLES FROM LIQUIDS. ONE EFFECTIVE WAY TO SEPARATE GAS AND LIQUID IS TO USE THE CENTRIFUGAL FORCE. MANY PHASE SEPARATORS DEVICES HAVE BEEN DESIGNED AND INVESTIGATED USING THIS FORCE AND PASSIVE SEPARATOR DEVICES REQUIRING NO MOVING MECHANICAL PARTS AND LOW POWER HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED INTENSIVELY OWING TO THEIR SIMPLICITY AND DEPENDABILITY [1-3. MCQUILLEN ET AL. IN NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER HAS BEEN DEVELOPING SINCE 1995 THE CASCADE CYCLONIC SEPARATION DEVICE CSD 4-5. THIS FREE VORTEX SEPARATOR FVS HAS BEEN PROVEN TO BE VERY EFFICIENT FOR MIDRANGE VOID FRACTION FROM 40 TO 80 OF GAS WITH AN EFFICIENCY APPROACHING 100. HOWEVER, THIS FVS IS NOT AS EFFICIENT FOR LOWER VOID FRACTION, AND OUR PRESENTLY BEING DEVELOPED DYNASWIRL HOPES TO ADDRESS EFFECTIVELY THIS ASPECT. IN THE DYNASWIRL THE FLUID IS INTRODUCED IN THE SPACE BETWEEN THE TWO CYLINDERS, AND THE SWIRLING FLOW IS GENERATED INSIDE THE INNER CYLINDER USING TANGENTIAL INLET SLOTS. THIS CONFIGURATION ENABLES GENERATION OF THE VERY HIGH CIRCULATION NECESSARY TO CAVITATE THE VORTEX CORE AND MAKES THE RESULTING GASEOUS VAPOROUS CORE VERY STABLE EVEN AT LOW FLOW RATES. IN ADDITION, DUE TO ITS SIMPLE GEOMETRY, THE FLOW IN THE VORTEX CHAMBER CAN BE NUMERICALLY INVESTIGATED WITHOUT USE OF COMPLICATED GRIDS. THE MAIN IDEA OF THE DYNASWIRL IS TO COMBINE AND USE SWIRL, CAVITATION, AND RECTIFIED GAS DIFFUSION TO FORCE LOW VOID FRACTION GAS OUT OF THE LIQUID INTO THE CENTRAL CORE OF THE VORTEX. THE DYNASWIRL SEPARATOR WAS SELECTED FOR FUNDING BY NASA IN 2009 THROUGH NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER NNH08ZTT002N, RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN FLUID PHYSICS, AND OUR EFFORTS TO DATE HAVE SHOWN THAT THE IDEA IS FEASIBLE. WE WERE FORTUNATE TO HAVING BEEN SELECTED SOON AFTER, EARLY IN OUR WORK ON THE CONCEPT, TO DEMONSTRATE OPERATION ON A NASA REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TEST. AS A CONTINUATION OF THE ON-GOING GRANT NUMBER NNX09AI35G, WE PROPOSE HERE TO PURSUE THESE EFFORTS TO DEVELOP OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS A FULLY OPERATIONAL DYNASWIRL BUBBLE SEPARATOR TO BE TESTED BY NASA ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION ISS USING ONE OF THE EXISTING FLUID INTEGRATED RACK FACILITIES.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX11AO76A  
Thursday, July 30, 2015
$0.00
1300: Department of Commerce
000QA: DEPT OF COMM/NAT OCEAN AND ATMOS ADMIN

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
CLOSED
AZ12: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  DOCWC133R11CN0151     NOAA 2011-1  
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
$0.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
00032: RESEARCH&DEVELOPMENT CNTR

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF - AWARD OF CONTRACT RESULTING FROM A BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SUBSURFACE OIL RECOVERY USING MICROBUBBLE FLOATATION - MOD TO EXTEND THE DUE DATE OF DELIVERABLE NO. 3 AND EXTEND THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
AH32: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: WATER POLLUTION (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  HSCG3215CR00005     HSCG3214RR00021  
Monday, July 13, 2015
$9,226.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF LONG RANGE BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA) FOR NAVY AND MARINE CORPS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001415C0052  
Monday, June 15, 2015
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF BASIC CONTRACT AWARD FOR DYSMAS SUPPORT
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Monday, June 15, 2015
$75,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

C: DELIVERY ORDER
TASK ORDER 0001 IAW PWS IGF::OT::IGF
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  0001     N0017415D0008     N0017415R0005  
Thursday, May 21, 2015
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00178: NSWC DAHLGREN

B: IDC
SEAPORT ENHANCED
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017804D4038  
Thursday, May 21, 2015
$161,409.12
7000: Department of Homeland Security
00032: RESEARCH&DEVELOPMENT CNTR

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF - AWARD OF CONTRACT RESULTING FROM A BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SUBSURFACE OIL RECOVERY USING MICROBUBBLE FLOATATION
AH32: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: WATER POLLUTION (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  HSCG3215CR00005     HSCG3214RR00021  
Thursday, May 14, 2015
$127,726.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF LONG RANGE BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT ONR BAA 15-001 (BAA) FOR NAVY AND MARINE CORPS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
AD93: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001415C5029     ONRBAA1 50001  
Saturday, April 11, 2015
$44,100.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00173: NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF EROSION TESTING
AC24: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: MISSILE/SPACE SYSTEMS (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  N0017315P1498  
Monday, April 6, 2015
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00178: NSWC DAHLGREN

B: IDC
SEAPORT ENHANCED
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017804D4038  
Thursday, March 26, 2015
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001412C0382  
Thursday, March 19, 2015
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF SBIR 2011.2
AD93: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001413C0076  
Thursday, March 5, 2015
$45,459.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
EFFECTIVE, LOW POWER, GAS-LIQUID SEPARATION SYSTEMS ARE IMPERATIVE FOR THE OPERATION OF COST-EFFECTIVE TWO-PHASE FLOW SYSTEMS IN SPACE. THE LIMITATIONS ON THE AMOUNT OF LIQUIDS AND GASES CARRIED FOR SPACE EXPERIMENTS MAKE IT IMPERATIVE TO HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO SEPARATE THEM IN ORDER TO RECYCLE AND REUSE THEM. ON EARTH GAS BUBBLES DISPERSED IN A LIQUID CAN BE SEPARATED USING GRAVITY-INDUCED BUOYANCY. IN MICROGRAVITY ENVIRONMENT, HOWEVER, OTHER EXTERNAL FORCES MUST BE UTILIZED TO SEPARATE BUBBLES FROM LIQUIDS. ONE EFFECTIVE WAY TO SEPARATE GAS AND LIQUID IS TO USE THE CENTRIFUGAL FORCE. MANY PHASE SEPARATORS DEVICES HAVE BEEN DESIGNED AND INVESTIGATED USING THIS FORCE AND PASSIVE SEPARATOR DEVICES REQUIRING NO MOVING MECHANICAL PARTS AND LOW POWER HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED INTENSIVELY OWING TO THEIR SIMPLICITY AND DEPENDABILITY [1-3]. MCQUILLEN ET AL. IN NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER HAS BEEN DEVELOPING SINCE 1995 THE CASCADE CYCLONIC SEPARATION DEVICE (CSD-C) [4-5]. THIS FREE VORTEX SEPARATOR (FVS) HAS BEEN PROVEN TO BE VERY EFFICIENT FOR MID-RANGE VOID FRACTION (FROM 40 TO 80% OF GAS) WITH AN EFFICIENCY APPROACHING 100%. HOWEVER, THIS FVS IS NOT AS EFFICIENT FOR LOWER VOID FRACTION, AND OUR PRESENTLY BEING DEVELOPED DYNASWIRL HOPES TO ADDRESS EFFECTIVELY THIS ASPECT. IN THE DYNASWIRL THE FLUID IS INTRODUCED IN THE SPACE BETWEEN THE TWO CYLINDERS, AND THE SWIRLING FLOW IS GENERATED INSIDE THE INNER CYLINDER USING TANGENTIAL INLET SLOTS. THIS CONFIGURATION ENABLES GENERATION OF THE VERY HIGH CIRCULATION NECESSARY TO CAVITATE THE VORTEX CORE AND MAKES THE RESULTING GASEOUS/VAPOROUS CORE VERY STABLE EVEN AT LOW FLOW RATES. IN ADDITION, DUE TO ITS SIMPLE GEOMETRY, THE FLOW IN THE VORTEX CHAMBER CAN BE NUMERICALLY INVESTIGATED WITHOUT USE OF COMPLICATED GRIDS. THE MAIN IDEA OF THE DYNASWIRL IS TO COMBINE AND USE SWIRL, CAVITATION, AND RECTIFIED GAS DIFFUSION TO FORCE LOW VOID FRACTION GAS OUT OF THE LIQUID INTO THE CENTRAL CORE OF THE VORTEX. THE DYNASWIRL SEPARATOR WAS SELECTED FOR FUNDING BY NASA IN 2009 THROUGH NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER NNH08ZTT002N, "RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN FLUID PHYSICS", AND OUR EFFORTS TO DATE HAVE SHOWN THAT THE IDEA IS FEASIBLE. WE WERE FORTUNATE TO HAVING BEEN SELECTED SOON AFTER, EARLY IN OUR WORK ON THE CONCEPT, TO DEMONSTRATE OPERATION ON A NASA REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TEST. AS A CONTINUATION OF THE ON-GOING GRANT NUMBER - NNX09AI35G, WE PROPOSE HERE TO PURSUE THESE EFFORTS TO DEVELOP OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS A FULLY OPERATIONAL DYNASWIRL BUBBLE SEPARATOR TO BE TESTED BY NASA ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION (ISS) USING ONE OF THE EXISTING FLUID INTEGRATED RACK FACILITIES.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX11AO76A  
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
EFFECTIVE, LOW POWER, GAS-LIQUID SEPARATION SYSTEMS ARE IMPERATIVE FOR THE OPERATION OF COST-EFFECTIVE TWO-PHASE FLOW SYSTEMS IN SPACE. THE LIMITATIONS ON THE AMOUNT OF LIQUIDS AND GASES CARRIED FOR SPACE EXPERIMENTS MAKE IT IMPERATIVE TO HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO SEPARATE THEM IN ORDER TO RECYCLE AND REUSE THEM. ON EARTH GAS BUBBLES DISPERSED IN A LIQUID CAN BE SEPARATED USING GRAVITY-INDUCED BUOYANCY. IN MICROGRAVITY ENVIRONMENT, HOWEVER, OTHER EXTERNAL FORCES MUST BE UTILIZED TO SEPARATE BUBBLES FROM LIQUIDS. ONE EFFECTIVE WAY TO SEPARATE GAS AND LIQUID IS TO USE THE CENTRIFUGAL FORCE. MANY PHASE SEPARATORS DEVICES HAVE BEEN DESIGNED AND INVESTIGATED USING THIS FORCE AND PASSIVE SEPARATOR DEVICES REQUIRING NO MOVING MECHANICAL PARTS AND LOW POWER HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED INTENSIVELY OWING TO THEIR SIMPLICITY AND DEPENDABILITY [1-3]. MCQUILLEN ET AL. IN NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER HAS BEEN DEVELOPING SINCE 1995 THE CASCADE CYCLONIC SEPARATION DEVICE (CSD-C) [4-5]. THIS FREE VORTEX SEPARATOR (FVS) HAS BEEN PROVEN TO BE VERY EFFICIENT FOR MID-RANGE VOID FRACTION (FROM 40 TO 80% OF GAS) WITH AN EFFICIENCY APPROACHING 100%. HOWEVER, THIS FVS IS NOT AS EFFICIENT FOR LOWER VOID FRACTION, AND OUR PRESENTLY BEING DEVELOPED DYNASWIRL HOPES TO ADDRESS EFFECTIVELY THIS ASPECT. IN THE DYNASWIRL THE FLUID IS INTRODUCED IN THE SPACE BETWEEN THE TWO CYLINDERS, AND THE SWIRLING FLOW IS GENERATED INSIDE THE INNER CYLINDER USING TANGENTIAL INLET SLOTS. THIS CONFIGURATION ENABLES GENERATION OF THE VERY HIGH CIRCULATION NECESSARY TO CAVITATE THE VORTEX CORE AND MAKES THE RESULTING GASEOUS/VAPOROUS CORE VERY STABLE EVEN AT LOW FLOW RATES. IN ADDITION, DUE TO ITS SIMPLE GEOMETRY, THE FLOW IN THE VORTEX CHAMBER CAN BE NUMERICALLY INVESTIGATED WITHOUT USE OF COMPLICATED GRIDS. THE MAIN IDEA OF THE DYNASWIRL IS TO COMBINE AND USE SWIRL, CAVITATION, AND RECTIFIED GAS DIFFUSION TO FORCE LOW VOID FRACTION GAS OUT OF THE LIQUID INTO THE CENTRAL CORE OF THE VORTEX. THE DYNASWIRL SEPARATOR WAS SELECTED FOR FUNDING BY NASA IN 2009 THROUGH NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER NNH08ZTT002N, "RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN FLUID PHYSICS", AND OUR EFFORTS TO DATE HAVE SHOWN THAT THE IDEA IS FEASIBLE. WE WERE FORTUNATE TO HAVING BEEN SELECTED SOON AFTER, EARLY IN OUR WORK ON THE CONCEPT, TO DEMONSTRATE OPERATION ON A NASA REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TEST. AS A CONTINUATION OF THE ON-GOING GRANT NUMBER - NNX09AI35G, WE PROPOSE HERE TO PURSUE THESE EFFORTS TO DEVELOP OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS A FULLY OPERATIONAL DYNASWIRL BUBBLE SEPARATOR TO BE TESTED BY NASA ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION (ISS) USING ONE OF THE EXISTING FLUID INTEGRATED RACK FACILITIES.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX11AO76A  
Thursday, February 19, 2015
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
EFFECTIVE, LOW POWER, GAS-LIQUID SEPARATION SYSTEMS ARE IMPERATIVE FOR THE OPERATION OF COST-EFFECTIVE TWO-PHASE FLOW SYSTEMS IN SPACE. THE LIMITATIONS ON THE AMOUNT OF LIQUIDS AND GASES CARRIED FOR SPACE EXPERIMENTS MAKE IT IMPERATIVE TO HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO SEPARATE THEM IN ORDER TO RECYCLE AND REUSE THEM. ON EARTH GAS BUBBLES DISPERSED IN A LIQUID CAN BE SEPARATED USING GRAVITY-INDUCED BUOYANCY. IN MICROGRAVITY ENVIRONMENT, HOWEVER, OTHER EXTERNAL FORCES MUST BE UTILIZED TO SEPARATE BUBBLES FROM LIQUIDS. ONE EFFECTIVE WAY TO SEPARATE GAS AND LIQUID IS TO USE THE CENTRIFUGAL FORCE. MANY PHASE SEPARATORS DEVICES HAVE BEEN DESIGNED AND INVESTIGATED USING THIS FORCE AND PASSIVE SEPARATOR DEVICES REQUIRING NO MOVING MECHANICAL PARTS AND LOW POWER HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED INTENSIVELY OWING TO THEIR SIMPLICITY AND DEPENDABILITY [1-3]. MCQUILLEN ET AL. IN NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER HAS BEEN DEVELOPING SINCE 1995 THE CASCADE CYCLONIC SEPARATION DEVICE (CSD-C) [4-5]. THIS FREE VORTEX SEPARATOR (FVS) HAS BEEN PROVEN TO BE VERY EFFICIENT FOR MID-RANGE VOID FRACTION (FROM 40 TO 80% OF GAS) WITH AN EFFICIENCY APPROACHING 100%. HOWEVER, THIS FVS IS NOT AS EFFICIENT FOR LOWER VOID FRACTION, AND OUR PRESENTLY BEING DEVELOPED DYNASWIRL HOPES TO ADDRESS EFFECTIVELY THIS ASPECT. IN THE DYNASWIRL THE FLUID IS INTRODUCED IN THE SPACE BETWEEN THE TWO CYLINDERS, AND THE SWIRLING FLOW IS GENERATED INSIDE THE INNER CYLINDER USING TANGENTIAL INLET SLOTS. THIS CONFIGURATION ENABLES GENERATION OF THE VERY HIGH CIRCULATION NECESSARY TO CAVITATE THE VORTEX CORE AND MAKES THE RESULTING GASEOUS/VAPOROUS CORE VERY STABLE EVEN AT LOW FLOW RATES. IN ADDITION, DUE TO ITS SIMPLE GEOMETRY, THE FLOW IN THE VORTEX CHAMBER CAN BE NUMERICALLY INVESTIGATED WITHOUT USE OF COMPLICATED GRIDS. THE MAIN IDEA OF THE DYNASWIRL IS TO COMBINE AND USE SWIRL, CAVITATION, AND RECTIFIED GAS DIFFUSION TO FORCE LOW VOID FRACTION GAS OUT OF THE LIQUID INTO THE CENTRAL CORE OF THE VORTEX. THE DYNASWIRL SEPARATOR WAS SELECTED FOR FUNDING BY NASA IN 2009 THROUGH NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER NNH08ZTT002N, "RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN FLUID PHYSICS", AND OUR EFFORTS TO DATE HAVE SHOWN THAT THE IDEA IS FEASIBLE. WE WERE FORTUNATE TO HAVING BEEN SELECTED SOON AFTER, EARLY IN OUR WORK ON THE CONCEPT, TO DEMONSTRATE OPERATION ON A NASA REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TEST. AS A CONTINUATION OF THE ON-GOING GRANT NUMBER - NNX09AI35G, WE PROPOSE HERE TO PURSUE THESE EFFORTS TO DEVELOP OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS A FULLY OPERATIONAL DYNASWIRL BUBBLE SEPARATOR TO BE TESTED BY NASA ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION (ISS) USING ONE OF THE EXISTING FLUID INTEGRATED RACK FACILITIES.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX11AO76A  
Friday, January 23, 2015
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00178: NSWC DAHLGREN

B: IDC
SEAPORT ENHANCED
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017804D4038  
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
$58,696.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001412C0382  
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
$30,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001412C0382  
Thursday, December 11, 2014
$30,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
EFFECTIVE, LOW POWER, GAS-LIQUID SEPARATION SYSTEMS ARE IMPERATIVE FOR THE OPERATION OF COST-EFFECTIVE TWO-PHASE FLOW SYSTEMS IN SPACE. THE LIMITATIONS ON THE AMOUNT OF LIQUIDS AND GASES CARRIED FOR SPACE EXPERIMENTS MAKE IT IMPERATIVE TO HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO SEPARATE THEM IN ORDER TO RECYCLE AND REUSE THEM. ON EARTH GAS BUBBLES DISPERSED IN A LIQUID CAN BE SEPARATED USING GRAVITY-INDUCED BUOYANCY. IN MICROGRAVITY ENVIRONMENT, HOWEVER, OTHER EXTERNAL FORCES MUST BE UTILIZED TO SEPARATE BUBBLES FROM LIQUIDS. ONE EFFECTIVE WAY TO SEPARATE GAS AND LIQUID IS TO USE THE CENTRIFUGAL FORCE. MANY PHASE SEPARATORS DEVICES HAVE BEEN DESIGNED AND INVESTIGATED USING THIS FORCE AND PASSIVE SEPARATOR DEVICES REQUIRING NO MOVING MECHANICAL PARTS AND LOW POWER HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED INTENSIVELY OWING TO THEIR SIMPLICITY AND DEPENDABILITY [1-3]. MCQUILLEN ET AL. IN NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER HAS BEEN DEVELOPING SINCE 1995 THE CASCADE CYCLONIC SEPARATION DEVICE (CSD-C) [4-5]. THIS FREE VORTEX SEPARATOR (FVS) HAS BEEN PROVEN TO BE VERY EFFICIENT FOR MID-RANGE VOID FRACTION (FROM 40 TO 80% OF GAS) WITH AN EFFICIENCY APPROACHING 100%. HOWEVER, THIS FVS IS NOT AS EFFICIENT FOR LOWER VOID FRACTION, AND OUR PRESENTLY BEING DEVELOPED DYNASWIRL HOPES TO ADDRESS EFFECTIVELY THIS ASPECT. IN THE DYNASWIRL THE FLUID IS INTRODUCED IN THE SPACE BETWEEN THE TWO CYLINDERS, AND THE SWIRLING FLOW IS GENERATED INSIDE THE INNER CYLINDER USING TANGENTIAL INLET SLOTS. THIS CONFIGURATION ENABLES GENERATION OF THE VERY HIGH CIRCULATION NECESSARY TO CAVITATE THE VORTEX CORE AND MAKES THE RESULTING GASEOUS/VAPOROUS CORE VERY STABLE EVEN AT LOW FLOW RATES. IN ADDITION, DUE TO ITS SIMPLE GEOMETRY, THE FLOW IN THE VORTEX CHAMBER CAN BE NUMERICALLY INVESTIGATED WITHOUT USE OF COMPLICATED GRIDS. THE MAIN IDEA OF THE DYNASWIRL IS TO COMBINE AND USE SWIRL, CAVITATION, AND RECTIFIED GAS DIFFUSION TO FORCE LOW VOID FRACTION GAS OUT OF THE LIQUID INTO THE CENTRAL CORE OF THE VORTEX. THE DYNASWIRL SEPARATOR WAS SELECTED FOR FUNDING BY NASA IN 2009 THROUGH NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER NNH08ZTT002N, "RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN FLUID PHYSICS", AND OUR EFFORTS TO DATE HAVE SHOWN THAT THE IDEA IS FEASIBLE. WE WERE FORTUNATE TO HAVING BEEN SELECTED SOON AFTER, EARLY IN OUR WORK ON THE CONCEPT, TO DEMONSTRATE OPERATION ON A NASA REDUCED GRAVITY FLIGHT TEST. AS A CONTINUATION OF THE ON-GOING GRANT NUMBER - NNX09AI35G, WE PROPOSE HERE TO PURSUE THESE EFFORTS TO DEVELOP OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS A FULLY OPERATIONAL DYNASWIRL BUBBLE SEPARATOR TO BE TESTED BY NASA ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION (ISS) USING ONE OF THE EXISTING FLUID INTEGRATED RACK FACILITIES.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX11AO76A  
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
$96,042.00
9700: Department of Defense
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF LONG RANGE BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA) FOR NAVY AND MARINE CORPS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001415C0052  
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
$42,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N00173: NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY

PO Purchase Order
IGF::OT::IGF JET EROSION
AJ43: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: ENGINEERING (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  N0017315P0304  
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
$250,037.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

DCA Definitive Contract
SBIR 2011.2
AD93: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001413C0076  
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
$6,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N00173: NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY

PO Purchase Order
IGF::OT::IGF TESTING
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017314P1780  
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

DCA Definitive Contract
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001411C0482  
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
$24,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N00173: NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY

PO Purchase Order
CAVITATION TEST
9515: PLATE, SHEET, STRIP, FOIL, AND LEAF

  N0017314P1394  
Monday, May 19, 2014
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N00178: NSWC DAHLGREN

IDC Indefinite Delivery Contract
SEAPORT ENHANCED
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017804D4038  
Friday, March 28, 2014
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N65540: NSWC CARDEROCK DET PHILA

PO Purchase Order
IGF::CT::IGF CAVITATING JET TESTING
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N6554014P5025     N6554014T5020  
Friday, March 28, 2014
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N00178: NSWC DAHLGREN

IDC Indefinite Delivery Contract
SEAPORT ENHANCED
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017804D4038  
Monday, January 27, 2014
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

DCA Definitive Contract
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001412C0382  
Thursday, January 16, 2014
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N00174: NSWC INDIAN HEAD EOD TECH DIV

DCA Definitive Contract
OPTION 1, CLIN 0002
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N0017409C0016     N0017409R0012  
Monday, January 13, 2014
$15,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N65540: NSWC CARDEROCK DET PHILA

PO Purchase Order
IGF::CT::IGF CAVITATING JET TESTING
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  N6554014P5025     N6554014T5020  
Thursday, December 19, 2013
$120,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N00014: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

DCA Definitive Contract
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  N0001412C0382  
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
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SBIR 2011.2
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CAVITATION
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IGF::OT::IGF ALLOY STUDY
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Tuesday, August 27, 2013
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DCA Definitive Contract
OPTION 1, CLIN 0002
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Wednesday, July 3, 2013
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DCA Definitive Contract
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DCA Definitive Contract
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PO Purchase Order
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)
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PO Purchase Order
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)
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DCA Definitive Contract
SBIR 2011.2
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