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Definitive Contract - FA930015C2006

OVERVIEW

Original Description
SBIR PHASE II - "INNOVATIVE BURN RESISTANT MATERIAL SYSTEM"
Place of Performance
Jupiter, FL 33458 USA
Pricing
Cost Plus Fixed Fee
Set Aside
Small Business Set Aside - Total (SBA)
Extent Competed
Full And Open Competition After Exclusion Of Sources
Related Opportunity
None

SBIR DETAILS

Research Type
Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) Phase II
Title
Innovative Burn Resistant Material System
Abstract
ABSTRACT: Liquid rocket propulsion systems require the use of high pressure LOX/GOX, and therefore have the need for LOX/ GOX compatible materials. This is especially true with LOX turbopumps which are exposed to or submerged in LOX and exposed to high pressure-high temperature GOX during operation. LOX/GOX compatible materials are also needed for injectors, valves, and oxygen rich turbines. LOX resistant materials, also known as combustion resistant materials, will not burn when in contact with LOX/GOX. Some materials may be compatible only up to a certain pressure level or flow velocity; however, materials that are compatible with LOX/GOX at all pressure and flow velocity levels are needed for use in advanced liquid rocket propulsion systems. Throughout the evolution of the gas turbines, materials with specific benefits have been applied as surface treatments when the material alone does not have sufficient structural strength. This effort proposes the application of a robust burn resistant vitreous enamel coating to components exposed to LOX and high temperature and pressure GOX. Initial testing performed during the SBIR Phase I program established that the coating system could be consistently applied, was tolerant to thermal shock, was microstructural stability over time, and was resistant to ignition events. BENEFIT: Low cost burn resistant coating system for ox-rich staged combustion rocket turbopumps. Due to thermal insulating benefits there is a potential for application as a low cost thermal barrier coating for use in military and commercial aircraft engine, and industrial gas turbines.
Topic Code
AF131-169
Solicitation Number
2013.1
Contact
Lloyd Mazer
(561) 427-6337
LMazer@fttinc.com

STATUS
(Complete)

Period of Performance

4/8/15

Start Date

7/13/17

Current End Date

7/13/17

Potential End Date
100% Complete

Obligations

$698.1K

Total Obligated

$698.1K

Current Award

$698.1K

Potential Award
100% Funded

AWARD RELATIONSHIPS

Definitive Contract

FA930015C2006

Subcontracts

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Definitive Contract

FA930015C2006

Subs

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ACTIVITY TIMELINE

SUBCONTRACT AWARDS

Opportunity Lifecycle

HISTORY

COMPETITION
Solicitation Procedures
Negotiated Proposal/Quote
Number of Offers Received
2
Other Than Full and Open Competition
None
Evaluated Preference
None
Commercial Item Acquisition
Commercial Item Procedures Not Used
Simplified Procedures for Commercial Items
No

OTHER CATEGORIZATIONS

Subcontracting Plan
Plan Not Required
National Interest Action
None
IT Commercial Item Category
Not Applicable
AGENCY DETAIL
Created By
usercw@sa5700.fa9300
Last Modified By
guzman.alvaro.fa9301@us.af.mil
Approved By
guzman.alvaro.fa9301@us.af.mil
Awarding Office
FA9300 FA9300 AFTC PZR
Funding Office
F1SRQ4 F1SRQ4 AFRL RQIL

LEGISLATIVE MANDATES

Clinger-Cohen Act Compliant
No
Construction Wage Rate Requirements
Not Applicable
Labor Standards
Not Applicable
Materials, Supplies, Articles & Equipment
Not Applicable
Last Modified: 7/6/21


PIID: FA9300-15-C-2006