Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division
The Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division is dedicated to research and engineering; test and evaluation; weapons and weapon systems; weapons platform integration; system-of-systems integration; electronic warfare; energetics; survivability/vulnerability/lethality; and modeling and simulation.
Electromagnetic shield enhancement for visible and infrared cameras
Novel approach modifies the transmitted wave around the shield instead of modifying the shield itself
High-energy density fuels
Net heats of combustion 20 percent higher than JP-10 and can be generated from renewable and sustainable alcohol feedstocks
Energy harvesting footwear using solenoids
Placed in the sole of a shoe, this device uses magnetic induction to produce and store energy useful for small electronics
Dynamic Mission Re-planning Tool for ideal placement of...
Display formats aid the electronic warfare aircrew in assessing the effectiveness of a given jamming scheme and assists in projecting an optimum flight path...
High-performance jet and diesel fuels from renewable isoprene
Combination of an oligomerization catalyst with a metathesis catalyst allows for the synthesis of high-density cyclic fuels with performance advantages over conventional petroleum-based fuels
Renewable fuels and lubricants
23 issued US patents; 5 US applications; and 9 international filings
Mechanism for coupling and aligning cylinders
Modular angular alignment clocking mechanism (MAACM) allows the angular position of a guidance kit's control surfaces to be clocked to a desired orientation relative...
Screw-like construction allows for repeated fluctuation between the minimum and maximum inductance
Hydrogen gas generator for balloon deployed communications link
System enables communication from remote canyon areas
Polymer supercapacitor operational to -60 degrees C
Fast charge/discharge polymer batteries and other energy storage devices which operate at MILSPEC ranges (−60 to +60 degrees Celsius)