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.
New aircraft yoke adapter allows easy mount for...
Applicable to military, commercial, and private pilots worldwide
Sustainable, high performance fuels and lubricants
24 issued US patents; 5 US patents pending; and 9 international patent filings enable private industry to license for production, sales
Blast pressure spike gauge
Simple approach to measure the destructive force of a bomb
Imprinting surfaces with carbon nanotubes for solar cell...
Films which are surface imprinted with nanometer-sized particles to produce micro or nano-structured electron and hole collecting interfaces
Optical bomb detection device
Locates exploded or unexploded surface ordnance that may be partially obscured
Semi-aliphatic polycarbonates toughening agents with cyanate ester resins...
Material offers significant improvements in mechanical toughness while maintaining strength, heat resistance, moisture resistance, and other desirable properties
Improved safety bomb casing
Vented base plug allows for a controlled burn of explosive material in the bomb casing and prevents an explosion from occurring in the event...
Brush and forest fire fighting system
Jet engine coupled to a water source and a cooling system douses wildfires
Inertial navigation unit protocol converter
Device translates the ARINC-429 protocol output of an inertial navigation system to the National Marine Electronics Association 0183 protocol
Improved tetrazole-based explosives
Tetrazole based cross-linked and linear polymers provide enhanced energy content, mechanical properties, and safety to the performance of energetic materials
Environmentally friendly TNT
Process utilizes a cyclodehydrative condensation mechanism for making the explosive compound that does not produce unwanted highly toxic nitration isomers